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This thread inspired me to go pick up a couple pieces of wood today. I'll try my hand at making a cheap stand and hopefully get some photos up once it's done. Don't expect it to look anywhere near as nice as most of these though haha

just went through the whole thread...same here. pretty amazed at some of the worksmanship here...

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So here is my first attempt at a stand. I hope to put some sort of finish on the wood in the future, but this is fine for now. Not too much work and it was less than $10

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so after reading this forum for 2 hours last night and coming up with a rudimentary design, i now have a pile of wood and some power tools. lets hope things go well atsmile.gif

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k'nex?

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k'nex?

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My "DIY" headphone stand lol

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post #1177 of 3065
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Originally Posted by Fringe View Post

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After seeing a few of these in this thread i decided to give it a shot. Works good so far.

That's fantastic! My hat off to you, good Sir or Ma'am. beerchug.gif.

 

So much nostalgia.... yum


Edited by Chromako - 6/21/12 at 12:16am
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Originally Posted by Dyaems View Post

My "DIY" headphone stand lol

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Truth is I really like this idea.... Then you could make some custom designs in Photoshop and then print them to put in there (assuming you bought one...). It would be cool and simple haha. I think I might have seen ones like this in WalMart once. I might have to pick one up.

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Wouldn't be hard to put a piece of pipe insulation across the top of the plexi/lexan to prevent grooves in your headband pad too... 

 

Clever. 

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This motivated me to get off my butt and buy some maple and some carving tools biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by rhalf View Post

You guys need to see this:

http://forum.mp3store.pl/topic/86157-stojaki-na-sluchawki-o-charakterze-artystyczym/page__hl__stojak__fromsearch__1

Carved stands.

 

And also this:

http://mydiy.pl/sprytny-przelacznik-wyjscia-audio

A $4 stand with a switch made of shelf support and a popsicle.

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Originally Posted by csteimnetz1 View Post

 

Truth is I really like this idea.... Then you could make some custom designs in Photoshop and then print them to put in there (assuming you bought one...). It would be cool and simple haha. I think I might have seen ones like this in WalMart once. I might have to pick one up.


Yeah, I actually have a cd900st brochure here somewhere inside one of my boxes and I plan on putting it when I get my hands on that "headphone stand". Not sure where to buy it in my country unless I steal it from yellow cab xD

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FINALLY got around to making my first stand. However all it has done is leave me eager to make more! Am I doing it right?

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FINALLY got around to making my first stand. However all it has done is leave me eager to make more! Am I doing it right?
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Great Job%
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The base looks a little unstable to me, but overall - looks great!

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The base looks a little unstable to me, but overall - looks great!

I thought it would be too (unfortunately too late to change anything). Thankfully though the weight of the angled pillar means the weight is balanced very nicely and makes it more stable than it looks. But yes, next time a bigger foot rolleyes.gif

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