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post #1366 of 2914
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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post

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


lol If he could just go out and but an E9 on a whim, don't you think that he wouldn't be using legos to make a headphones stand?

post #1367 of 2914

Does this count as DIY? tongue.gif

 

post #1368 of 2914
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

Does this count as DIY? tongue.gif

 

At least it has lots of storage space! biggrin.gif

post #1369 of 2914
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

Does this count as DIY? tongue.gif

 

 

The more headphones you have the less useful a stand or multiple stands become. haha.

post #1370 of 2914

I've upgraded the box! Sliced up a pool noodle from the dollar store and fit it over the edges to give my headbands a wider/softer area to rest on biggrin.gif

post #1371 of 2914

i was walking out into my garage to find some inspiration for a headphone stand, when suddenly, a Wild Doorstop Appeared. 10 minutes later my headphones were hanging happily on my desk.

 

 

post #1372 of 2914

I really love the Omega Curved Headphone Stands. I wonder how hard one of those would be to make... 

I have very little wood working experience though. :(

post #1373 of 2914
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

I've upgraded the box! Sliced up a pool noodle from the dollar store and fit it over the edges to give my headbands a wider/softer area to rest on biggrin.gif

 

That is actually a quite good idea, it would be even better if you could find a taller box so the headphones don't have to touch the bottom :')

post #1374 of 2914

I didn´t do this one myself, but it has been done for me and I think its still worth a post.
I was also inspired by another headfier whose name I can´t remeber anymore :D

 

[IMG]http://i49.tinypic.com/2cqns5z.jpg[/IMG]

 

[IMG]http://i50.tinypic.com/qo995c.jpg[/IMG]

post #1375 of 2914
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

I've upgraded the box! Sliced up a pool noodle from the dollar store and fit it over the edges to give my headbands a wider/softer area to rest on biggrin.gif

That was a great idea. I think the sliced pool noodle would be a great top part of any stand. It might be cool to cover it in cloth or something to hide what it really is, but at least it is a nice width and obviously nicely padded for placing the headphones on it.

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post #1377 of 2914

i thought i'd show off my handywork

 

http://i.imgur.com/sTpz0.jpg

http://imgur.com/5NyzU

post #1378 of 2914
Do you notice any weird stretching on the headband of those akg's when they hang like that?

I left mine hanging from the headband like that overnight and it looked pretty oblong the next morning when I removed it from the stand..

Nice solid construction though! I like the two support bar look.
Edited by Mikael109 - 9/30/12 at 1:47pm
post #1379 of 2914
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Originally Posted by hellum View Post

i thought i'd show off my handywork

 

http://i.imgur.com/sTpz0.jpg

http://imgur.com/5NyzU

 

Very nice hellum!

post #1380 of 2914
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Originally Posted by hipster2010 View Post

Check out one of the new headphone stand sold by MP4Naiton

 

http://www.mp4nation.net/headphones-amps/accessories/headphone-stands-earphone-cases/head-headphone-stand-for-smaller-headphones

Tempted and at a reasonable amount - FREE SHIPPING TOO


Edited by orb2k - 10/2/12 at 10:46am
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