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Originally Posted by f iDeL View Post

Hi m8s! I just finished my DIY Headphone Stand...

I hope you like it!


 

The second I saw that I hoped it glowed...then it did!  Amazing job!  Now, what did you use... wink.gif

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Thanks a lot guys! 

 

I used the plexi from this ceiling light...

http://www.wayfair.co.uk/Alt-Lucialternative-Bulb-S-Pendant-FDX1068.html

and the only reason I did it, it was because I had a spare one from an RMA

 

Then I used a rosette and I made two holes to fit the plexi and I also made 3+3 holes to fit 3+3 leds from each side of the plexi...

Oh I forgot. I also sleeved the power cable :P

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£430 might be just a touch out of my price range to recreate this :(

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Impressive use of bad/RMA stuff....might have to find something ikea like to replicate this with...

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Originally Posted by f iDeL View Post

Hi m8s! I just finished my DIY Headphone Stand...

I hope you like it!

 

 

 

Amazing and inspiring!

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Lol I just found this thread. My stand is my screen. I have no room for a headphone stand.
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Originally Posted by Tjj226 Angel View Post

Lol I just found this thread. My stand is my screen. I have no room for a headphone stand.

Totally unacceptable... One MUST make room for a stand(s) biggrin.gif

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Thanks a lot guys! I'm very glad you like it!!

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Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post

Paying homage to an old head-fi favorite. Just picked this up for $6 at my local home depot. Not exactly DIY, I know, but so cheap it might as well be xD

 

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Kojaku


Just picked one of these up from a local hardware store, cost me 2€ and works like a treat. Thanks for the tip :D
And kudos on the Grados, just read the review on Innerfidelity.

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Originally Posted by KamijoIsMyHero View Post

ohh I meant glass x|

 

headphone stand + glass enclosure to keep off dust much like displays where people get to "look but dont touch" type of thing, I have experience in metal and woodwork but not much in glass


You might want to look for glass clock covers, plenty of different sizes around, and having grown up next to one I can tell you that they are quite prone to breaking :D

 

edit: typo


Edited by 4ND3R5 - 12/19/12 at 7:55pm
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Originally Posted by 4ND3R5 View Post


You might want to look for glass clock covers, plenty of different sizes around, and having grown up next to one I can tell you that they are quite prone to breaking :D

 

edit: typo

hah, I was actually doing it already, will update if successful

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Originally Posted by KamijoIsMyHero View Post

hah, I was actually doing it already, will update if successful


Nice :D
 

"clock glass dome" gives pretty nice google results :D

I'd recommend the acrylic ones, can't really tell from the glass ones without touching and can take a lot more abuse than the real glass ones.

 

And we need pics when done :P

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Originally Posted by Headzone View Post

Here's my new diy stand.. Weights in about 7kg :P
 

Very nice job!

Good for arm curls as well when the cans are off it. biggrin.gif

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Here's my new diy stand.. Weights in about 7kg :P

It looked smaller in the first photo. Then you put the Stax on them and I understood why it weighs 7kg. Looks great though.

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