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Need a new pair of speakers? Got a pair of old head phones(not in-ear) and two plastic bubbles from that arcade trip last weekend? If so why not ...
Materials: 2 Plastic Bubbles(see image below if you don't know what I mean) An old pair of headphones you don't want anymore(not in-ear) Tools: Dremel or other rotary ...
Take your dremel and saw off the head band part of the head phones leaving just two speakers.
Test to make sure your newly cut speakers fit in the bubbles then, using your dremel, cut a small notch for the wire to protrude from.
Start by placing the speakers in the bubbles the place a layer of hot glue around the edges to secure the in place. Let the glue dry. And ...
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