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post #1141 of 3029

 

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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

 

Out of curiosity, what headphones are those?

post #1142 of 3029

They're Stax Lambda's (electrostat's).  From the color, I'd wager a guess to 407's.  

post #1143 of 3029

Not exactly DIY, but I combined the Rubbermaid hose hook & the Sennheiser headphone holder:

 

 

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Edited by Bee inthe Attic - 4/20/12 at 10:36pm
post #1144 of 3029

 

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Originally Posted by wdahm519 View Post

They're Stax Lambda's (electrostat's).  From the color, I'd wager a guess to 407's.  

 

Thanks for that

post #1145 of 3029

DIY from Daiso parts.

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Edited by di_andrei - 4/29/12 at 7:57am
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post #1148 of 3029
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Originally Posted by Towert7 View Post

My new Design for headphone stands.







This design was inspired by an old piece of Japanese Architecture. I have tried many different variations on this shape, but I like this the best. This has been painted the colors of the origional piece, however I can also use exotic woods with this design.

It's very sturdy, and holds the headphones very nicely. Can hold up to two full sized headphones eaisly, or three small size headphones. The wings are curved to keep the headphones from slipping off the ends.

I'm donating two of my prototypes to the Boston/NE head-fi meet. I'm very happy with this design, so I'm teaching my dad how to make these for him to sell.

 

The most awesome of all...

post #1149 of 3029

Yet another $20 Pier One glass head.  I found a coloring changing LED base that fits into the bottom of the head for $1.85.... and yes, the lady wears the headphones backwards so I don't have to spin them when putting them on.

 

For anyone interested in this as a stand, I do have one possible caveat: My HD598s are not at "neutral" stretch on the head.  I would say I have to stretch the headphones outward 2 inches to get them on my head, and they sit on the lady's head at about 1 inch of stretch.  I think my cans will be fine, but it could be an issue if you want them to rest un-stressed.

 

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(Picture taken with cell phone - hence, it sucks)

 

-IKE

post #1150 of 3029
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Originally Posted by yakiboy View Post

hi! kinda new here, I just want to share my omega wannabe stand.

 

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Great job! I like it.

 

I'd be interested in seeing pics of your forms if you're willing to share.

 

-Dogwan

post #1151 of 3029

Not remotely stylish, but cheap and effective, takes up no desktop space and allows a degree of air circulation...

 

The central hub is an old ceiling light fitting and the sponge outer was 99p at a local chemist...

 

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post #1152 of 3029

I was inspired by a lot of these designs and I decided to make some of my own stands.

 

For my AKG K271MKII's

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and my Senn HD 280 Pro's

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post #1153 of 3029
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Originally Posted by yakiboy View Post


as for the formworks, I'm sorry sir but i cannot, hope you understand where I'm coming from.

that will be my trademark secret.


Certainly understand. I was asking out of professional curiosity, well ex-professional. Your answer is enough context for me to guess how well you executed the layup and the details are unimportant.

 

-Dogwan

post #1154 of 3029

Hey csteimnetz1 are you going to put a finish on those stands or leaving them as that? Either way they look good!

post #1155 of 3029
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Originally Posted by T-Willi View Post

Hey csteimnetz1 are you going to put a finish on those stands or leaving them as that? Either way they look good!

 

Thanks. Yeah I do plan on staining them with a simple wood stain when I get a chance to go out to Home Depot. I will make sure to post pictures when I have finished them. As of now I still think they look real good but just a little unfinished. 

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