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Poll Results: Would you buy this headphone stand for € 99,-?

 
  • 25% (21)
    Yeah sure
  • 9% (8)
    Even more than one!
  • 41% (34)
    No way!
  • 22% (18)
    Maybe...
81 Total Votes  
post #46 of 57

I liked the design and the idea, price is way too expensive (3 stands = 1 nice headphone).

The acrylic knock off look good and price is very attractive, wonder if any body has got one of these and would care to post his opinion on it.

 

At the moment I'm rocking 2 Rubbermaid Hose Hooks with 2 headphones each, never had a problem with them falling over, and looking at the photos above it doesn't look like the Omega stand would comfortably hold 2 Grados at one time.

post #47 of 57

As another poster mentioned, I think an appropriate price would be $89. I'd imagine the vast majority of people that spring for these have a single reference set of headphones in the $1,000+ range. It just doesn't make sense for a $300-400 set of cans. 

post #48 of 57
Quote:
Originally Posted by HiGHFLYiN9 View Post

As another poster mentioned, I think an appropriate price would be $89. I'd imagine the vast majority of people that spring for these have a single reference set of headphones in the $1,000+ range. It just doesn't make sense for a $300-400 set of cans. 


Thats true, but even for HifiMan 500's, or vintage headphones they want an affordable headphone stand. Im not saying it should be $89 because it looks like crap, just saying people love it, its just a little high for some folks considering the simplicity it design,etc.

 

post #49 of 57

I have one. It's really nice build and by far the nicest looking stand on the marked. But seriously 100€ is a lot for a headphone stand. Luckily for me i won it :-)

post #50 of 57

Here's a photo with my grados on. 

 

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Edited by Mathias Bak - 10/26/11 at 1:09am
post #51 of 57
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Originally Posted by Mathias Bak View Post

Here's a photo with my grados on. 


Love the setup, ill buy everythingcool.gif

 

post #52 of 57

wow, beautiful setup, especially with the woo audio in the back.. just wondering how hard is the Grado being clamped onto the stand, is it a tight clamp that will compress the pads?
 

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Originally Posted by Mathias Bak View Post

Here's a photo with my grados on. 

 

m123j.jpg



 

post #53 of 57

Perfecty tight. I know it sounds a bit stupid, but it's just a little more tight than hanging loose. smile.gif

post #54 of 57

Just wondering, anyone know (or use) the Sieveking Sound Omega stand with a Sennheiser HD 600/650?

 

I'm wondering if it will fit--I just bought the 600 (yay!) and from the photos, I'm not sure if the headband would fit and I'm not sure how far it can stretch out, and I have a small head. Also, I've yet to find any photos of the Sieveking with the HD600/650.

post #55 of 57

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Elegance... redefined...


Edited by HelloHell - 11/12/11 at 1:28am
post #56 of 57

It's just wrong to put those beautiful AT's to those stands... Not good for arches or pads...

post #57 of 57

A picture with the LCD-2. 

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