I set out to correct this problem.
This is the natural solution.
Sockphones are socks that are headphones. The sound quality isn't the best, but they are very comfortable.
Sockphones can be made with all variations of socks and can also be made of every material, in every assortment of colors and in all sizes. They can use any form of two-speaker headphone solution.
The combinations are out of this world!
Step 1: Go get stuff.
2 - Telephone handsets (old-style with the round covers)
1 - Metal coat hanger
1 - Pair of tube-type shoe laces
1 - Pair of socks (new or otherwise)
1 - PC Board Grid-Style (Radioshack 276-150)
1 - 9V Battery holder
1 - Tiny DPDT slide switch (www.goldmine-elec.com - Part #G1827)
1 - LM386 audio amp
2 - 10uF electrolytic capacitors
1 - 0.022 ceramic disk capacitor
1 - 0.1 polyester film capacitor
1 - 1K ohm resistor
1 - Mono plug
1 - 7" zipper (color to match sock)
1 - Grommet (large enough to pass through two wires and a pair of shoe laces)
1 - plastic ring (larger than grommet opening)
1 - a whole bunch of pillow stuffing
1 - Spool of thread (to match sock)
- Soldering iron
- Hot glue gun
- Black marker
- Heavy duty wire cutter (for coat hanger)
- Flat head screwdriver
- Grommet tool
- Sewing needle
- Sewing machine (optional)
- Safety pins
Step 2: Collect the speakers.
Once marked, disconnect the speaker.
Repeat with the other handset.