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Upgrade your cheap headphones for a $300 sound (without the $300 price tag)

headphone hack Upgrade your cheap headphones for a $300 sound (without the $300 price tag)

I’m no audiophile, but I can appreciate the difference between a pair good headphones, and ones found in the dollar bin. Of course, if you really do want the best sound out there, you have to shell out the bigh bucks, right? Not if you know what you’re doing. In fact, you can turn a pair of $30 knock-off headphones into something that sounds like it would cost 10 times as much.

This DIY project is for those out there who crave the best sound, but have a tight budget. The overall cost is going to be around $70, but you should get a sound that you won’t find for that price. What you’re essentially doing is replacing the drivers from the headphones with a set that you would find in a pair of $300 cans. Seeing how easy it is to upgrade your own headphones, it makes you wonder why others cost so much.

 Upgrade your cheap headphones for a $300 sound (without the $300 price tag)

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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