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post #1231 of 3061
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Originally Posted by devouringone3 View Post

I ended up purchasing one:

 

Excellent!

Post pics of her all loaded up!

 

beerchug.gif

post #1232 of 3061

Yes! There it is:

 

1000

 

(though it's not in my house yet :P)

post #1233 of 3061

I think you missed the "all loaded up" part.

post #1234 of 3061
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Originally Posted by KimLaroux View Post

I think you missed the "all loaded up" part.

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post #1235 of 3061
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Originally Posted by sphinxvc View Post

 

Wow.

 

 

Nice.  Btw, is this a discontinued Grundtal toilet roll holder?  Only one I could find by that name is this.

That's the one. i just unscrewed it and screwed it onto the stand.

post #1236 of 3061

Nice, so it has just gotten easier for me to replicate an ATH-HPS550

 

700 1000

 

Though I will never be able to have the same awesome etched "audio-technica" on my base.

 

 

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Originally Posted by KimLaroux View Post

I think you missed the "all loaded up" part.

 

I'll try my best!


Edited by devouringone3 - 7/30/12 at 10:10pm
post #1237 of 3061
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Originally Posted by devouringone3 View Post

Nice, so it has just gotten easier for me to replicate an ATH-HPS550

 

700 1000

 

Though I will never be able to have the same awesome etched "audio-technica" on my base.

 

 

so close... =))

 

700

post #1238 of 3061

LOL

post #1239 of 3061

Yeah that's the paradox of the headphone stand... such objects, any hard cover book or Ikea item can be used with the same degree of functional success.

post #1240 of 3061

I'm not as pro, so I bought all parts from a hardware shop, Only drilled a few holes / chopped the wood poles into 3 pieces.

 

 

700

 

'fully loaded'

 

Normally the MSPro sits on my mannequin head and a single-entry cabled Sony SA3000 sits in the middle. This is so that the tangles don't get all tangled and twisted. However the head is given to the dt1350 for some stretching exercises atm so there we go.

post #1241 of 3061
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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post

I'm not as pro, so I bought all parts from a hardware shop, Only drilled a few holes / chopped the wood poles into 3 pieces.

 

 

700

 

'fully loaded'

 

Normally the MSPro sits on my mannequin head and a single-entry cabled Sony SA3000 sits in the middle. This is so that the tangles don't get all tangled and twisted. However the head is given to the dt1350 for some stretching exercises atm so there we go.

 

Looks great from here... beerchug.gif

post #1242 of 3061

Made three in one go, two extra ones sitting here now...

 

Option 1:

Sell them for money --> ultimately goes into more headphones

 

Option 2:

Buy more headphones to load them up

post #1243 of 3061

Nice options you have there! But if you sell the headphone stands and buy more headphones, then you'll need more stands again... biggrin.gif

post #1244 of 3061

THE dilemma.

 

So you recommend buying more headphones?

post #1245 of 3061
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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post

THE dilemma.

 

So you recommend buying more headphones?

 

 

Sure, why not? If you can, do it! I do it a lot... biggrin.gif

 

 

You can always start a small business manufacturing and selling you headphone stands! If you're successful, you'll have funds to buy more headphones and lots of headphone stands! Just a thought... beerchug.gif

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