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post #2161 of 3065
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Originally Posted by W0lfd0g View Post
 

Wow - Nicely organised CD collection you have there.

 

I assume you're referring to the CD collection in the background.

 

I made alphabetical dividers for the LPs first, then decided to do the same for the CDs.  What better to use as a divider than actual LPs and CDs?  Once you get to a certain number of LPs/CDs, it helps to have the dividers to quickly find what you're looking for. 

 

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Originally Posted by darthman View Post
 

It's actually both useful and very attractive.  Nice work!  You might consider producing them for sale.

 

I'm too lazy, since I'm retired (never do today, what you can put off until tomorrow.  Listen to music instead...).  It was enough work just to make them....  

:) 


Edited by enoyzzaj - 9/22/13 at 8:50am
post #2162 of 3065
I am seriously impressed. I take my hat off to you, sir. That is quite a collection.
post #2163 of 3065
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Originally Posted by W0lfd0g View Post

I am seriously impressed. I take my hat off to you, sir. That is quite a collection.

+1 agreed
post #2164 of 3065

Wow enoyzzaj I know what I would do with some spare time on my own and some money of course ;) Congrats it looks amazing and just make me feel amazing. Thanks for sharing

post #2165 of 3065

Amazing work on all of these stands.  Is there a definitive conclusion regarding whether or not ear cups should be supported or simply hang?  I would enjoy hearing opinions since I just bought a slew of walnut to begin a project to build stands to accommodate four pairs of cans.

 

Anyone?

 

thanks!

post #2166 of 3065
Since I have all copper tube stands, mine just hang from the headband with the cups just resting as they lie.
post #2167 of 3065

Is there any concern that the headband assembly would lose any "elasticity/bounce/plasticity" or its shape or . . . ?

 

Not just Mshenay, but anyone else.

 

Is there any concern that earpads would get permanently compressed or lose their comfort or for some cans, their seal or ability to seal if the cans a supported like on omega stands or similar designs?

 

thank you again for taking the time to respond.

post #2168 of 3065
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Originally Posted by danawcook View Post
 

Is there any concern that the headband assembly would lose any "elasticity/bounce/plasticity" or its shape or . . . ?

 

Not just Mshenay, but anyone else.

 

Is there any concern that earpads would get permanently compressed or lose their comfort or for some cans, their seal or ability to seal if the cans a supported like on omega stands or similar designs?

 

thank you again for taking the time to respond.

 

well Beyer pads [imo] get better with time, but my other headphones hang free, in addition the Woo Wudio stand  got is a hanging style, so I guess the head band should be fine under the weight of the cups if anything it might be more clamp hanging free, and if you stretch it out like on the Omega it would loose some clamp maybe [like over years]

 
but I mean worse comes to worse I doubt it would b anything obious 
post #2169 of 3065
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Originally Posted by enoyzzaj View Post
 

for TheOtus:

 

 


Sunday Morning

Time for the

Tap Handle of the week"

headphone stand…

 


 

Thank you, and seriously, I'm not joking, purple happens to be my favorite colour. = ) Next, go and make A DIY HEADPHONE STAND!

post #2170 of 3065

I love the tap handle stands...

post #2171 of 3065
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Originally Posted by vixr View Post
 

I love the tap handle stands...

 

Thanks, vixr.

 

I have fun using a different DIY tap handle headphone stand every week for my various headphones.   It's a nice change, and it allows me to enjoy the collection.  I mean, after all, why have only one DIY stand, when you can have many?

 

Hopefully, it gives some headfi'ers ideas on some DIY stands they can make/utilize with collections of their own.  That's the beauty of this thread - it gives everyone ideas based on everyone else's DIY's.  Geez...I also have a vast license plate collection...perhaps I can bend a few into a DIY headphone stand....and then, perhaps combine it somehow with a tap handle!  Given the number of handles and plates that I have, that could give me a couple of years of new DIY stands.

 

I've had a couple of other headfi'ers stating that, based on my stands,  they want to get some tap handle stands for their man caves... 

 

 

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Edited by enoyzzaj - 9/27/13 at 9:00am
post #2172 of 3065
+1 for the tap handle stands.
-1 for TheOtus. Make that -2.
post #2173 of 3065
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Originally Posted by vixr View Post

I love the tap handle stands...

Ditto. Keep them coming and ignore the other guy.
post #2174 of 3065
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post


Ditto. Keep them coming and ignore the other guy.

 

+1 as well,

 

also I just built a Woo Audio Headphone stand <3 does that count as a DIY xD [it does look nice though, will be great for my review pictures] 

post #2175 of 3065
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

 

+1 as well,

 

also I just built a Woo Audio Headphone stand <3 does that count as a DIY xD [it does look nice though, will be great for my review pictures]

 

I know this is a DIY thread.. but.. I really do love the Woo Audio stands myself.. can you just.. post a pic real quick. Cans on/off.

 

PLUS.. it'll make Francis happy. :)

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