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post #136 of 544

Just got back from home depot...exactly what I've been looking for, thanks BluFalcon. 

 

 

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post #137 of 544

Got mine today...the color scheme coincidentally matches with the DT990s perfectly. beyersmile.png

 

 

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Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 11/30/10 at 4:23pm
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I originally wanted to get the hose hook, but my dad said it would take too much of my desk space. So, he bought me this instead; Not bad for something worth $8 or $9

post #139 of 544

Thought about something like that, but I didn't wanna put holes on these weak walls. That and some headphones need quite a bit of clearance from the wall.

 

Looks fantastic, btw.

 

What we all need now is something for wire management. The two right legs of my upper computer desk platform is what I wrap my cable with...

 

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Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 11/30/10 at 5:19pm
post #140 of 544

I surprised no one went to buy these for a stand and didn't leave with the actual wall mounting bracket and the thinner attachements that would easily let your headphones hang far away from the wall.  Since I don't own this place I'm not punching any holes in the walls, but if it was my house I would have had the whole works in my shopping cart.  Just picked up 3 of them today.  Going to mod one to accommodate the ad700's immense girth.  

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I surprised no one went to buy these for a stand and didn't leave with the actual wall mounting bracket and the thinner attachements that would easily let your headphones hang far away from the wall.  Since I don't own this place I'm not punching any holes in the walls, but if it was my house I would have had the whole works in my shopping cart.  Just picked up 3 of them today.  Going to mod one to accommodate the ad700's immense girth.  



Like many people are going to say... ???? 

post #142 of 544
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Glad to see this solution has worked out for many of you.  Enjoy. 

post #143 of 544

I am working on a stand made on the potters wheel. Stay tuned!

post #144 of 544
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I am working on a stand made on the potters wheel. Stay tuned!



I hope for your sake that it is made out of clay.

post #145 of 544

Received my stands from Rubbermaid's webstore.

 

Even tho the site shows the newer version, I received the old version which works out for the better because after seeing all these pics, the old version definitely looks better.

 

However, one stand has the top part tilted about 8 degrees left to right so it kind of suck... but I will use that to hang my earbuds/iems

 

 

 

post #146 of 544

Want to chime in first to thank the OP for this great find and second to offer some tips. I just got back from Home Depot where it took me 20 minutes to find this thing. Not surprisingly, the CSR assumed it was in Garden. I suggested it might be in garage organization. The computer said Storage but I guess my Home Depot recently rearranged stuff so their storage was just a few different sizes of cardboard boxes and dollies. I found it in the front of the store where they have all the showcase items; items not in regular aisles.

 

There was an end cap of them with different models.

 

Rubbermaid FastTrack Hose hook 5E12

071691230205

$9.97

 

I am using them with my HD600's and to be honest, they are too short. The cable plugs hit/rest on the bottom front of the bottom support. I wish this thing were taller. I supposed it has to do with how much I have the ears extended down. I have a small-to-typical sized noggin so that shouldn't be a factor. I suppose I could collapse the HD600's each time but I don't want to put wear on the band.


Edited by sygyzy - 12/7/10 at 4:19pm
post #147 of 544

Or do what everyone else has done who have bigger than average cans, add something to the top where the headband rests to raise the headphone off the ground a little bit.

post #148 of 544

any link on the home depot site where you can order this?

post #149 of 544

Nevermind.. I found it for 10 bucks on amazon!

 

http://www.amazon.com/Rubbermaid-5E12-FastTrack-Hose-Hook/dp/B0009J5NUY

 

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Nevermind.. I found it for 10 bucks on amazon!

 

http://www.amazon.com/Rubbermaid-5E12-FastTrack-Hose-Hook/dp/B0009J5NUY

 


just ordered 2 


Edited by Proglover - 12/8/10 at 2:34am
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