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post #1351 of 3015

I had a few chunks of zebrawood laying around so I built a quick stand out of them.

 

Crappy photos since I'm at work..

 

 

 

 

 

Pretty simple but I like the way it turned out.

post #1352 of 3015

Looks good, I really like the look of zebra wood.


Edited by TrollDragon - 9/20/12 at 11:22am
post #1353 of 3015

Looks nice and "crafty" smile.gif

post #1354 of 3015

Looks very neat, including the stand, e10 and the AKG~! I like it!!

post #1355 of 3015

Thanks everyone,

 

I think I'm going to get rid of this one and build another out of mahogany or dark walnut though. (I'm ocd and the non-uniformity of the grain bugs me a little)

 

I'm hanging the AKGs from the upper cable now and they're only about .5" above the base..

 

Next one will be slimmer and taller.


Edited by Mikael109 - 9/21/12 at 8:34am
post #1356 of 3015
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Originally Posted by Mikael109 View Post

Thanks everyone,

 

I think I'm going to get rid of this one and build another out of mahogany or dark walnut though. (I'm ocd and the non-uniformity of the grain bugs me a little)

 

I'm hanging the AKGs from the upper cable now and they're only about .5" above the base..

 

Next one will be slimmer and taller.

If you don't want it I'm sure that someone on here would love to have it donated to them. :p

post #1357 of 3015
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Originally Posted by JoetheArachnid View Post

If you don't want it I'm sure that someone on here would love to have it donated to them. :p

+1

 

I'm sure someone would gladly pay for the shipping, and maybe even more.

post #1358 of 3015

I was inspired by the lego stand(s) in this thread and being the school holidays, decided that i had the time to build a rudimentary stand. It does its job, however ugly :p

 

post #1359 of 3015
I actually think it looks good!

I really like the shape of it. The colors match all the Apple stuff pretty well too.
post #1360 of 3015
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Originally Posted by Mikael109 
I actually think it looks good!
I really like the shape of it. The colors match all the Apple stuff pretty well too.
Thanks man, I like your stuff too, those stripes are sweet biggrin.gif
Edited by Meddle - 9/23/12 at 10:00pm
post #1361 of 3015
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Originally Posted by Meddle View Post

I was inspired by the lego stand(s) in this thread and being the school holidays, decided that i had the time to build a rudimentary stand. It does its job, however ugly :p

 

 

Looks like you can make a built-in cradle for the Fiio e7 too.

post #1362 of 3015

Wow I've read the last 20 or so pages of this thread. I have to say I'm really impressed with some of the solutions people of come up with. My lame self just bought a headphone stand and some hangers. It looks pretty decent and can easily accommodate 12 cans, actually probably even 24 if i stacked them 2 deep on each hanger. I only have 3 cans right now though.

post #1363 of 3015
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Originally Posted by jjmai View Post

 

Looks like you can make a built-in cradle for the Fiio e7 too.

Now that is a good idea...

post #1364 of 3015
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Originally Posted by jjmai View Post

 

Looks like you can make a built-in cradle for the Fiio e7 too.


That would make getting to the E7 kind of hard though.

post #1365 of 3015

Buy a E9 and surround it with lego, leaving only the input and the volume pot unblocked @@

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