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Pioneer TRE-D800 Headphones. Need plastic part that holds left earcup. Easy to replace but I can't find anyone selling the part.

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It may very well be fabrication time. I will assume that you no longer have the original piece and that you just need something to support the driver. Your best bet is to find someone who can make a reasonable facsimile of a bracket to fit the need...accordianman

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