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Fixing beat headphones that break near the extension joint

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Simple hack... Piece of aluminum, (4) 1/8"x1/8" rivets. Resolves all broked headphones

Cut a small piece of aluminum less than the thickness of your headphones. Then bend in a vice slightly till you reach your deisired bend.

Cener and drill 1/8" holes in alumionum and headphones to match.

Rivet the plate to the headphones.

Bend to desired fit

Enjoy some music.

  • 8 × 1/8" x 1/8" aluminum rivet basic rivet
  • 2 × 1/2" - 3/4" x 1/8" thich x 3" long aluminum plate Bend to normal curve of headphones (tweak to your preference).

  • This is what it is all about

    BDM12/20/2014 at 04:29 0 comments

    Older boys have some beat headphones which have not lived up to daily use. One set has broken in the same spot on both sides so he needed an ASAP fix. The main problem for me is he does not know how to resolve this himself so I showed him one way to resolve the issue. When he finished drilling and riveting he loved the new look and loved the fact he could make them fit tighter to his head.

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    Cut a small piece of aluminum less than the thickness of your headphones. Then bend in a vice slightly till you reach your deisred bend.

    Cener and drill 1/8" holes in alumionum and headphones to match.

    Rivet the plate to the headphones.

    Bend to desired fit

    Enjoy some music.

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seilerjacinda925 wrote 11/19/2019 at 16:06 point

Hi

Nice to meet you after viewing your profile i am Jacinda, from (jakarta) indonesia,

i have a project discussion with you please email me on: (jacinda.seiler@yahoo.com)

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