I picked some Superlux HD681 EVO and in all honesty think, for the money, they're great. Sadly the headband snapped after 6-7 months worth of use but they're still too good to throw away!!! I ended up picking up some replacements to tide me over but I'm after repairing the EVOs.
I've seen a few other people who have repaired them but they've not been too descriptive on exactly how they've done it!
Has anyone here given it a go? Do you have any ideas on how I could do the repair?
I was ready to ship my headphones to warranty, but i also had in mind that the problem would occur again as the headband material is not that flexible and would eventually crack again.
I just took out the headband and searched for an old nylon strap from a backpack. In about 10 minutes i had copied the design of the headband into the nylon strap and cut it. After placing the nylon headband all i can say is that i never had this comfort with the old one. Just be sure to use a lighter and flame all incisions. I love my new headband....and i can change colors if i want to.
P.S. I know this is a reply to an old post, but maybe someone else will find this useful.