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Turbulent Labs Grado & Beyerdynamic Headbands

Turbulent Labs Grado & Beyerdynamic Headbands

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From Turbulent Labs, these headbands are precision cut from black Italian leather, skillfully constructed, and sewn together using polyester filament threads on Japanese industrial sewing machines. Along with bringing a cool new look to your headphones, they promise lasting durability, and the high-density foam padding offers unparalleled comfort Read More
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BaltyCzar
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Sep 9, 2021
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Nice and Wide
Looks great on my Grado Hemps!
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JAWSQ
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Aug 26, 2021
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Very well made and comfy
This headband made a world of difference when wearing my GRADO. Highly recommended.
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Opoxrapax
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Aug 11, 2021
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Good quality item
Have an old pair of 10 year old DT880's. The replacement of the headband was a necessity at this point. Went for orange to compliment the blue of the cups, looks retro and I love it. This item is not made for the DT880's, but it works well enough.
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topher339
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Aug 7, 2021
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Decent Piece, Didn't Quite Work for My Use Case
The construction is of good quality and it looks good. It is a bit stiff starting out but it gets better. I got these for my Pandas hoping to make up for the complete lack of padding. It's a tight fit but it will go over the band. Unfortunately it is simply too thick and causes the cups to pull my ears up. No rest for my Panda-sore head I guess. I really do regret those headphones...
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BabyGrandpa
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Jul 20, 2021
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Very study, kinda hard but with a bit of wear gets softer and comfier.
It was kinda hard to get on my DT1990, tho that was to be expected since it wasn't mentioned as supported, tho i did get it on and it feels really nice after a bit of time.
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Calvindraht
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May 25, 2021
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Solid!
Worked well! Though keep in mind to apply it to your grados your going to have to pull off one earcup. Some people recommend breaking the plastic, I would recommend first gently wiggling the arm back and forth applying pressure to see if the side comes off. Again, different grados come apart differently, some use glue, some just pop off from my experience. The headband itself is good, but a little stiff. I suspect and hope it loosens up over time, but we will have to see.
rudbear
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May 22, 2021
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Extremely fine, high quality leatherworking and comfort
At this point, I've bought one of each for both Grado and Beyer and I love both styles but the Grado style has proven far more versatile in any headband you can use a hammock style strap with. The Beyer ones will feel less comfortable when you first put them on as all memory foam softens at body temp and both headphones are so light it can be hard to get contact with enough of the leather to soften the cushion.
mochimashu
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Mar 24, 2021
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Very nice material
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Exya
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Mar 18, 2021
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Overwhelmingly impressed
Ultimate luxury comfort... Leaves nothing to be desired, better than the Accessory House Global pad I used before.
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Wickedlistener
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Mar 7, 2021
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Waste of money
No way to take apart Grado sr80e headband as they are glued in. A complete waste of money. Turbulent labs website has no useful instructions for install. Look elsewhere.
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Exya
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Mar 18, 2021
I'm sorry to break it to you, but you just gotta pull really hard on one side. It doesn't feel right, and when you're reinserting it, you might have to use some super glue... Its not actually a fault of this product I'd say, its just one of the costs of the Grado headphones sadly.
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