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post #31 of 44
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Originally Posted by Golden Monkey View Post
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.
Any chance of getting a picture ?? Would you be able to get more than one pair of cans on them??
post #32 of 44
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Any chance of getting a picture ?? Would you be able to get more than one pair of cans on them??
I don't have a pic of my setup, but the larger ones like this:

would easily fit two pairs of cans, but you'd be using the exterior surface to hold the headphones. I'm using just a single "normal brick sized" brick for mine. The inner surface of them where the cups hold has a nice roughish texture to them, like they are sandblasted, that just enough tack to hold the cans gently in place. If you image search for them, you'll find a lot of different and beautiful varieties...lots of colors and patterns to choose from.
post #33 of 44
I brought an actual head for mine, glass i might add. It looks the muts nuts and it can double as a lamp too..
post #34 of 44
I've been wanting the HH10 for months to use for my hd555s but could never find them in stock anywhere! Didn't even see the Sennheiser store come up in any searching I did.

Just ordered for ~$17. Thanks for making the topic
post #35 of 44
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I brought an actual head for mine, glass i might add. It looks the muts nuts and it can double as a lamp too..
OMG, if I see that in the middle of the night, I'd probably jump out of the bed and faint.

I'm very superstitious.

Good idea, though.
post #36 of 44
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thanks for those pictures and google for getting me to your post!
I just ordered 6.

my desk is just gosh darn a MESS!



i think i'll attach the hh10 on the side of the HDTV.

paul
post #37 of 44
not as messy anymore

post #38 of 44
hehe, I feel inadequate now :P

I use a, umm, metal cup holder!
post #39 of 44
headphone as bookends



paul
post #40 of 44

Is there a store in the bay area, California that carries the HH10 so I could try it out? Thanks.

post #41 of 44

ehi guys where I can find the Senheiser's stand?Wherever I find it, it out off sale...

post #42 of 44
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Originally Posted by presidentof69 View Post

I've been wanting the HH10 for months to use for my hd555s but could never find them in stock anywhere! Didn't even see the Sennheiser store come up in any searching I did.

Just ordered for ~$17. Thanks for making the topic

can you help me to find it?

post #43 of 44

HH10 is a little tricky to understand how clamp sets up. Other than that it is an excellently designed and manufactured headphone stand. will fit desk thickness up to 2'' I estimate, maybe a little more. I paid $10.50 but note the price has gone up as I purchase a second unit. Love Sennheiser, own many models and expect the best from them. This stand matches in every way that excellence.

post #44 of 44

This might sound like an odd question, but what is the depth of the clamp mechanism on the HH10? My desk is only 1" thick (certainly within the width specs of the clamp detailed in this thread), but it has a 1.25" chamfer along the edge, so I'm not sure if the clamp is deep enough to reach the flat surface of the desk. Can someone who owns one of these provide the exact dimensions of the clamp?

 

It looks like a very nice headphone stand, but I can't seem find detailed specifications on it anywhere.

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