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post #2371 of 3065
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Very Nice!
Now you need to get him to make a matching set of sides for that sweet Mapletree. smily_headphones1.gif
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 Oh , lord.....that would look nice  :tongue:

 

How are you liking those LCD 3's ?

post #2372 of 3065
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 Oh , lord.....that would look nice  :tongue:

 

How are you liking those LCD 3's ?


The LCD 3's are absolutely incredible to me as I haven't auditioned any other high end headphones, the clarity and bass are really quite a jump above my DT880's. Would be nice to compare them to the LCD 2's or HD800's.

 

They sound great through the Conductor SL and are rather fun through my Little Dot MK IV. I'd love to hear them as well with a higher tier tube amp like your EAR+ HD, a Woo WA6 SE or especially an Eddie Current Zana Deux SE.

post #2373 of 3065

Here's mine... a microphone stand with a boom arm.
post #2374 of 3065
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Originally Posted by vixr View Post
 

Real estate on my desk is at a premium. So why not build multi-function gear?

 

 

5 years ago...

 

today...



Now that's form and function in one!

post #2375 of 3065
Great work everyone, this weekend I shall get inspired by yours truly and build a stand for myself......
post #2376 of 3065
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 


The LCD 3's are absolutely incredible to me as I haven't auditioned any other high end headphones, the clarity and bass are really quite a jump above my DT880's. Would be nice to compare them to the LCD 2's or HD800's.

 

They sound great through the Conductor SL and are rather fun through my Little Dot MK IV. I'd love to hear them as well with a higher tier tube amp like your EAR+ HD, a Woo WA6 SE or especially an Eddie Current Zana Deux SE.

 I have heard so many good things about the great bass that your phones produce.

 

I am in no way a bass freak, but I would love to hear the bass from those cans.

 

I am not sure if the EAR +HD would power those or not.

 

They sure look very nice setting on the headphone stand that you have.

post #2377 of 3065
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Originally Posted by vixr View Post
 

Real estate on my desk is at a premium. So why not build multi-function gear?

 

 

5 years ago...

 

today...

q.q when u gonna start selling those gorgeous stands I mean amps :3 

post #2378 of 3065

After looking at these awesome stands, I decided to look around my house to see what I could build. Turns out I already had something similar that was just collecting dust. All I did was put some foam pieces on the pegs and my stand was complete. Not the best looking but compact and functional. 

 

 

 

post #2379 of 3065
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Here's mine... a microphone stand with a boom arm.

Very cool also

 

 

OMG where is our SUNDAY TAP HANDLE q.q I hope he is ok! 

post #2380 of 3065
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My new Design for headphone stands.







This design was inspired by an old piece of Japanese Architecture. I have tried many different variations on this shape, but I like this the best. This has been painted the colors of the origional piece, however I can also use exotic woods with this design.

It's very sturdy, and holds the headphones very nicely. Can hold up to two full sized headphones eaisly, or three small size headphones. The wings are curved to keep the headphones from slipping off the ends.

I'm donating two of my prototypes to the Boston/NE head-fi meet. I'm very happy with this design, so I'm teaching my dad how to make these for him to sell.


Best Headphone Stand ever! It is perfect for my tastes. I hope you decide to make more and sell these someday, I would be your first customer!!

post #2381 of 3065

Nothing to be proud of, but I this is the prototype I spent a couple periods desiging/machining last year.  It's sat in the corner of my closet since.  The clear scratched up acrylic would be tinted black stuff with a much smoother mold (did the clear stuff in 5 minutes) The huge cylinder at the bottom is supposed to be for wrapping cords around and the holes for storing 3.5mm/.25 adaptors.  I chose aluminum and Acrylic because (at the time) everyone on this thread was making theirs out of fancy wood and paint/stain.  Sorry for the schiity phone pics. My desk is NEVER this clean btw:

 

And it's going right back to the closet as soon as I upload these pictures : ) It was a fun little project way back when though.  I use my HD600s with out the grills 24/7 but that would just be weird for the pics IMO.


Edited by linglingjr - 11/4/13 at 10:50pm
post #2382 of 3065
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Originally Posted by Arsis View Post


Here's mine... a microphone stand with a boom arm.


That's awesome! I have a sheet music stand and a guitar stand, does anyone have any ideas how I could set it up to be a headphone stand?

post #2383 of 3065
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post

Nothing to be proud of, but I this is the prototype I spent a couple periods desiging/machining last year.  It's sat in the corner of my closet since.  The clear scratched up acrylic would be tinted black stuff with a much smoother mold (did the clear stuff in 5 minutes) The huge cylinder at the bottom is supposed to be for wrapping cords around and the holes for storing 3.5mm/.25 adaptors.  I chose aluminum and Acrylic because (at the time) everyone on this thread was making theirs out of fancy wood and paint/stain.  Sorry for the schiity phone pics. My desk is NEVER this clean btw:









And it's going right back to the closet as soon as I upload these pictures : ) It was a fun little project way back when though.  I use my HD600s with out the grills 24/7 but that would just be weird for the pics IMO.


This thing is great dude. I mean once you finish up the acrylic part it would look really great!

Ps that cable management desgin is cool too. I don't think I've seen anything like that.
post #2384 of 3065

Not perfect, but hey, I tried. :)

 

It was completed in under one hour, so I just used what I could find around the house to form this junkyard monster. (Sorry about the crappy glue job!)

 


 

 

 

post #2385 of 3065
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Originally Posted by Darknet View Post


This thing is great dude. I mean once you finish up the acrylic part it would look really great!

Ps that cable management desgin is cool too. I don't think I've seen anything like that.

Forget the closet, post it on the FS thread! That thing is cool looking :D

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