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post #1126 of 2913

Steel108 is that stand on the left is a holder for something (before it became a headphone stand).  I've seen those around on Head-Fi and have always wondered where you can pick something up like that.  What was it built as and where can a person pick one up?

post #1127 of 2913

posted this in the show your headphone rig thread, but figured i'd post it here too:

 

headphones1.JPG

 

2x4 foot 1/4" pegboard, with 4" and 6" hooks and some baskets/tool holders.  total cost of all materials is probably around $60 (with ~40 hooks left over for future expansion/reorganization).  i just got it all together today, so i'm not sure if this is the optimal arrangement, but it's waaay better than before.


Edited by scud80 - 4/16/12 at 10:21pm
post #1128 of 2913

Soooo I'm thinking of making an O2 stand*like the Zebra wood stand* ...what to use, I cannot work wood soooo.

post #1129 of 2913
525

Anyone else?
post #1130 of 2913

IMG-20120417-00462.jpg

 

i just bought that white thing from ace hardware, around 50 cent, its cheap,, but its not long enough, and maybe i will put some foam on that thing

 

IMG-20120417-00464.jpg

 

and that is my headphones hanging,, sorry for the crappy quality photos,i just took it with my handphone


Edited by jacknight - 4/17/12 at 9:06am
post #1131 of 2913

Well the copper stand got a bit of "Spit & Polish".

I didn't care too much for the can spray lacquer... If I build another, I'd get it clear coated at a body shop.

 

Copper Headphone Stand (Polished)

post #1132 of 2913
Quote:
Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Well the copper stand got a bit of "Spit & Polish".
I didn't care too much for the can spray lacquer... If I build another, I'd get it clear coated at a body shop.

OoO that's sexy! just need a little glass shelf to sit the dac / ipod on...
post #1133 of 2913

Thanks sammcj

 

A little glass shelf would be nice, but I've never worked with glass...
 

post #1134 of 2913
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Thanks sammcj

 

A little glass shelf would be nice, but I've never worked with glass...
 


It's actually really easy, best thing to do would to grab a cheap picture frame with the glass pre-cut, if it's not thick enough go visit a local glass dealer and ask for an offcut, they'll probably even size it for you!
post #1135 of 2913

I'll check into an offcut at the glass shop, a piece with a little bit of thickness to it.
 

post #1136 of 2913

 

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Originally Posted by zazz+54321 View Post

Hey, maybe this picture will work:
LL

 

Best one so far. Didn't realize what it was at first, but then I realized that it was a wrench!

post #1137 of 2913
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Best one so far. Didn't realize what it was at first, but then I realized that it was a wrench!


Classic! That's professional as!
post #1138 of 2913

Here are my "stands". 

 

My "Buddha Bank" holding my PX-100s

 

hp1.jpg

 

"Fatso" holding my Apex HP 35s

 

hp2.jpg

 

This is a mic stand headphone holder I picked up for $10 holding my Superlux HD668b

 

hp3.jpg

 

This is "Skully" holding my Incase Reflex

 

hp4.jpg

 

Finally this is a TP holder I picked up for $10 which holds my JVC HA-RX700

 

hp5.jpg

 

 

Cheers,

Dan

post #1139 of 2913

May as well post my stax stand. Had the aluminum bit done at a local welders. The (amateur) leather pad work is mine though.

 


SR-407 stand

post #1140 of 2913

 

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Originally Posted by loligagger View Post

May as well post my stax stand. Had the aluminum bit done at a local welders. The (amateur) leather pad work is mine though.

 


SR-407 stand

That's pretty classy...the cable just adds even more class heh.

 

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