so after a week between work and my free time i have come up with this four headphone stand. it also rotates. Keep in mind that i just finished assembling it and i plan on staining it.
yeah i was worried about that because the bearing thing that makes it spins i got from a lazy Susan and it spun pretty fast. but when i added all the additional weight, it doesn't spin to fast. it also looks like a propeller lol if you turn it horizontal
Here´s one made in steel:
I know it's just a little quick and dirty but it does it's job fantastically and I may get to making a better version sometime.
Here's the one me and my dad built using part of the neck of first guitar I ever had. Over 2 years old, still holding strong.
It now supports my A700 and hopefully soon my HE-400.
Edit: 100th post! It's been great head-fi!
Thats so cool man
After reading many of these pages I was inspired to make my own stand for my newly acquired Denon D2000's.
It's really a collaboration of a bits and pieces and not entirely done yet. The base is from an old Luxo Lamp, the pylon is actually an old and broken Snooker cue stick and the circle is from my Asus MS246 monitor stand.
I may add a coat or two of paint on the base and wood; say a matte black finish to contract the piano black gloss of the circle.
Nice, simple, sturdy and solid. It only took a 10 minutes to rig up.
What do you guys think?
Hi guys. Here's my hp stand. Pretty simple construction. Had to hand carve the curve on the top piece, but it turned out nice. Sanding, and three layers of wood oil. Stinked of the oil for a month.