My DIY electrostatic headphones

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  1. chinsettawong
    I had a chance to meet with friends who own Stax headphones.  Using that opportunity, I took some measurements of different models.  Among them is the Omega 2.  I had finished making the drawing and will cut out all the parts to try.  I think it will be a fun project.  :)
     
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    What do you think?
     
    Wachara C.
     
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  2. chinsettawong
    I had a chance to meet with friends who own Stax headphones.  Using that opportunity, I took some measurements of different models.  Among them is the Omega 2.  I had finished making the drawing and will cut out all the parts to try.  I think it will be a fun project.  :)
     
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    What do you think?
     
    Wachara C.
     
  3. spritzer
    Looks good. 
     
  4. tohenk2


    WOW!
    That well and truly does look lovely.
     
     
     
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    Thanks Spritzer.  I'll go ahead and make them then.
     
    Wachara C.
     
  6. chinsettawong
    I've got some free time this afternoon and these are what I have achieved today.
     
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    As for the male connector, I found these metal rods exactly like what are used on Stax's.  With my CNC, I cut the top part using a 5 mm plastic sheet, and I use a small piece of PVC pipe as the body.  It turns out quite nice.  :)
     
     
    Wachara C.
     
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  7. spritzer
    I like the Stax connector.  We do something similar for the sockets, copper pins from China and a CNC cut teflon body.  
     
  8. chinsettawong
    Hi Spritzer,
     
    That's a good idea with female sockets.  :)
     
    Wachara C.
     
  9. pabbi1 Contributor
    Like this.
     
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  10. chinsettawong
    Hi Pabbi1,
     
    Those are really nice looking sockets.  If I can find the pins, they should be very easy to make.  Thanks for sharing.
     
    Wachara C.
     
     
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  13. pabbi1 Contributor
    The above are compliments of luvdunhill, and Kerry has also made some as well. The .75" teflon rod makes a perfect barrel.
     
  14. chinsettawong
    Hi Pabbi1,
     
    Thanks for your information.  I'll go ahead and order those socket pins.
     
    Wachara C.
     
  15. chinsettawong
    I finished cutting my spacers today. 
     
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    The new stators are so much smaller than my first version. 
     
    Wachara C.
     
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