You just broke your favorite pair of headphones and you don't feel like buying a new pair allready? Well that's just what happened to me. A few days ago I found out that someone accidentaly broke my Sennheiser hd201. Where I live (Belgium) these headphones cost €30 in store, wich is about 43.5$, so I decided not to buy a new pair. Instead I tried repairing my broken headphones.
This repair shouldn't take longer than 15 minutes. (That is if you allready have the parts)
Step 1: The parts
I used a steel Meccano grinder/strip with 6 holes.
2 Meccano Bolts
2 Meccano Nuts
The tools I used were the standard Meccano screwdriver and wrench, a knive, a screwdriver and a drill.