Make $600 3D Printed Headphones For $200!

173,640 views
  • 6 months ago
  • 7.4K
  • 234

The best headphones for $150? Yeah, we'd say so...
Try Privacy and get $5 free - http://privacy.com/snazzy

-PARTS-
Buy Fostex T50RP - https://geni.us/KBO5g
4-pin Female Hi-Rose - http://snazzy.fm/qJh0I
Buy pre-made cable (cheaper on eBay (search "MrSpeakers cable")) - http://snazzy.fm/axI3W
4-pin Male Hi-Rose (if making cable) - http://snazzy.fm/UVCe5

-PROJECT FILES-
Open Alpha project - http://snazzy.fm/q1BBH
Foam stencils - http://snazzy.fm/SyijZ
Assembly PDFs - http://snazzy.fm/l429r

Follow me on Twitter - http://twitter.com/snazzyq
Follow me on Instagram - http://instagram.com/snazzyq

The Hi-Fi audio world is filled with a lot of snake oil and a lot of companies say you need a lot more equipment than you really do. But every once in a while, you dig around on forums and find a gem. The MrSpeakers Alpha Dog headphones took the world by storm about 5 years ago getting tons of praise from audiophile review websites around the web. The MrSpeakers headphones were a Fostex T50RP mod. Years later, as a thank you to the community, MrSpeakers released the STL files so that DIY enthusiasts could make their own with a 3D printer, a little patience, and a couple hours. You can build everything for less than $200 and they sound amazing for the price.