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Is there a way to make my Beats Studio Headphones less tight?

post #1 of 5
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So, i just got them, and after trying it out for a day, they're really tight, and my ears ache after some time, and i have to keep taking them off. And especially since i wear glasses, it really digs a mark in my head, and also on the earcups' padding thingy. What i'm asking, is there a way to make them less tight? Like a way to adjust them? Thanks.

post #2 of 5

Find an object (stack of books, speaker, etc.) that's a similar size to your head and let them stretch out for a bit.  Or just return them and find more comfortable headphones with a lower price and better sound quality.

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

Well, thanks. I'm just afraid it'll damage them. And yeah, i know, Beats aren't exactly good at all. I already knew that when i bought 'em, still, i like them. Are there any other ways, though?

 

post #4 of 5

Not unless you find a way to stretch plastic

post #5 of 5

heat up a bowl of water and get it at around 75-85 degress cels (pretty hot, but not all the way upto boiling)

make sure you're wearing gloves and dip a small soft towel in them, keep them soaked for a bit. 

drape the electronic parts pf the headphones (and holes and the cans) with plastic or electric tape

stretch the headphones over a few books and wrap the hot towel around the headband, right around the middle and nowhere else.

the heat should make the plastic more flexible without damaging it - just make sure it isn't hotter than 85 degrees.

keep them this way for a few hours and they should be fine.

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