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post #2116 of 3368
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Originally Posted by cubiboy90 View Post

Wow, your headphone stand is the most impressive i've ever seen before. Did you make it ?

Ha, someone is a little late to the party smily_headphones1.gif
post #2117 of 3368
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Originally Posted by JoeDoe View Post

Ha, someone is a little late to the party smily_headphones1.gif

I've just got my headphone few days ago, and after that is a thinking about DIY headphone stand, haha
Edited by cubiboy90 - 9/10/13 at 11:32am
post #2118 of 3368
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Originally Posted by cubiboy90 View Post
 

Wow, your headphone stand is the most impressive i've ever seen before. Did you make it ?

 

 


Thanks.  Yes.  Still not happy with it though.  Alas, I can only do it during Saturdays and Sundays.  Making a white and silver version now.  

post #2119 of 3368
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Thanks.  Yes.  Still not happy with it though.  

Heh??

 

Not happy?

 

Looks like an engine.

post #2120 of 3368
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Originally Posted by sp3llv3xit View Post
 

 

 


Thanks.  Yes.  Still not happy with it though.  Alas, I can only do it during Saturdays and Sundays.  Making a white and silver version now.  

 

Which tool did you use to DIY your stand ?

post #2121 of 3368
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Originally Posted by cubiboy90 View Post
 

 

Which tool did you use to DIY your stand ?

 

Claremont saw, power sander and a lot of wood epoxy.

post #2122 of 3368

 

Hey guys, I've been dormant for a bit, and now have re-kindled my love for audio and Head-Fi. For this, I made a stand out of iron piping, with insulate at the top. The reason why the base is so big is that I hope to fit a Magni and Modi underneath, along with a pair of DT 770 250 ohm cans. Can't wait!! :D

post #2123 of 3368
Nice!
Rugged is an understatement for sure. biggrin.gif
post #2124 of 3368

I'd put some sort of anti-slip measures on the bottom if it were mine, but it's very nice.

post #2125 of 3368

Yeah, I'd like to add some rubber feet or something like that, and maybe some cable management.

post #2126 of 3368

I have come to find out my Single sided cans sit nicely on my Wii U [which is close to the edge of my second PC desk] it makes a nice headphone stand for 2 headphones, in addition the Detachble cable Sound Magic sit's nicely on my M Stage... also did I ever post the picture of the wood Box thing I have... I have metal rods in counter balance with it, I use that as my headphone stands xD pretty crude and jerry rigged but it's been working for years now 

post #2127 of 3368
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

I have come to find out my Single sided cans sit nicely on my Wii U [which is close to the edge of my second PC desk] it makes a nice headphone stand for 2 headphones, in addition the Detachble cable Sound Magic sit's nicely on my M Stage... also did I ever post the picture of the wood Box thing I have... I have metal rods in counter balance with it, I use that as my headphone stands xD pretty crude and jerry rigged but it's been working for years now 

Just post the pictures! pfft!

post #2128 of 3368
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Originally Posted by kalbee View Post
 

Just post the pictures! pfft!

 

My camera SUCKS pfff but I will eventually. Got the next three days off 

post #2129 of 3368

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

post #2130 of 3368

Could you use a bit larger font? Maybe add multiple colours too to make it stand out more? :D

 

(I also don't see how these are not just pictures of taps, but DIY headphone stands instead...)

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