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Waht's in the bag?

post #1 of 88
Thread Starter 

THE THREAD FOR CLEVER HEADPHONE BAG SOLUTIONS

 

1. Hmm...

 

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2. Well...

 

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3. Ah!

 

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4. Right.

 

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Toilet bag ($7) and original foam from Grado pizza box cut and taped. Pockets for 1/4 adapter, cables, pads etc.

 


Edited by MDR30 - 11/4/11 at 2:48pm
post #2 of 88
Thread Starter 

Another one to get you going.

 

1.

 

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2.

 

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3. Ah!

 

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4. Right.

 

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(Sennheiser HD228, CD-case ($5) with pockets removed, foam cut and glued including disc for cable with velcro lock.)


Edited by MDR30 - 12/10/10 at 10:41am
post #3 of 88

I like it!

post #4 of 88

Haha pretty creative. 

post #5 of 88
I like how you go "Ah!" when it's revealed, lol. biggrin.gif

But yes, good ideas!
post #6 of 88

Transformers! Headphones in disguise.

post #7 of 88
Thread Starter 

An all time low.

 

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1. Blimey...

 

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2. Not impressed.

 

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3. Ah!

 

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(Yamaha HP50 orthodynamic, Neutrik plug, PVC bag - no cost, keeps dust away, not shockproof).


Edited by MDR30 - 1/14/11 at 4:00pm
post #8 of 88

This soft case is for my my CPAP's humidifier.  The camel toe padding was meant to be velcro'd to the sides to conform to the humidifier's shape.

 

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Inside: my Yamaha HP-1s

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post #9 of 88

I actually just bought my girlfriend a pair of ATH-ES7 and need to make her something like this so she can take them in her bag to work. Thanks for the idea :)

post #10 of 88
Thread Starter 

Part 5 in this captivating series. Let's move on to headphones that take up more space.

 

1. ?

 

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2. Looks like a beer cooler...

 

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3. My Favorite Martian?

 

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4. Ah!

 

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5. Delightful.

 

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(Sony MDR-F1, SLR camera bag with useful pockets for cord etc $20, foam tube not to crush pads)


Edited by MDR30 - 5/12/11 at 2:54pm
post #11 of 88

Gah I forgot how beautiful the MDR-F1 looks. . .

post #12 of 88

I need a bag for my headphones

post #13 of 88

Hint for the Day...................If you need to cut foam rubber to fit you headphones, something like a Grado Pizza box, Use an electric carving knife. It makes a clean cut without distorting the foam. 

post #14 of 88
Thread Starter 

 

December update: the thread for inventive headphone bag solutions. Here's one for junior.

 

1. Small or large?

 

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2. Pretty small... saddle bag from Toy Story?

 

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3. Mysterious... that Martian again? Antennas seem familiar..

 

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4. Ah! Foldable!

 

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5. Right - junior of the Eggo family.

 

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(Sony D333 with ultra thin spring loaded cord, $10 video camera bag)

post #15 of 88
Thread Starter 

1. Spectacle case?

 

 

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2. Hmm...

 

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3. Aah!

 

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4. Nice and flat for the pocket.

 

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(AKG K420, $2 CD case with pockets removed)

 

The portable headphone I use most frequently. It's compact, sturdy and discreet and the most efficient (sensitive) of all my on-ear portables. Midbass needs to be tamed by 3-4 dbs, and 10 kHz lifted a couple of dBs. It's a bit slow and polite, but always musical. The half open K420 sounds much better than its bigger brother K450 (closed and closed-in with bloated bass) which I also own but seldom use. Bit of a bargain, too: bought it second hand for 14 bucks, soldered a $1 plug on (boy it's a nuisance with those enamelled copper strands!) and added some heat shrink wrap. Altogether $17 for the package.

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