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Re: headphones for fieldrecording and editing

Subject: Re: headphones for fieldrecording and editing
From: Bret <>
Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2004 13:22:33 -0700 (PDT)
--- Mark Griswold <> wrote:
> For the sweaty headphone problem, make a pair of ear cup socks out of
> a
> t shirt. You can use elastic or a drawstring. Cooler in summer,
> warmer
> in winter. Not enough sonic alteration to outweigh the increased
> comfort.

A friend of mine in the air force showed me that you can use a terry
cloth wrist sweat band (like tennis and basketball players use) on the
sony md 7506 (and other) headphones earcups to help with sweat.  Just
wrap it around the ring edge overhanging so that the sweat band is in
contact with your head and ears.

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