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    Can anyone tell me if these will fit on someone who has a small head?
    I have no stores by me to try them out or anything.
    I am thinking of getting these but not sure if they would just flop off my head.

    Thanks

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    There is a joke in there somewhere about DJ's and big heads, I am sure of it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JoBushwick View Post
    Can anyone tell me if these will fit on someone who has a small head?
    I have no stores by me to try them out or anything.
    I am thinking of getting these but not sure if they would just flop off my head.

    Thanks
    Honestly, it's risky. I don't consider having a small head and still, they tend to flop of my head easily. Hope you saw this message on time.

    Or maybe if it's too late, what you can do is bend the thing that's on the top of your head (i don't know how that's called, the thing between the cups), so you bend it using books or whatever, for several hours, it will make the headphones more fitted to your head.
    Not sure it will work on a long-term though.

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    Yeah I have a small head and finding headphones that work for me seems hard. Headphones are either too heavy or too big.

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    So..I am have a small head- 6 3/8 hat size.

    Can someone recommend some cans ?
    I am looking at -
    Pioneers 1000
    AIAIA TMA-1
    Ultrasone DJ1
    Maybe Sennheiser but I dunno

    Remember I have a small head and know Allen and Heath cans will not fit me.

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    http://stores.guitarcenter.com/Brooklyn

    You should be able to try on headphones there.
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    The don't sell AIAIAI brand there.
    I will check what they have just wanted a heads up on what brands might be something to check out.

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    I just bought some tma1s, literally a day ago.

    I have a small head, and on the best "setting" of the headband i get little clamping force, but just enough that the sound isolation is ok for travelling, and they only slip off if i lean right forward quickly.

    Been wrapping the cord around the band overnight to try and squeeze it a bit tighter, working a bit.

    For djing they are fine, since i press the cup on with my hand when cueing anyway (1 ear).

    And they do sound beautiful.

    Only headphones ive found that clamp to my head are sennheisers, cheaper ones like hd 215s etc. and then i find them uncomfortable.

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    And I know they are lightweight which is good.
    I am going to try this store in my hood and see if they have any open boxes.
    I live by Pro Audio Star.

    Having a small head sucks for hats, helmets, and cans....blech.

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