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post #316 of 326
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Originally Posted by Modular View Post


I have this stand and am curious: is there any chance that leaving the headphones on there could ruin the clamping force of the headband or squish the pads?

Big headphones, maybe.  Smaller ones, not so much if at all.

post #317 of 326
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Originally Posted by Xoen View Post

Big headphones, maybe.  Smaller ones, not so much if at all.

Thanks. I shiuld have said that I have Beyer dt880s and HiFiMan he400's. Are those considered big?
post #318 of 326
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Originally Posted by Modular View Post

Thanks. I shiuld have said that I have Beyer dt880s and HiFiMan he400's. Are those considered big?
You should be fine anyways. I was at a recent meet and a guy had a similar style stand like yours only it was wood. It had an Audeze LCD-3 on it and looked fine without signs of damage.
post #319 of 326

I need a solution to show off 7 cans of various sizes and am considering several options.

 

Option one, get a mug display rack for the wall https://www.etsy.com/listing/232403830/6-mug-hanging-mug-rack?ref=market 

 

Option two, get a stand alone wall mounted shelf and buy a bunch of omega style headphone stands.

 

Option three, buy a bunch of mannequin heads one for each headphone. Perhaps getting different masks for each or something.

 

Option four, find a series of helmets or something the appropriate size  not to ruin the headphone clamping.

 

For option three I need ideas for types of masks to use or some way of making it unique. Option four I have no clue as to how big they can be before they start to hurt my headphones. 

 

In closing please give me some ideas or your opinions on how I can make a fun and interesting display for my headphones. Thank You Guys

post #320 of 326
well done. no delete button.
Edited by aylmert - 7/3/15 at 11:58pm
post #321 of 326

Here's my latest prototype:

post #322 of 326

Doesn`t it have weight distribution issues when headphones are mounted? 

About pure look design - I would leave base uncut and add some kind of circle which acts as base-weight + cable "organizer".

post #323 of 326

It's just prototype \ layout.
It'll be cutted from 3mm thick metal sheet.
Yes, it already redrawn, without that drop-like cutout in base, and without that holes in upper part, and maybe i'll add a small ledge in base perimeter to keep all cables in place. You just read my mind.

post #324 of 326

Done!
With wire "organizer"!
:)

post #325 of 326

Here is my stand from Eric (WoodWarmth) on Etsy 

 

post #326 of 326

My review of the Woo Audio dual stand:

 

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