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Is there any way to make headphones tighter?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I recently bought a pair of new gaming headphones but they are really loose on my head, is there anyway to tighten them up so they fit more snuggly on my head?


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What kind of headphones?


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That is entirely dependent on the specific model of headphones you are using, and you haven't told us that.


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duct tape it tight around your head.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

it's a corsair void pro


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Step 1: Put the tip of your thumb in your mouth

Step 2: Use your lips to form a tight seal around your thumb

Step 3: Blow real hard until your head inflates to the required size

Step 4: ???

Step 5: Profit!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

well i'm already fat (70 kg) so yeah


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18 minutes ago, 6thOntheLeft said:

well i'm already fat (70 kg) so yeah

You aren't fat dude, I have some a pair of Voids aswell and they are loosey goosey. 


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It's way harder to make a pair of headphones that are already loose on your head tighter (these aren't those AT 3D wing headphones after all). If you don't feel comfortable wearing them, get something else, especially if you're gaming with them for long periods of time.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

ah


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