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Originally Posted by D2000 View Post

Hi!

I'd first suggest a good skimming of all the pages in this thread. There's plenty of inspiration and instructions.

Next, ask yourself these questions..

Wallmounted or portable?
Heavy or Light (depends of the size and weight of your HP's)
Frequency of use (long or temporary storage)
Also, take not of the materials and colours involved in you HP. These will guide your decisions on materials used.

For example, my Denon D2000's are matte magnesium and black leather. I chose brushed metal for a base, anodized aluminium for the rod, and a piano black loop from an external monitor. 

Here's the results. Just took the photos biggrin.gif


                                                                     1000

                                                        400
 400
 400
  
                                            700
 700
I must ask, what did you use to make this?
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Originally Posted by enoyzzaj View Post

Here is the "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.  Cheers! 

 

 

 

 

 

look great.. 

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I've got all my headphones hanging in front of me. 

It feels great! L3000.gif very practical to have them within my arms reach.

 

 

 

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Thanks TrollDragon! bigsmile_face.gif

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That's a nice setup Willmax!

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Originally Posted by AppleDappleman View Post

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I must ask, what did you use to make this?

Hey,

Thanks for asking. The materials weren't purchasable from any store. I scrounged around the clothes store I work casually at (ESPRIT) and they had the base as a part of the old sign fixture/fittings. The rod was also part of it.

The black plastic circle was from my Asus MS246 external monitor stand. Since the screen is now wallmounted I don't use it anymore.

A screw joins all of them together and the bottom has a rubber base so it won't move or slide.

Presto!
Edited by D2000 - 1/27/13 at 5:54am
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I was wondering where the round part came from. Nice repurposing job! biggrin.gif

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Edited by TrollDragon - 1/27/13 at 7:24am
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Here is a couple copper stands I made by getting inspired from this thread.

 

Thanks guys!

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Originally Posted by merkil View Post

 

 

Here is a couple copper stands I made by getting inspired from this thread.

 

Thanks guys!

 

Interesting, never thought of setting the asgard on its end. How do the HE-400s sound with it btw? 

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Originally Posted by Deathdeisel View Post

 

Interesting, never thought of setting the asgard on its end. How do the HE-400s sound with it btw? 

 

 

I do it to save space. It is recommend by Schiit to place the headphone jack at the bottom if you do stand it on its end to create efficient heat transfer. 

 

The 400s sound good with it I must say. I was using the e11 before and I think the Asgard gives it a slightly cleaner sound in the lower end although the e11 was alright for a portable amp.

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Here is the "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.  Cheers!

 

 

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Originally Posted by merkil View Post

 

 

Here is a couple copper stands I made by getting inspired from this thread.

 

Thanks guys!


Very nice!
I just love me some copper stands. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by willmax View Post

I've got all my headphones hanging in front of me. 

It feels great! L3000.gif very practical to have them within my arms reach.

 

 

 

this is the sweetest setup! smily_headphones1.gif

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Here's a repurposing of a strange picture frame stand I had left from a decorating accessory combo..... I like it better with cans on it than photos in it. Pay no attention to the 'worst headphones ever' on the far side.
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Originally Posted by GrindingThud View Post

Here's a repurposing of a strange picture frame stand I had left from a decorating accessory combo..... I like it better with cans on it than photos in it. Pay no attention to the 'worst headphones ever' on the far side.


You can always add a picture in the frame ;)

How about your dream headphone's picture?!

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