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post #46 of 65

@ OP. When I still had my HD 201's before I gave them to my friend, I was looking around for a fluffy pair of earpads that could fit them for the longest time. haha

post #47 of 65

How many Geefles did you have to brutally murder to make that? You horrible person. 

 

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post #48 of 65
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Originally Posted by Anigma View Post

Looks really good :) But WARM :D



Too warm in fact


Edited by GoldiLocks - 3/5/12 at 9:03am
post #49 of 65

Hey, I'm heading to store to get fabric today, but have a question.  In the picture below, do both the left and right sides of each get sewn?

 

 

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Edited by Nallows - 3/9/12 at 10:38pm
post #50 of 65

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Thanks for the guide I ad to modify it a lil bit because I didn't have the old earpads but it turned a crappy pair of headphones into a decent Xbox headset

post #51 of 65

 

I seem to be doing something wrong.  In this picture, is the bottom supposed to be stitched just like the top?

 

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post #52 of 65

Anyone able to assist? :(

post #53 of 65
No that isn't stitched, when you fold the fabric in half and stich, you then make like a little roll like your folding socks
post #54 of 65

Yea I figured it out, I'll have to post pics when I get a chance. Ty.

post #55 of 65

Didn't wanted to buy L-cushes for my Grado. So I made those :

 

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Unfortunately, they don't sound as good as L-cushes would.

post #56 of 65
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Originally Posted by Oeufdepoire View Post

Didn't wanted to buy L-cushes for my Grado. So I made those :

 

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Unfortunately, they don't sound as good as L-cushes would.

What kind of material is that? It looks like some type of foam, right?  I'm curious where you got them cause I want to try to make a set maybe.
 

 


Edited by Nallows - 3/20/12 at 11:31am
post #57 of 65

Yes, it's some random foam I cut and glued on carboard. But they sound awful. Really.

post #58 of 65

Thought I'd get in on the fun.

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post #59 of 65

This is nice , but i am worry about how it will affect the sound

post #60 of 65

1st try and 1st fail :)

 

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