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post #2491 of 2927

Wow, there is a lot of creativity, ingenuity and workmanship on display in this thread - a total blast to look through here!  

 

Last weekend I went into a headphone specialty shop in Shibuya here in Tokyo, and all around the store they had about a hundred of these really cool, kind of industrial-art stainless steel headphone stands for their display headphones.  I said to the owner that he HAD to either sell me one or tell me the name of the company that made them.  He just leaned close to me and whispered, in English, `banana hanger`.  

 

post #2492 of 2927
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Originally Posted by Dopaminer View Post

Wow, there is a lot of creativity, ingenuity and workmanship on display in this thread - a total blast to look through here!  

Last weekend I went into a headphone specialty shop in Shibuya here in Tokyo, and all around the store they had about a hundred of these really cool, kind of industrial-art stainless steel headphone stands for their display headphones.  I said to the owner that he HAD to either sell me one or tell me the name of the company that made them.  He just leaned close to me and whispered, in English, `banana hanger`.  



The power of banana hanger is tooooooo high here xD
post #2493 of 2927
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Originally Posted by Dopaminer View Post
 

Wow, there is a lot of creativity, ingenuity and workmanship on display in this thread - a total blast to look through here!  

 

Last weekend I went into a headphone specialty shop in Shibuya here in Tokyo, and all around the store they had about a hundred of these really cool, kind of industrial-art stainless steel headphone stands for their display headphones.  I said to the owner that he HAD to either sell me one or tell me the name of the company that made them.  He just leaned close to me and whispered, in English, `banana hanger`.  

lol this actually made me laugh.  You could probably make a lot of money if you re-branded some banana hangers as "Headphone Stands" and sold them for 400% the price.

post #2494 of 2927
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post
 

lol this actually made me laugh.  You could probably make a lot of money if you re-branded some banana hangers as "Headphone Stands" and sold them for 400% the price.

Agreed!

post #2495 of 2927
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post
 

lol this actually made me laugh.  You could probably make a lot of money if you re-branded some banana hangers as "Headphone Stands" and sold them for 400% the price.

Don´t forget a fancy name and good marketing in head-fi.org...

post #2496 of 2927
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post
 

lol this actually made me laugh.  You could probably make a lot of money if you re-branded some banana hangers as "Headphone Stands" and sold them for 400% the price.

And insert special keywords such as Hi-Fi... 'Cause you know... Banana hangers can totally be high fidelity.... :P

post #2497 of 2927
Introducting, the Fi-Banager. Redefined stand for your headphones. :P

Buy it now! With the promotion code "ThisIsJustForFunNotForSale" and get 0.01% off with every purchase of Fi-Banager! It's only $999999999999999999999.99 Monopoly money!
post #2498 of 2927

I like this thread it inspired me to build my own stand.

post #2499 of 2927
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A couple of photos of the new stand. I tried to add some angularity from the previous version. The completed version will follow later on, but a little photoshop (2nd pic) helps bring an idea of what it'll look like (should be nicer still). The lower spindles allow the user to wrap the cables, if they so choose. I may tack on a couple of knobs to the base for further cable wrapping adjustments.

Nice and simple.

post #2500 of 2927
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Some additional colors and a different wood type. I'll soon be working on a 2nd, 3rd and 4th design. The 2nd will be the largest and will accommodate up to 4 headphones. Included below are the two racks I've built, Time permitting I'll be building a second one for a bedroom set

 

 

 

 

up.

 

 

 

 

 

another mission style nice.

post #2501 of 2927

I'm actually thinking of supping up a Bamboo Banna stand I found at work today in about a week...  I'll have the pics for you guys and I'll be doing some cutting, some glueing and doing some fabric work <3 

post #2502 of 2927

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

 

 

post #2503 of 2927
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Sunday morning.  Time for the "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand...

 

 

<3 thanks sir

 

btw do you have a Shock Top Handle? 

post #2504 of 2927

I do not.

 

But I would like one.

post #2505 of 2927
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Originally Posted by enoyzzaj View Post
 

I do not.

 

But I would like one.

like wise... a sad day at work today. We accidently busted a whole case of Shock Top Apple Wheat :[ 

 

also there are a few handles on eBay although... I'm not sure any one has ever asked you but how do you get you Tap Handles :O 

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