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post #16 of 44
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Originally Posted by lisnalee View Post
I would like to get one of these but the price in th UK is a joke, about $35 - $40
Huh, can't you just order one from from Jan for €25 (£17)? I just bought a Corda Move from him, and i've been looking for a headphone stand for a while. I can't believe i missed this stand on his website, it would have only cost £10 if i ordered it with the amplifier.
post #17 of 44
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the advice! Purchased.

The pricing on these is incredibly odd though. I bought it direct from Senn for $22. The cheapest I found on froogle is $35 before S&H.
post #18 of 44
just ordered 2 myself...as far as transportability goes, those banana stands are a pain in the ass
post #19 of 44
The HH10 is a really nice and versatile headphone holder. I've been using the one I got with the HD595. Although if I had the 650, I would probably prefer to use the box to store the headphones rather than using the HH10.
post #20 of 44
Has anybody used this headphone stand with the DT 770 Pros, or something similar?
post #21 of 44
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Originally Posted by soloz2 View Post
you can check shipping from NY to where you live use zip 14744 as reference. if it'll be cheaper you can have one shipped to me and I'll forward it along to you.
Thanks very much for the offer, truely the spirit of headfi .

But i dont want to put you out over something a silly as this, if its ok with you i save that favor for another time
post #22 of 44
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Originally Posted by Mansize_tissue View Post
Huh, can't you just order one from from Jan for €25 (£17)? I just bought a Corda Move from him, and i've been looking for a headphone stand for a while. I can't believe i missed this stand on his website, it would have only cost £10 if i ordered it with the amplifier.
I probably will order from jan but it's just annoying that we have to fork out €25/$34 for something which you can buy direct from Senn Usa at $17.18
post #23 of 44
Thread Starter 
If you are wondering what these would cost (based on my ordered pair):

HH10 : $17.18
Shipping (Senn to Me) : $5
Shipping (Chicago to England, assuming 2 pounds) : $16.80

Total : $38.98 (£21.13, €29.80)

I might have to sell mine, or use them for my Grado's. I am not liking the HD650's despite being in love with the HD600's
post #24 of 44
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Originally Posted by Mansize_tissue View Post
Has anybody used this headphone stand with the DT 770 Pros, or something similar?
No problem.

My DT 880/990, which are quite similar, sit well on these hangers.
post #25 of 44
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Originally Posted by Tbln View Post
No problem.

My DT 880/990, which are quite similar, sit well on these hangers.
Thank you, that's good to know. I just wish i saw this on Jan's site before i ordered my amplifier, now i'm going to have to pay more if i get it.

If it's possible, i'd like to take the bracket off the stand, leaving just the curved stand bit, and attach that to a flat piece of wood. I don't really have an "edge" available to clamp the stand to. Is it possible to take the bracket bit off?
post #26 of 44
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Originally Posted by lisnalee View Post
Thanks very much for the offer, truely the spirit of headfi .

But i dont want to put you out over something a silly as this, if its ok with you i save that favor for another time
the way I see it is if it doesn't cost me money out of my pocket and doesn't take more than say an hour of my time I don't really care too much.
post #27 of 44
Just found another good price for it here for €15.90 there is a minimum spend of €25 + postage but not bad if you needed something else.
post #28 of 44
Can anyone explain how to adjust this stand? My friend gave it to me, it didn't come with any documentation. The clamping part only opens about 3/8 inch--- it looks to me like it should be able to slide in the rails to adjust it, but I can't figure out how to do this.
post #29 of 44
Would I be able to find this in Australia at all?
I have only seen it packaged with HD485's.
post #30 of 44
I went the DIY route...I use a glass brick, lol. Looks cool, works great, and itdoesn't cause them to hang (the ear cups hold them in place with very little compression). Picked it up at home depot fot $2.00.
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