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+[* black] Like on the Sonys, these ear cushions clip to their cup housing. With a little spudger persuasion, they are free—effective, if not as elegant as the AirPods.
+[* black] Unlike the Sonys and the AirPods, the cloth liner over each speaker grille doesn't come up with the ear cushion. The L and R marked liners are slightly glued down, making them annoying to peel off without ripping.
+[* black] Under the liner, Torx security screws guard the entrance to each ear cup.
+[* black] Both cups hold a mess of wires—but the right one, home to the main circuit board, is truly tangled.
+ [* black] On that circuit board lives a Qualcomm [https://www.qualcomm.com/products/csra68105|CSRA68105 Bluetooth audio SoC|new_window=true]. Here are some full-res images of that board, if you want to do more sleuthing: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/sv1FIQhKRbHD3Bos.full|front|new_window=true], [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/GJkm3jCat5RYrW4r.full|back|new_window=true].

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