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Thanks guys, I've managed to get some from Vibro Labs some time ago. Good stuff. I'll be selling them though soon so look out on the classifieds if you want a cheap pair (went with different headphones).

post #32 of 37

what is most use wood to make woody cup for grado and other headphone types of headphone. 

post #33 of 37
I see mahogany wherever I look for the most part, but also a fair amount of paduak. I personally love the ones made with mysterious chunks folks find in their sheds, etc. I want to do that myself sometime.
post #34 of 37
People say that cocobolo is best for sound
post #35 of 37

TurbulentLabs sell cups 

http://turbulentlabs.com/

 

Gamja Labs cups too.

http://headphoneku.com/detail/wooden-housing-30009.html

 

I'm finishing a few headbands, hope I cpuld sell them :-)

post #36 of 37

I know a local guy who's enjoying turning cups...its not his day job, so he's usually happy to throw out a pair for pretty cheap when he has time. He has a healthy stock of Paduak, Maple, and a few exotics like African Blackwood and Lignum Vitae. I posted some pics of huis stuff in the Grado mods thread:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/119314/post-your-grado-mods/4515

post #37 of 37

Who still makes them ?!

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