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post #1906 of 2797

50 Shades of Grado, by U.N. Cola.  

 

This lady is from spain but comes very cheap in the united states.  I paid her fee and put her in my trunk.  After getting her home I slowly removed her outer layers exposing her to my expectant eyes.  Can you handle a big one, I asked her?  I slowly moved my equipment onto her, letting her get used to it's weight.  She was able to accommodate it's huge size.  I knew because the mini-coaxial connectors on the bottoms of the cups didn't touch the table the way they did on my previous lady.  I lifted her up and inserted my entire fist into her large hole.  I bet I could put marbles or perhaps colored rocks in here to prevent you from tipping over, I sensuously purred.  She didn't reply but I knew she was excited by the prospect.  

 

http://www.pier1.com/Recycled-Glass-Head/2188209,default,pd.html

 


Edited by uncola - 5/31/13 at 2:09am
post #1907 of 2797

Lol that's a classic!

post #1908 of 2797
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Originally Posted by sp3llv3xit View Post

A friend did this for me. The head is made of fiberglass.  Wood base or box is made of bamboo which also doubles as a storage for my portable stack and cables.

 

 

 

 

 

 

These frighten me a little.

post #1909 of 2797

As soon as I saw the Pier One Imports bag I knew what was coming.  I thought they had sold out of these years ago; I will have to see if I can track one down.

post #1910 of 2797

Sunday morning.  Time for the "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.  Going to see Robert Cray & Peter Frampton this week, so I had to break out the guitar tap handle...

 

 

 

 

 

post #1911 of 2797
I searched for ages to find something to hang my Grado' s on. I eventually found a mug stand.

I pushed the rods through all the way. If I had two sets of cans I could have left it as is.

The finished stand with my Grado's on.
post #1912 of 2797

Nice.

 

I use a Rubbermaid FastTrack hose hook (v1, the one pictured, not the newer version) with a bit of foam on it myself.  More support for the headband so that hopefully it will lessen the chances of it deforming over time.

 

Cheap enough, and when I decide to make something else I can stick it back on my FastTrack rails in my garage.  Plus the bottom of it fits perfectly around my FiiO E09K/E17 combo, which is an unexpected but pleasant bonus.

post #1913 of 2797
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Originally Posted by cytoSiN View Post

My first foray into copper to match the rails on my Mad Dogs.  It's not perfect, and I learned a lot from my (highly visible) mistakes, but it's functional, fits the designed space around my Schiit stack, and it'll do the trick for now.

 

 

 

 

 

(Sorry for not embedding the images...probably because I've been a lurking for a while and didn't start posting until recently.  I'll check back to embed when possible.) 

 

[Mod Edit: Embedded them for you.]

Very nice ! and thanks for the inspiration.

I'm about to try to build an audio rack out of copper tubing for my stack.
post #1914 of 2797
Who will help me find this stand in an online store in Europe?
 
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Originally Posted by deka-fi View Post

What do you think of the stand koss holdphone?

 

post #1915 of 2797

Try Here for the Koss KSH1...

http://www.nejsluchatka.cz/drzak-koss-hold-a-phone-velky.html

post #1916 of 2797

I cant buy all those fancy stuff over here, so would those woman handbag holders work? Or they are too thin and would damage the headphone?

post #1917 of 2797
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Originally Posted by douglatins View Post

I cant buy all those fancy stuff over here, so would those woman handbag holders work? Or they are too thin and would damage the headphone?

Depends on how wide the handle part is, if it is really narrow like wire it will leave a mark in the headband. Wrap it with some foam or make one from wood etc... biggrin.gif

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post #1918 of 2797
Also if you are in the US, that Koss headphone stand is available on Amazon & eBay.

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post #1919 of 2797

Made this desk-clippable headphone stand as part of a redesign project at university, it was made out of repurposed printer parts (I used the sheetmetal frame). I've got more pictures of it on my blog, with an instructables link on how to make your own! :) http://work.renanramadan.com/archives/5

post #1920 of 2797
Now all you need to do is dip them in that rubber stuff they put on plier handles and start selling them on etsy and here... Nice job! biggrin.gif

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