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post #1966 of 2896
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Very nice sp3llv3xit!

 

What are you using for the shaft at the back?



Plastic pail's steel handle.

post #1967 of 2896
post #1968 of 2896
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Plastic pail's steel handle.

Excellent!

Pure Genius!

post #1969 of 2896

The Cheapest Method.

 

What you will need - 

 

1)Metal scale

2)Duck tape

3)A piece of paper

 

Procedure - Bend the scale according to where you are gonna place and stick it , then use duck tape to stick it , finally cover the part where your headphone is gonna rest with the paper so that it will not scratch the headband or  tear the cushioning.

The best way to keep it clean and elegant is sticking it at the back side of a monitor so that the nasty tape ain't visible :)

Works :D

post #1970 of 2896

More of a repurpose than a DIY I suppose, but it gets the job done!

 

Some sort of Weider exercise thingy clamped to the side of my desk.

 

 

post #1971 of 2896

Don't worry your getting exercise with that exercise thingy. Takes a lot of energy to reach over and grab a pair of headphones wink_face.gif

post #1972 of 2896
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Originally Posted by Zashoomin View Post

Don't worry your getting exercise with that exercise thingy. Takes a lot of energy to reach over and grab a pair of headphones wink_face.gif

I even have to plug them in.  This is getting out of hand.  Im gonna have to build a hub that switches to whichever pair is not on the rack!

post #1973 of 2896

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

 

post #1974 of 2896
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Originally Posted by enoyzzaj View Post

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

 

Yessir, love me some Shiner!

post #1975 of 2896
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Originally Posted by Lucsteva View Post

For some reason, my basement is extremely dusty.  I was complaining to my wife about the fact that I wanted to DIY a headphone stand but I didn't want my Grados (that she bought me for Christmas) to get all dusty.  I made a comment that I would need a bell jar to keep the dust out.  This stuck with me, and I started thinking about the possibility of creating a stand inside of a glass bell jar - it would keep my cans (mostly) dust free, and provide a beautiful display case.

 

Well, a weekend and about $50 later - here it is.  Yeah, the glass is going to get dusty, but at least my cans wont!

 

Headome (lofi)1.jpg

Headome (lofi)2.jpg

Headome (lofi)3.jpg

OMG this is beautiful <3 <3 <3

post #1976 of 2896

Finally finished my headphone stand. Wood base was off a vintage cabinet that took me a very long time to sand it down by hand and a sanding buffer. Top and bottom face base using lambskin leather. 3 layers of clear varnish on the non black areas. Everything cut/sanded/glued by hand so no fancy machinery invovled, not perfect but I'm proud of my creation which originally was going to be for my LCD2's. Some area's might look off, that was just the one I took my photos. Enjoy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #1977 of 2896

With a base that big the stand isnt going to tip over! Doesnt that stretch the arc of the headphones?

post #1978 of 2896
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Originally Posted by jjinh View Post

With a base that big the stand isnt going to tip over! Doesnt that stretch the arc of the headphones?

Nah it won't tip over, I like big bases, it gives off a grand feeling. Nah the arc doesn't stretch it thanks to the thin layer of foam and lambskin leather over the top it just sits there. Btw if you haven't noticed, the headband on that Lambda pro is also lambskinned.

 

The idea sort of came from this:

 

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Vintage-headphone-stand-for-Stax-or-Sennheiser-headphones-/300921684490?pt=UK_AudioVisualElectronics_HomeAudioHiFi_Headphones&hash=item461054820a&_uhb=1

post #1979 of 2896
Very nice work DefQon!
I love the lambskin it adds a regal touch to the stand.
Someone has too much Stax... biggrin.gif

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post #1980 of 2896

Cheers troll, never is enough with this hobby unfortunately. That picture only shows a third of what I own. :)

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