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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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BigTipper
46
May 16, 2021
I saw this and said Yess this is the wrist rest I have been looking for.. and then I see the word headband and now I’m bummed. Looks nice tho
Anyone have a pic with the tangerine variant?
Dewbie10
1
Jan 16, 2021
would the DT version fit the DT 880 premium aswell? thanks!
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ragonfab
38
Jan 19, 2021
Dewbie10Yes, but you will have to disassemble the headband adjustment sliders and remove the silver metal pieces from them. If you have the limited edition black version then you wont have to do that.
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MagnusXMX
0
Jan 15, 2021
Would the Grado XL headband fit the Linsoul BLON BL-30?
HowardC
45
Jan 15, 2021
Anyone know if these would fit the Drop Panda headphones?
g0ldl10n
121
Jan 19, 2021
HowardCI think someone would get quite a bit of sales if they created a headband specifically for the Pandas - just maybe not enough to take the venture
Frogmeat
558
Jan 15, 2021
Unless your headband fell apart, why would you need this for any of the Beyer DT line, or the T90, Amiron or T1?? Like them or not, the one thing they are not is uncomfortable.
SchmittAB
0
Jan 14, 2021
Would it kill these companies to have a vegan version? Damn.
RayF
22293
Jan 13, 2021
Does anyone imagine that in the world of mid to relatively high-end headphone manufacturers that there exists any effort to design a set of cans without concern for end-user comfort, such that adding another ten-dollar (at cost) comfort enhancing doo-hickey couldn't make it into the final build? And what makes anyone think this particular forty-dollar doo-hickey will accomplish what the OEM manufacturer couldn't? I think this is the kind of the equivalent of putting one of those fancy BMW license plate holders on one's BMW, and expecting it to go faster and drive better. And speaking as a person who has done so, I can tell you, neither was the case ;- )
vylliki
4
Sep 29, 2021
Lighten up Francis.
RayF
22293
Sep 29, 2021
vylliki Piss up a rope, Vicki.
Xnightcrawl
192
Jan 13, 2021
Has anyone tried to install this band on the Panda?
HowardC
45
Jan 15, 2021
Because they are the least comfortable pair of headphones I own, but I otherwise enjoy listening to them.
RayF
22293
Jan 15, 2021
HowardC Illustrates the pitfalls of buying stuff online that one can't easily or conveniently return (which probably includes this headband as well). I hope you've discussed the comfort issue in your Panda review so others are made aware of the issue? Anyway, good luck and hope this turns out to be the fix.
rudbear
185
Nov 6, 2020
If anyone is interested in letting their Beyer DT version go, I'd be down to pick it up. I forgot to pick one up with the Grados.
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