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That looks really, really good!

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

 

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Just like to add my new stand, used Ikea Gruntdal 6 towel holder along with some Ikea door part cut in half from the as-is area as the base. Total less than 15 bucks.

Thanks for all the great ideas, particularly user hdufour!

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Yea I found them on like the bottom shelf in the asile I'll b buying mine in 2 days :D getting excited ^^ 

 

ANd GUESS WHAT... I get Wal Mart DISCOUNT... Oh hey I should totally buy a CRAP ton of them for u guys :O :D

 

WOOT yea just kidding, make ur own ;3 they are dirt cheap 


I finally did find them at Wal-mart as well. They didn't have any wood ones, but they had really nice black-metal ones for only $5.97!

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Just thought I'd share my little update :)

Loved the old one, still love it. But love the new addition too! Gj :beerchug: 

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Not 100% DIY, but added foamy cushion to my stand b/c I was afraid of getting indents in the headband d/t the weight of my HE400s LOL

 

 

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Thanks mrAdrian and kalbee :)

 

I prefer the original one myself, something about the simplicity that made it work. But it didn't suit the 1R as much as it did with the Senn. I think the iPod made a big difference too... but too bad I lost it.

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No Sunday Tap handle headphone stand?.... Whats the world coming to :beyersmile:

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No Sunday Tap handle headphone stand?.... Whats the world coming to :beyersmile:

+1 comm´on enoyzzaj  where are you??I hope everything is fine

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+1 comm´on enoyzzaj  where are you??I hope everything is fine

 

Probably a bit tipsy? It is Sunday after all, and, he is the king of tap handle stands. ;)

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No Sunday Tap handle headphone stand?.... Whats the world coming to :beyersmile:

 

 

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+1 comm´on enoyzzaj  where are you??I hope everything is fine

 

 

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Probably a bit tipsy? It is Sunday after all, and, he is the king of tap handle stands. ;)

 

My bad.  I got a bit distracted yesterday.

 

So - to celebrate the beginning of winter, here is the belated Sunday morning "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand:

 

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Hello!

 

I recently bought a pair of stax sr-202, and excited about the sound of them i decided they deserved a better stand than my previous "uber-ghetto" one:

 

So i built this stand:

 

 

 

The base is some sort of hardwood, the upper part is a rectangular wood frame, stuffed with quilting batting and covered with a custom embroidered nylon piece.

 

Hope you will like it.

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Originally Posted by federicopol

 

 

 

 

The base is some sort of hardwood, the upper part is a rectangular wood frame, stuffed with quilting batting and covered with a custom embroidered nylon piece.

Looks more like a softwood to me.
But it's fun! I like it. 

That's the first stand I've seen with the Lambda that doesn't make it look super ugly.

 

Usually I see them on really organic, expensive stands, that totally juxtapose with their form and fail to synergize. 

This looks like some sort of comic sunrise (going from the bottom right). 

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