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DIY Earbuds

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  1. Merlin-PT
    WoodyLuvr, rahmish, DBaldock9 and 3 others like this.
  2. JackFlash
    Shorter looks great.
     
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  3. HungryPanda
    My latest creation with mmcx connectors. 32 ohm carbon drivers

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  4. DBaldock9
    @HungryPanda - Have you tried this $18.50 back shell, from Chitty's Store?
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  6. DBaldock9
    I've found out that the silicone insulated wire that I used for those earbuds, can't take the stress of being used by active boys.
    Where the wires come out of the connector & heat shrink - the copper wires broke, inside the flexible insulation.

    I've replaced the earbuds - using pre-assembled cables from AliExpress (which include Mic/Remote phone controls), these drivers [ https://www.aliexpress.com/item/DIY...headphone-speaker-Heavy-bass/32325458276.html ], and some more of the modified MX500 shells.
     
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  7. viatraco
    Is PK1 red film driver is better than transparent ? Isn't it too bass muddy ?
     
  8. spikyfugu
    I just built a custom one with pk1 red film. Sounds great and crisp for mids and highs. Sound stage is also quite good. Bass is a bit on the weak side when not EQ but I was playing around with PowerAmp and my LG G7 with QuadDac Hifi on with 50% more bass on EQ and it came alive. Maybe I need to somehow tune the bass on the shell.
     
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  10. HungryPanda
    I tried David but ended up not using them, treble is piercing with very little bass
     
  11. HungryPanda
    My latest little creation, I got the earbuds for £0.90 but there was no left channel. The problem was with the cable but desoldering the cheap drivers destroyed them. I recabled the shells and used some 32 ohm "sweet vocal" drivers I had. Now they sound rather good.

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  12. DBaldock9
    That's a really tiny looking shell.
    I wonder whether a "Subwoofer" driver would be able to generate some usable low Bass?
     
  13. HungryPanda
    I'm getting great bass from these
     
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  14. Jsingh4
    Guys According to you which are the best 14.8mm and 15.4mm drivers available.
     
  15. HungryPanda
    Depends what sound you want. 14.8mm pk1 or pk2 are best. 15.4 mm I have used so many different ones
     
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