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Driver manufacturers and sources for DIY headphones.

post #1 of 6
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The last few days i have been looking in to making my own pair of headphones, and the main problem i have had 'til now is finding proper speakerdrivers.

 

After looking through various forums and sites this is the list of manufacturers/suppliers have found:

- PUI Audio

- CUI Inc

- Kobitone

- Hy-Q

- Malloroy Sonalert

- Tangband speakers

- ICC/Intervox

- RS Components

- Maplin Electronics

- Jameco Valuepro

 

Of the ones above it seems to me that either PUI, CUI, ICC/Intervox or Kobitone are the best candidates. 

Does anyone have any expirence with these brands or know of any others?

Help will be greatly appreciated.

post #2 of 6

Here is a THREAD I made about surplus driver from a supposedly high quality headphones.

 

 

700

The price is attractive, you just hope it is because of the quantity they stock and not proportional to the quality of the driver.

post #3 of 6

On the same search! anyone can confirm a good driver from one of those brands? for custom made headphones?

post #4 of 6

You guys all know that audio technica will sell you the drivers to any headphone they have so long as it is still in production right?

 

I got some AD2000x drivers for 63 bucks for a pair including shipping and tax. 

post #5 of 6

Didnt know that! Awesome

 

But I couldnt fint it anywhere, how can I order some?

 

Thx!

post #6 of 6

call them directly 

 

1 (330) 686-2600 

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