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Khurram Butt


Product designer

Klipsch Image One (II): Replacement Hinge
khurrraam @geoffmarton It is a shame that you lost the pin. You will be better off buying a medium sized safety pin and using a plier to cut it out to make the pin. No one would sell a pin specifically for it. This hinge comes with the two corks for each side to close it so the pin won't fall out either.
khurrraam @waite_kenneth Yes, if you go through the pictures then you will see that the headphones do fold just fine.
khurrraam @spatpat83 Thanks sharing your experience with the installation and I'm glad to hear that you didn't have to throw your favourite headphones away. The whole installation process as you noticed is pretty straightforward, and I'm sure it will help others with your additional explanation. If you can share a picture or two of the headphones that will be great too. And keep enjoying your Klipsch headphones for foreseeable future.
Klipsch Mode M40 & Status: Replacement Headband
khurrraam @fb098a8 I'm sorry about the late reply. I didn't know you had commented. You need to use pliers to pull them out from one end. The pin can only be pulled out from one side which is marked with a slight chip, where as the other side is smooth. I hope this helps. Please feel free to write again if you need.
khurrraam @Maksymilian There is no official way of performing the replacement. You start with removing the rubber part from the bottom on the headband, then, detached the headband connected to the sides (you have to take out the pins), and then, work your way back in putting it together. I basically just followed how carefully, I could disassemble it. The headband was broken anyway so it was sorta easy to know how it is all connected and can be taken apart and put together.
khurrraam @limiusheng You have to copy and paste the URL I wrote as -> fb.com/khurrraam
khurrraam @limiusheng That's the soft rubbery part. Can you get me on FB @ fb.com/khurrraam? We can have a quick chat about this. I might be able to help you out?
khurrraam @limiusheng You can simply order it via Shapeways, and they will print the headband and ship it to you. Then, you can assemble it yourself. You just have to pay attention how you take the headband apart and then, put it back together by following your steps backwards. It is fairly simple but will require you to be vigilant.
khurrraam @fbutkovich Thank you for your interest. To clarify the curve, I would say, the change is only around 15-20%. The standard pressure on Klipsch Mode was fine to start but it used to start hurting after 30 mins or so. That's why I made the slight change inline with Klipsch Status with no changes to the seal. Status had no problems with the pressure as the Mode. You should be fine. A number of people have ordered this, and I haven't heard any negative feedback. I hope this helps.
khurrraam @gohreuben You should order the printout. It works perfectly. Refer to the assembly pictures. Best of luck.
khurrraam @mironyc You should order the printout. It works perfectly. Best of luck.
khurrraam @gohreuben The only reason why I haven't put it on sale right now is because I'm waiting to print and install it myself in person. So that I know that I have done it myself and can be 100% sure (instead of 99%, haha). Unless you would like to order it regardless and share your experience to confirm that it all works? Then, I can enable the sale option for you?
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March 5, 2017


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