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indeed they would be quite cost and power efficient as well as great in the sound department, they also have decent imaging capabilities making them effective for game immersion (which is what the oculus is trying to provide).

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I finally put up my post about the headphones I'm chopping up, so I can get back to this.  I think there is a good chance the oculus is going to be a big thing in gaming, so I though I'd post what little I looked at.  There are a lot of ski goggle attachments, as has been posted already (like this: http://i.ebayimg.com/t/Von-Zipper-Dojo-Goggles-Skullcandy-Skullcrusher-Headphones-ski-snow-NEW-160-/00/s/NDM2WDQ0Nw==/$%28KGrHqQOKjoE6WIlI-w,BOv1Sm4Mgw~~60_35.JPG ).

 

If you want something that is more part of the package, you could use one of the headband camera mounts (like: http://cms.arscolor.com/storage/sito155/basetta.jpg ), and attach a simple hing with some mechanical resistance; tight enough to stay where you set it.  Then throw on the ksc-75 at the other end of the hinge.  Just have the mount clip in front of the ear so the hing holds the driver against the ear at a more natural angle.  That's about as simple an answer as I can come up with.  Anyhow, good luck with the oculus.

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