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Where can i get a headphone box liek those neato Grado or Sennheiser ones?

I`m guessing it would be hard to get them without the headphones.
 
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buy a lot of cigars, smoke them. keep box.
 
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Get leather luggage.

Put headphones inside.......






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Quote:

Originally posted by MuZI
Where can i get a headphone box liek those neato Grado


Well, unless you are referring only to the old RS-1 box, then get cheap cardboard box and foam, cut foam, put headphones inside.....


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You can call Sennheiser for the box.
 
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i think only decent headphones have boxes that are worth keeping....
those R10s... and CD3000s... they have really nice box (or a suitcase should i say ? hehe..)

well, unless you have a plan of selling your cans in the future, then you have to take care of the box whatever its made from... hehe...
 
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You can get a hardcase from a professional camera shop and remove the foam inserts to fit the headphones.
 
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but some full sized headphones are huge... will they fit in camera cases ?
 
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Quote:

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but some full sized headphones are huge... will they fit in camera cases ?


Yes, the cases come in many sizes.
 
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must cost a fortune... maybe more than the headphone itself, hehe...
 
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Headroom makes this neato headphone case I'm considering for travel with my Grados.
 
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You can carry nice camera aluminium cases under $100 by Hakuba. This will attract some unwanted attention at the airports, but it looks cool and solid.
Go to www.bhphotovideo.com for general ref.
Then start froogle.
 
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Best cases are made by Pelican. They are made of tough plastic and can be filled with foam for the protection of your headphones, they feature a pressure regulated valve, and are submerssible in water. Also it has a lifetime warranty.
 
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