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post #2596 of 2800

Keeping things simple and cheap ($3 for the hook, $3 for the easy remove adhesive tape)

 

 

post #2597 of 2800

:O nice machine

 

here's my un completed DIY banna Hanger Headphone Stand 

 

 

Going to get a friend of mine to do a simple stich of some fabric onto that. but it's wraped in a mixture of Semi Hard Foam deep inside and the soft Cushion Filling out side. Need to install the last cosmetic layer! 

 

BONUS ROUND name the headphones in the back ground xD 

post #2598 of 2800
bonus bonus round : Use that flash! biggrin.gif
looks like it's taking shape. beerchug.gif
post #2599 of 2800

Sunday morning.  Time for this week's "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.  

 

A good day for a game of 14.1

 

post #2600 of 2800
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Originally Posted by enoyzzaj View Post
 

Sunday morning.  Time for this week's "Tap Handle of the Week" headphone stand.  

 

A good day for a game of 14.1

 

indeed! 

post #2601 of 2800
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

:O nice machine

 

here's my un completed DIY banna Hanger Headphone Stand 

 

 

A white tube sock on this and you have a winner!

post #2602 of 2800

lmfaoooo

post #2603 of 2800
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Originally Posted by Honkytime View Post
 

A white tube sock on this and you have a winner!

Oh gawd YES, Except black! Why didn't I think of that! 

 

heck I might buy a fancy sock just to put over it <3 

post #2604 of 2800

Made this today with the Home Depot Rubbermaid Hose Hook, PVC, and some felt. I think it turned out well.

 

post #2605 of 2800
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Originally Posted by RockCrayfish View Post
 

Made this today with the Home Depot Rubbermaid Hose Hook, PVC, and some felt. I think it turned out well.

 

 

Aww yiss, Logitech Z2300. Sometimes overwhelming bass is a good thing :)

post #2606 of 2800
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Originally Posted by semaj8james View Post
 

Aww yiss, Logitech Z2300. Sometimes overwhelming bass is a good thing :)

 

I love those speakers. When properly EQ'ed they're great. I recently tried moving to a monitor setup but the lack of bass threw me off so I went back to the Z-2300.

post #2607 of 2800

This headphone diy stand making is addictive. to me is more like Tube Rolling you can never have enough of it.i'am in a process of making a next one.

post #2608 of 2800
It did turned out well, very well . You rock !,Rock (pun intended). :etysmile.gif
post #2609 of 2800
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Originally Posted by danawcook View Post
 

It may be because I am new, but when I click on the add photo, it indicates that I do not have permission to access the page.  Beats me.  Maybe someone can educate me.  

 

So, I have attempted to provide my DIY via this shared Evernote Note:  https://www.evernote.com/shard/s218/sh/5836c1ae-fce7-44bc-8c7d-97700f16b9aa/b8d368f36a144e525b425dda1a68fdcd

 

I now await the education and hopefully some commentary for my half finished stand.

So, I am quoting myself (my ego has no bounds).  I did make this.  But, after some time, both the HE500s and AKG 702s pads had some deformation.  Not permanent, but still bothered me.  Grados seem to hang such that contact is minimized, although split cable management is a bit of a pain.  Just feedback to others interested.  

 

 

My solution was to build this.

 

 

Pulled back.

 

 

And thought that I should share.  I used 1 1/4 inch black pipe.  Flange, six inch nipple and cap.  chose it so that headphone weight might have a greater displacement (should be minimal since we are talking about two curved surfaces of differing diameters).  The 1 1/4 pipe parts are more expensive than the lesser diameter.  I would have chosen 4 inch nipples but my hardware store only had 3 and then 6.  I think 4 would have been perfect.  Piece of pine, 12 x 1 x 36 inches from the garage.

 

For now, it is a "prototype."  I would want to put this on a more narrow but thicker (for aesthetics) piece of walnut.  It could even be a rough piece on the edges.  I might adjust it so that it is horizontal.  I will put Grados (SR80 and GS1000) on the Codia-copy stand.  The AKG's at the top hang from the plastic loops so that the elastic isn't strained while hanging - maybe making the elastic last longer.  But, sliding the AKG over the cap required manipulation, not just an "easy slide-on."

 

I built a standing desk out of black pipe and poplar.  works well if you don't have metal working skills.

 

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post #2610 of 2800

That multi headphone hanger is a great idea..  seems not to hard to build either

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