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Headphone Review From my friend (- General)

by Doug In ILL. @, Saturday, March 05, 2016, 15:47 (892 days ago) @ Doug In ILL.

My hunting buddy Joe called today, said he used the set of headphones I gave to him for the first time today! I asked him how he like them and he summed it up in one word "Awesome". He said that the headphones allowed him to here the deeper targets on his AT-Pro with more volume and that they also had a fuller sound! I Kinda of thought he might like them as I liked them on my CTX as well. I've tried 300-ohm, 150-ohm and others as well but these 87-ohm headphones work the best for me on the minelab FBS and now the AT-Pro it seems.
Below is a Photo of the Speakers used in my builds. They are the Mylar speakers above the Audiosears. They measure 54mm on the inside and 56mm on the outside. The Audiosears measure 42mm on the outside.As far a headphone speakers is concerned I like the Larger and efficient drivers for a more Fuller sound. These speakers will be hard to find but worth the effort.
As far as headphone cords, I use cord's removed from military headsets, these are 4-conductor's with a
shield cable. I use 4-conductor 1-shield because The cord is the component that will most likely Fail first,most name brand company's that I know of don't
even warranty there cord at all unless you get a bad one when you first purchase them. On the four conductor one shield cord I solder two wires each to the Ring
and Tip and solder the shield to the sleeve. This give's me another wire on both the tip and ring in case one wire should break and the shield wire is made up from
50 or so strands of wire giving you a signal even if a few break as well..


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