My name is Prince Dzuckey. I am a boy of Takoradi Technical Institute, Takoradi, Ghana. I like making projects on my own. I made my own headphones. Here are the steps:
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Step 1: Gather your tools and materials .

(2)Soldering iron
(3)Side cutter
(4)Wire stripper

(1) Flexible wires
(2) Strong Cable
(3) Ear phone pin
(5)A piece of foam
(6)Lid of bottles(2)

Step 2: Remove the Lid.

Remove the lids from the bottles.

Step 3: Make holes

Make holes inside the lids.

Step 4: Make a headband.

Put the cable on your head and bend it to make the shape of the head phone. If the hole in
the lid is small you can remove the ends of the insulation.

Step 5: Connect the wire around the cable.

Put the cable through the hole in the lids and bend it at the back of the lids. Wrap the wire around the cable.

Step 6: Connect the wire to the speakers.

Connect the wires to the speakers and to the ear phone pin.

Step 7: Finish.

Put the speakers inside the lids and use the foam to cover them. Put glue around the lids and attach the foam.
written by Prince Dzuckey.

You can e-mail me for more information
Okufire6 months ago

Thats nice. A mono headphone. May be you should try stereo next time. Good kid.

muhzin10 months ago

great job bud....

secretpower2 years ago
If you could only be able to create a cover for it out of acrylic or something, then you can start selling headphones of high quality! :P
Clever! I cannot believe you actually made functioning headphones out of the kind of junk EVERYONE has lying around. Good work!
Warlrosity3 years ago
shannonlove3 years ago
Somebody should track this kid down and hire him. He must be college age or better now.
 HOW?!?! With the soldering iron?
Awww...I liked the way you bent it over your head.. cute! :)
roey7 years ago
Excellent work Prince. I was wondering if there are any other folks from Africa, any other developing regions, posting on instructables. I've been spending a lot of time in Uganda and Guatemala and the things I saw people building in both countries was absolutely astounding. Everything from pedal powered water pumps, to home made welders. I would imagine the only thing keeping them from instructables is the cost of a high speed internet connection. Do you have any ideas of how we could help facilitate more of these postings?
joylob7 years ago
khromes8 years ago
what kind of quality do you get from those headphones?
Robb8 years ago
grat idea exept the mono thing so easy to avoid, why mono?
robotguy48 years ago
gizmogal8 years ago
mrbob10008 years ago
wow that could catch on (you know coustom fitted headphones)
nolanc008 years ago
Talk about a boj job.
lisarea8 years ago
What a great project. Bottle lids! I like the way you think.
iman8 years ago
I wonder if you can start designer headphone line. Neal Saferstein
brob8 years ago
Excellent work man. Hope to see more from you and your classmates.
trebuchet038 years ago
Scuweeet! Nice work :P
Dude! That is pretty cool. Good job!
iman8 years ago
thats friggin sweet man!
mikesty8 years ago
Talk about McGyver!