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Now, that is a well deserved compliment, congratulations Wachara!

 

 

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Yay!!  Congrats Mr. Chinsettawong!!

 

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I truly admire your fantastic work Chinsettawong....keep it up.:beerchug:

 

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Great stuff! :D

 

Thanks a lot guys!

 

Wachara C.

 

 

 

post #1427 of 1688

Seems the treble rolls a slight bit more on the orpheus clone compared to 009. Is that so, do they have slightly less treble energy? From the measurements, it seems the upper mids on the orpheus clone is slightly more prominent too (1-2kHz).

post #1428 of 1688

I was able to hear these yesterday. I was simply awestruck at what the OP and creator was able to accomplish. I was able to compare the 009 and Orpheus and will be sharing impressions later...

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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

I was able to hear these yesterday. I was simply awestruck at what the OP and creator was able to accomplish. I was able to compare the 009 and Orpheus and will be sharing impressions later...

 

Did you listen to the pair that was with Purk?

post #1430 of 1688

^^ Yes, that was the pair. 

post #1431 of 1688
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Did you listen to the pair that was with Purk?

Yes, Matt dropped by yesterday and we had a great time listening & chatting about gears.  He was super surprised & delighted at the same to hear your headphones out of the DIY T2 & BHSE.  Thanks again P Wachara, your Orpheus clone is truly an amazing headphones.

post #1432 of 1688

Congratulation for these headphone !

 

Did you commercialise them on future ?

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I hope one day I'll get to listen to Wachara's phones smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by Hun7er View Post
 

Congratulation for these headphone !

 

Did you commercialise them on future ?

 

Thanks Hun7er.

 

I have been making headphones purely for fun.  I do not have any plan to sell them at all.  I encourage you to try to build them by yourself.  They can actually be built by a lot of stuffs around you very cheaply too.

post #1435 of 1688
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I hope one day I'll get to listen to Wachara's phones smily_headphones1.gif

 

You're welcome to try them anytime you come to Bangkok.  :jecklinsmile:

post #1436 of 1688

I definitely will plan a trip to Bangkok just to listen to your headphones Wachara. I'll PM you once I manage to get some time off work, probably towards the end of the year :)

post #1437 of 1688
Some wire, metal mesh, a strip of thin copper, cardboard or plastic for spacer material, some Mylar, some coating for the mylar and suitable glue would in principle be enough to make an electrostatic driver.
post #1438 of 1688

You sure make it sound really simple Davidsh....boy am I tempted now :biggrin:

post #1439 of 1688
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Just to make it even simpler to build, you can try food wrap plastic from your kitchen and liquid soap as coating material.  :jecklinsmile:  Food wrap does sound very good too.  :wink_face:

 

I now use a floor cleaner to coat my diaphragm, and it works very, very well. 

 

post #1440 of 1688
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I have posted this video clip before, but let me do it again so that you can hear how good a simple built headphone can sound.  :darthsmile:

 

 

This guy from Thailand took my advice and built his own headphones from something simple to find.  I give him two thumps up.

 

And of course, the food wrap plastic is used here as the diaphragms.

 

Wachara C.


Edited by chinsettawong - 6/23/14 at 9:46am
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