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According to specs on line for the new one, it is 9.4in. Just measured mine and it's 9.4in.
 

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is amazon selling the straight triangle frame or the bent one? I think the straighter one looks nicer, and is maybe taller?



Straight one is definitely taller. I can see this being a very common stand actually.


 

 


I suck with metric measurements. Can't write them. Standard Imperial ftw~

 

For updated version:

Max height (not where the headband would rest): 21 cm, approx. 8 1/2 inches.

Holder height (where the headband rests): 8 1/4 inches.

 

I had to add extra padding to my Denons so they wouldnt drag on the floor.


Edited by Blisse - 11/21/10 at 4:24pm
post #107 of 542
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Raguvian, many, MANY thanks for posting those pics. Now all of us Beyer owners can see how well those hose hooks pair up with our 770/880/990s. Also, extra thanks for posting them extended. I was scared that I would've had to retract the 990s to get them to fit. I use 7 notches on both sides (I could do six, but I like mine a little loose).

Big noggin here...


No problem!

 

I use my headphones extended at about 5 notches on both sides and it works fine. I also tried the headphones at 7 notches and they still work fine with the stand.

post #108 of 542

My parents happened needed to get something at Home Depot today. I remembered this thread and thought why not get one? So I kinda bought it on a whim. Sorry about the quality. I took these with my web cam.  

 

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It looks so cool! The gecko is for size comparison biggrin.gif

post #109 of 542
Your M50s must be a new version that plugs directly to the wall. XD

That's what I saw at first glance. @_@
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fotm headphone stand lol

 

is amazon selling the straight triangle frame or the bent one? I think the straighter one looks nicer, and is maybe taller?



Would like to know the answer to this as well before I order one.

post #111 of 542
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Your M50s must be a new version that plugs directly to the wall. XD

That's what I saw at first glance. @_@


Hahaha same here

 

Picked one up at my local Home Depot for kicks today. Propped it right above my computer tower. Very efficient, great find OP!

post #112 of 542

Straight - 5E12-FH-SNCKL

Bent - 5E12-FT-SNCKL

 

Amazon has both depending on who you order from.
 

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Originally Posted by shaggy View Post

fotm headphone stand lol

 

is amazon selling the straight triangle frame or the bent one? I think the straighter one looks nicer, and is maybe taller?



Would like to know the answer to this as well before I order one.

post #113 of 542

omg this makes headphones really classy instead of just being hanged elsewhere or kept. thanks TS! will post pics once i get these and my sr60i!

post #114 of 542
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Yes thanks, looks fine with Beyers!

 

Pretty shame amazon.co.uk doesn't sell them, I guess the only way to get m here in Europe is ordering for USA amazon (shipping time, taxesfrown.gif)



Anyone have any good european headphone stand finds? biggrin.gif

post #115 of 542

I just ordered one of these, will post pics when I get it.

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Just picked one up at Lowe's over lunch break. Now people won't be bashing their knees on the woodclamp-hanger I was using.

 

It's juuuust-barely tall enough for my SRH-840s at their usual extension - it's not hanging perfectly vertically because the plug into the left earcup is resting against the front loop of the stand. I'm also a little concerned at how easy it is to set the phones a little askew and have the phones resting on the clampy-thingy's front or back edge, which aren't sharp but can probably put a nice crease in the padding... I suspect a chunk of 2" PVC pipe slid over the clampy-thingy would solve everything, but for now that's more work than I want to put into this.

 

(edit:) It's a little tippy unloaded, because the rails aren't perfectly straight. But surprisingly stable when loaded with headphones, probably because the base is so broad. The heavier the phones, the more stable it'll be.

 

(edit2:) The local Lowe's charged $12 plus tax. I'd bet they'll be cheaper after the Christmas shopping rush.

 

The sticker and label are still attached because I haven't decided whether to keep it yet or not...


Edited by ardgedee - 11/22/10 at 12:05pm
post #117 of 542

Hello everyone,

 

I just got me that headphone stand from Homedepot.  I love it...its cheap and looks good..yeah a double win! lol  

 

Donald Duck showing off the new headphone stand

 

Have a great day allIMG_3091.JPG

 

tink97

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Hahaha omg!
 

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Good for single-entry, not so much for double-entry.



What are we talking about now?


 


Now, now, guys. ;)

post #119 of 542

This one on eBay looks nice (I think someone posted it earlier in this thread). Guess it was made for AKG headphones originally (label on the base which probably could be removed). On the pricey side, $38 shipped to the US. About 5.5 inches deep and 11" tall.

 

Made of "composite materials" but I wish they stated how much it weighs.

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rt=nc&nma=true&item=260674599451

 

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Edited by lessblue - 11/27/10 at 2:31pm
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This one on eBay looks nice (I think someone posted it earlier in this thread). Guess it was made for AKG headphones originally (label on the base which probably could be removed). On the pricey side, $38 shipped to the US. About 5.5 inches deep and 11" tall.



What's the fun of finding and buying real headphone stands, when you can look into gardening tools and find equally good stands? :P

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