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Originally Posted by landlocked79 View Post

Here's a better shot.

Now that is a sexy stand. I'd pay for something like that.
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Originally Posted by Kamakahah View Post

Now that is a sexy stand. I'd pay for something like that.

Thanks man!! I've been messing around w/ acrylic designs & came up w/ this one. I considered (am considering) cutting a 2" piece of acrylic tube in half & mounting them on the top crossbar to even out the distribution to prevent it from denting the padding on my focals...
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My father is an LED wiz & I'm gonna see if there's anything cool he could possibly due w/ this to illuminate the acrylic.  A work in progress...

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Just got my HD598s from amazon.fr (great deals considering the Euro to Aus rate + they'll ship sennheiser to australia, which amazon.com won't do)

Very temporary hanger until I have time to DIY an Ikea stand :P
 

Can't post images yet, so this link will have to do
 
(In case your wondering, it's the magnetic section from an worn out iPad smart cover I had lying around)

Edited by sonaldinho89 - 4/7/13 at 4:13am
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Landlocked.. that is def a nice stand bro. Haven't seen that design around here yet. 

 

Here's what I'm using that I found in my own flea market booth..

 

I constantly see kids walking around with their Beets around their neck.. so this follows the neckphone trend pretty well  :)



 

I also have this but.. I prefer the above. 



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Little upgrade I made
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Sunday morning. Time for the "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.  

 

The Masters starts this week.  Fore!!!!

 

 

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Little upgrade I made

Looks great, so are the FA-011's going to gather dust now the HiFiMan's have landed... biggrin.gif

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Landlocked.. that is def a nice stand bro. Haven't seen that design around here yet. 

 

Here's what I'm using that I found in my own flea market booth..

 

I constantly see kids walking around with their Beets around their neck.. so this follows the neckphone trend pretty well  :)



 

I also have this but.. I prefer the above. 



I like the neck stand have to find me one of those. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by RochRx7 View Post

Landlocked.. that is def a nice stand bro. Haven't seen that design around here yet. 

Here's what I'm using that I found in my own flea market booth..

I constantly see kids walking around with their Beets around their neck.. so this follows the neckphone trend pretty well  smily_headphones1.gif





I also have this but.. I prefer the above. 




Thanks bro, I've been wanting to make something for a while now & finally got around to it. I like your "neck rest" idea. Finding things that can work as a stand is a great idea. From banana hangers to jewelry stands, they're all great innovations & have a hint of Macguyver to them. Well done!
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So far they have Lol :( although they have a very nice and very special signature to them. The what-I-thought-was-refined-bass is actually quite rumbly in comparison,but in a very smooth way.for some bass heavy music I still almost prefer them. Oh and they are lighter :D. My Alessandro ms1000's haven't been touched in a while though :(

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Looks great, so are the FA-011's going to gather dust now the HiFiMan's have landed... biggrin.gif

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Added a stain to it :) I'm very pleased, letting it dry now!

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If I were to use metal to make a stand, could I use thick solder to attach the different parts? I think that a nice aluminium stand would look nice, with maybe some glass bits.
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Originally Posted by razor5cl View Post

If I were to use metal to make a stand, could I use thick solder to attach the different parts? I think that a nice aluminium stand would look nice, with maybe some glass bits.

not super experienced but I'd say no. I think that would require a weld.
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