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Did you ever polish your D5000? Mine was purchased use and is a bit rough... some scratches on the gloss TT

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Originally Posted by D2000 View Post

Had to look twice at that after you said the materials involved! Really good turnout and looks like top quality. love the HP's too ;)

 

The stand really suits the D(2&5)K's. Sexy and sleek

Best part is I can stuff cables in the middle of the tube as well. Less than £5 worth of parts holding 100x it's price in headphones...only on Head-Fi. wink_face.gif

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Did you ever polish your D5000? Mine was purchased use and is a bit rough... some scratches on the gloss TT

I don't dare. I'll end up rubbing off the Denon logo.

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Sunday morning.  Time for the "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.

 

 

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Decided to make a more grown up stand.

 

 

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Very Nice! I just love me a copper stand. wink.gif

Welcome to the Club! biggrin.gif

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I revisited my old stand from forever ago. Stained the base a red oak and smoothed the paint on the PVC a bit.




Repurposed some bamboo composite wood to make a stand, but didn't realize it wouldn't stain very well :/ Still much nicer than anything else I have.


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Found some inspiration from this thread. Used some left over PVC and filled the bottom with some left over aquarium rocks to add stability since I will be adding more headphones to the stand. To be honest with the height of these guys they could double as a great toilet paper dispenser! Haha
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Nice Job!

Initially I was going to do PVC as well but the selection of pieces available I didn't like, so I chose copper.

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Repurposed some bamboo composite wood to make a stand, but didn't realize it wouldn't stain very well :/ Still much nicer than anything else I have.


I want a DT880 soooo bad! deadhorse.gif

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Another Ikea stand with a TP holder instead of a table leg and I used different knobs for the cable holder part. Base is pine that I cut and routed to shape, stained and varnished to match the night stand.
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Another Ikea stand with a TP holder instead of a table leg and I used different knobs for the cable holder part. Base is pine that I cut and routed to shape, stained and varnished to match the night stand.

That's a sh*t stand if i ever saw one.

Nice work!

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Before, it was too easy to tip over (only when you gave it a slight push or the headphone's sitting near the edge). I made an upgrade to my Headphone stand. It probably needs some painting, but it'll stay this way until I get some left-over paint from somebody.  Perhaps I should cut it in half horizontally too, since the wood block is a bit too thick...or not.

 

Here's DIY stand version 2.0.

 

 

 

 

 

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Is that carbon fiber around the tube?

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EDIT: hey guys, was gonna upload some pics of my headphone stand but I just realised I can't upload pictures yet as I'm still new to the forum. I'll upload them hopefully soon.


Edited by burgoc02 - 3/15/13 at 2:56am
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Is that carbon fiber around the tube?

 

They're wood painted black, not tubes.

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