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post #1531 of 2913

Gotye, Looks like I have enough posts now to attach pics.

A poor man's attempt, bought a hose holder and wrapped it in soft foam.

like I said earlier its a fatal urge to share my attempts.

 

 

 

 

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My father made me this for christmast. Love it

 

 

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Sorry about the mess, I am moving.


Edited by paara - 12/30/12 at 12:31am
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My father made me this for christmast. Love it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry about the mess, I am moving.

Sick!

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Amazing paara!
Very nice work!

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2012-12-24 23.49.35.jpg 3,272k .jpg file

 

 

 

 

 

My father made me this for christmast. Love it

 

 

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Sorry about the mess, I am moving.

 

Absolutely great!

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Wow that wood work is exceptional! Im jealous. 

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Gotye, Looks like I have enough posts now to attach pics.

A poor man's attempt, bought a hose holder and wrapped it in soft foam.

like I said earlier its a fatal urge to share my attempts.

 

 

700

 

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Originally Posted by paara View Post

My father made me this for christmast. Love it

 

700

Sorry about the mess, I am moving.

 

Some awesome headphone stands in this thread, you people continue to impress me!

 

bob439

Very nice Katana stand idea, very original - it would go really well with some Japanese headphones bigsmile_face.gif

 

paara

This carved wooden stand is just to die for, such amazing craftsmanship. Would you accept me as your adopted brother just so I can have a Xmas present like that? wink_face.gif


Edited by willmax - 12/30/12 at 8:55pm
post #1538 of 2913

This one is my take on improving the already versatile Rubbermaid Hose Hook.

Hope you guys like it.

 

 

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^ great extension idea! How did you do that?

 

My Uncle sent me over surprise stand he whipped up from spare pieces as he called them. Baltic Birch ply finished with a Watco oil. Left it up to me about the black pipe, I may consider using some birch veneer on it oiled to match the rest, possibly a disc of veneer over the hole also, not sure for now. Either way it's a beast, completely unexpected.

 I put some custom orthodynamic cans on it for a size reference ( Audio Technica AT-7xx series headset )

Now to find it a home.

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Edited by nick n - 12/31/12 at 1:17am
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Thanks nick n, I'm happy you liked my idea it happened almost by accident.

I had some left over paper tubes at work so I took a couple home and was thinking which size I was going to use for my headphone stand. Initially I thought of using only one tube at a time, but just so it happens that when I put them together they fitted perfectly inside and hold in place without mocking around. I used it like that for a while, only recently I had time to put a vinyl finish to it.

 

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post #1541 of 2913
Excellent idea, adds some height to the hose stand as well.

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I was inspired by this thread to build my own stand. I had some scrap black walnut laying around and figured I could use some practice with mortise and tenons. Pretty simple design but it turned out well.

 

http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww64/turbox2/DSCN0832_zpsa9e9b59d.jpg

 

4 coats of tung oil followed by a couple coats of hard wax.

 

I've been selling off some vintage equipment I've restored in order to buy an amp and headphone combo. Raised ~$2500 so far and am leaning towards a Woo Audio amp, not sure of headphones yet. But that's for another thread. I'm sure there are lots of people here that would love to help me spend my money. ;)


Edited by x2turbo - 12/31/12 at 9:47am
post #1543 of 2913
Very nice, I always liked walnut. It seems that's big enough for 4 headphones... $2500+++ you say... biggrin.gif

Welcome to Head-Fi and sorry about your wallet! biggrin.gif

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Edited by TrollDragon - 12/31/12 at 9:52am
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Thanks TrollDragon.

 

It will fit 3 comfortably. 4 depending how big they are. I have Denon AHD2000 and Sony MDR-V6s that I bought back in the 80's to go with my Walkman Cassette player. (dating myself)

 

You'd think $2500 would be enough, but when you put an amp, DAC and headphones together it adds up fast!!

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Sr009 + woo? tongue.gif
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