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Old 11-06-2009, 01:31 PM   #231 (permalink)
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The dissection of a Psyko Audio Headset, before prepped for Camo paint

The padded ear cup pads can be popped off with their pivoting bases (grab around the top of the plastic ring and pull it out).









4 screws total, 2 on each side fasten on outter Silver trim piece

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4, screw locations to be removed.







The clear cup cover is easily removed, once the outter trim piece is removed.

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The pads are peeled off. I used a small flat head screw driver to pry up the edge first.



You can peel off the top 5 pads to reveal 5 screws holding on the top Silver cover.







5x 30mm diam. 32 ohm. speakers project sound into your skull

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woah, now that's a nice bit of tech there
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I agree! After the pads are removed, the headset is re-assembled before being masked off before camo paint job. It's easier to apply the camo stencils when it's all assembled without the pads

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Seriously looking forward to see how that set turns out!
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Cool, Thanks for tuning in James!

For tidying up the PSU cables, I'm using the small size PC Cable Clamps, they hold approximately 1" bundle

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Brad sent me progress on the Camo paint on the Pysko Audio head phones. These will look awesome!

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fully sick bro!
He's done a great job with the Camo, the amp cable looks a little flakey though. Might just be the view, I can't see properly from that how it fits in the larger scale of things.
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^ Maybe they taped it up in order not to get any paint on it...looks like tape to me anyway

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