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post #31 of 42

Pics or it didn't happen. 

post #32 of 42
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I don't think those Lego connectors are audio-grade contacts, either. It'd defeat the purpose if you intend to use Shure drivers.
I totally agree. It was a thought experiment. It would, however, be amusing.
post #33 of 42
So how's this project going? Any progress?
post #34 of 42
Thread Starter 
I just need a cord that'll fit (and preferably lock) in the jack, but other than that it went well. Though a chip of my exacto that I was using to remove the glue got stuck on the diaphragm side of the driver. I got it off with plastic tweezers.
post #35 of 42
I hate it when that happens. The magnet in the driver always attracts something, like screws and stuff. I almost punctured the diaphragm with a screwdriver once.

Does it still need to be a Y cable?
post #36 of 42

hurry up :o can't wait to see it

post #37 of 42

If the operation is successful, then it should look like an unmodified Beats Pro! 

post #38 of 42
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If the operation is successful, then it should look like an unmodified Beats Pro! 

 

+1

post #39 of 42
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If the operation is successful, then it should look like an unmodified Beats Pro! 
Of course i mean the drivers swapped wink.gif
post #40 of 42
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I labeled the drivers with sharpie before I swapped them. RB is beats(right) and LS is Shure(left). They are in the picture I posted
post #41 of 42
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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post

I hate it when that happens. The magnet in the driver always attracts something, like screws and stuff. I almost punctured the diaphragm with a screwdriver once.

Does it still need to be a Y cable?
The Beats drivers have six points of contact whereas the Shure drivers have two. Daisy chaining wouldn't work even if I could get the screws out, sadly
post #42 of 42
Did you pay attention to the wiring of the Beats drivers? They actually have two points per each of the three contacts; two for the driver's positive terminal, two for the negative and two points just act as a bridge from the headphone jack to the other channel's positive terminal.

This is only if you've repaired the came going through the headband already.
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