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Headphone Drivers ?

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Hey everyone i want to make my own Headphones but where can i buy some Headphone Drivers thanks for any help as i love making things and making my own headphones would be fun, i know i can just take some drivers out of headphones but was just wondering if i can just buy the Drivers somewhere ^_^

Thanks heaps

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i just found some drivers

http://www.hy-q.com.au/audio/speakers.htm

would these be good for  headphones or even mini speakers ?

post #3 of 5
A popular choice for drivers is the Koss KSC75, they're fairly basic and (from what I understand) relatively easy to dismantle. Grados are also a popular source of drivers. Finally, the Fostex T50 is a popular choice to customize from the ground up (there's a BIG thread on this; it's called something like "I just heard some T50s Today!"). None of these are terribly expensive unless you decide you want to rip apart a pair of PS1000s.
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Originally Posted by obobskivich View Post

A popular choice for drivers is the Koss KSC75, they're fairly basic and (from what I understand) relatively easy to dismantle. Grados are also a popular source of drivers. Finally, the Fostex T50 is a popular choice to customize from the ground up (there's a BIG thread on this; it's called something like "I just heard some T50s Today!"). None of these are terribly expensive unless you decide you want to rip apart a pair of PS1000s.


Thanks heaps for the help just another quick thing know of any Great mini speaker Drivers.

post #5 of 5

There is also the Magnum v4 drivers (costing 120 dollars) from Rhydon, which could be more practical than buying a Grado and dismantling it only for its drivers. Also the Magnums should garner considerably more SQ to your project than the equivalent-value Grado headphone's drivers.

 

But drivers in the KSC75 have the best performance for the price that you can get, so it's a good point to start also!

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