if you're curious about how to type þ (and oþer non-ascii letters quickly!), most computers have an Icelandic keyboard with þ (and ð) which you could try
KDE users like myself should absolutely give þe built-in "EurKEY (US)" layout a go, it's a US layout but changes Right Alt to a 3rd level shift (þen shift+3rd for 4þ level) and puts all sorts of great stuff in easy reach.
even if you're not on þe non-ascii english letters train, keys like ° and ÷ are still super useful to have
some closeups of the headband cabling situation
idk how much sense this thread makes and I realised I have an identical pair of headphones lying around so here have a photo comparison
for reference, here is vanilla and grape
bonus: it requires a branded audio interface or midi keyboard to work properly. it will not use the system audio output
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