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post #2881 of 3693

I like the idea of the wallmount! 

post #2882 of 3693

Love Fred The Head   :smile:

post #2883 of 3693

I love that vertebrae headphone mount, scary but cool also. 

post #2884 of 3693
Just finished a few headphone stands. Custom mixed concrete base ground, polished and sealed. Tops are made with box joints, inserted into a slot cast into the concrete. Made with solid cherry/black walnut/honey locust. No plywood/veneers.

Edited by CJWW - 7/7/14 at 5:30pm
post #2885 of 3693
Very nice CJWW. Selling them?
post #2886 of 3693
If folks were interested yah. I made 3 and only have two sets of headphones, so I could part with one. But if people like the design I could whip up a few more
post #2887 of 3693

What is the height you made? I'm drawing one but can't figure out the right height and yours seems perfect!

post #2888 of 3693

After I found this thread I wanted to make my own stand, but didn't know what I wanted to make except that it needed to be cheap and easy. Later, I found the HH 10 (http://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-HH-10-Headphone-Holder/dp/B007TIV7IU) and liked it because it doesn't take up any desk space.


While I was in the shed I seen a piece of PVC pipe and had an idea, this is the result:





While its not the best looking stand it was practically free and very functional.


I may add a semi-circle of large diameter PVC pipe if I notice the headband deforming. I realised that If I need to hang up more than one headphone I could add a T and have a double headphone stand, as the stand will hold up to a few pounds at least, and also if it slides or scars my desk I can just add some rubber feet.

post #2889 of 3693
Originally Posted by whirlwind View Post

Love Fred The Head   :smile:

Thanks, I shall pass the comment to Fred as it will keep him smiling.

Edited by Bazzman - 7/9/14 at 6:57pm
post #2890 of 3693

Well, I keep buying headphones so I decided to build another one.  I finished this one last week, I think It turned out pretty well.  It is Maple and Walnut--all-wood joinery (no nails or screws...)



post #2891 of 3693
That's beautiful!!!
post #2892 of 3693
Love the color combination, beautiful piece of work.
post #2893 of 3693

Three hole punch at work. I mean, it has multipurposes.
Edited by JamesHuntington - 7/10/14 at 7:13pm
post #2894 of 3693

The cd spindle I thumbtacked into the wall years ago is still holding up my HD25's...  :tongue:

post #2895 of 3693

I'm still rather proud of the stand I made with nothing but tape.

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