This might just be the most simple project I have ever posted on instructables. And yet so practical. Instead of buying expensive strong magnets you can get them for free! Just keep on reading.
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Step 1: You Will Need:
- an old headset
Step 2: Gutting In
We will try to find ways to get in to the headset without ruining it. But if you have had a bad day, just rip off that plastic and throw it to the ground, then angrily stepping on it. If not, just follow on. To start with, we can take of the squishy foam thingies that make it more comfortable to wear. When you have taken that off, look for some small screws or something that holds the plate to the rest of the headset. In my case it was three things that I just pushed inwards against the middle and then removed the plate.
Step 3: We Can See the Magnet!
That brass colored thing in the middle of the plate, contains the magnet. If you are unsure of what part is the magnet, test it out with an other magnet or something made out of metal. Use some muscles and drag the whole speaker off.
Step 4: The Finishing Step
If you see a black thing that has got some coil wrapped around it, it is probably the magnet. Do as I did in this picture and press on the magnet. if it doesn´t come out you can use tools for hammering it out (This did not happen to me, and will probably not happen to you). Repeat this for the other speaker. And there it lays. An OK sized and strong magnet, just waiting to be used for your awesome projects. And please, have some fun.
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