Introduction: How Replicate "BOSE" Legendary Headphones for $30

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In this progect I am going to show you how to make your own headphones that are just as good if not better than "BOSE" noise canceling headphones for $30.

Step 1: What You Need.

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Step 2: Puting It All Togther

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Attach your headphones into the muffs.  My ear muffs had a plastic ridge that I sliped the headphones behind so I didn't have to use tape.

Step 3: Try It Out

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These work great!

Comments

thingygoboom (author)2010-12-20

I use these all the time when working, but two things.
A. One thing I've found is that when I pull the speaker bits out of headphones they break pretty quickly and no one's happy, so I remedied that by better protecting the newly exposed wires.
B. If you've ever had the chance to put the Bose headphones on, they feel and sound like heaven. They not only have insanely high quality speakers outfitted in them, but they actively cut out other noise with this nutty little dampener.

BUT! I totally love this.

jj.inc (author)thingygoboom2010-12-20

Yea, these are not quite as good. Bose actually plays a counter sound so that it counters it and makes it inaudible.

timheppner (author)2010-02-23

I must say, this looks a lot like an already published instructable.

https://www.instructables.com/id/Jackhammer-Headphones/

jj.inc (author)timheppner2010-02-23

Darn I thought I was the only one, but thanks for notifying me

denona (author)2010-02-22

nice i have always wanted to do this this is just like kipkays

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