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Originally Posted by mooshimuushi View Post

I can't find any decent headphone holder/stand in Australia (which is cheap). This smucks. . .



http://www.ebay.com/itm/250860929705?ssPageName=STRK:MESINDXX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1436.l2649#ht_2322wt_1169

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Originally Posted by mooshimuushi View Post

I can't find any decent headphone holder/stand in Australia (which is cheap). This smucks. . .


This one is just under $20 AUD available at pretty much every Bunnings store in Australia: 

http://www.bunnings.com.au/products_product_hose-hook-5e12_3210.aspx

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This looks pretty good :)



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This one is just under $20 AUD available at pretty much every Bunnings store in Australia: 

http://www.bunnings.com.au/products_product_hose-hook-5e12_3210.aspx


Isn't this wall-mounted? Is there a standing version of this? Just like in page 1? Nah, jokes. It would be a dream to have what the Americans have in Australia.

 

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Isn't this wall-mounted? Is there a standing version of this? Just like in page 1? Nah, jokes. It would be a dream to have what the Americans have in Australia.

 


The one he linked is exactly the same as the one on page 1, cost $20 from Bunnings and work great.

 

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The one he linked is exactly the same as the one on page 1, cost $20 from Bunnings and work great.

 


The one linked from bunnings, isn't that wall mounted?

 

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Yes it is wall mount, but it can stand on the two bars quite well.  Then you essentially uses the bit that you attach to the wall to hook the headphones.

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Yes it is wall mount, but it can stand on the two bars quite well.  Then you essentially uses the bit that you attach to the wall to hook the headphones.



Oooooh! I see it now! Thank you!! :D

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This is the same headphone stand my girlfriend bought me when I was in Korea! 
 



 

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So I thought this was a great idea and bought the hose hook from Lowe's. Anybody have ideas for getting foam-type material to make an insert for the top to prevent headband indentation? I've got M50's and am currently using a sock draped over the silver hook to keep them safe. redface.gif

 

Unfortunately I just don't have any shipping foam laying around...maybe a craft store would have similar material?

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So I thought this was a great idea and bought the hose hook from Lowe's. Anybody have ideas for getting foam-type material to make an insert for the top to prevent headband indentation? I've got M50's and am currently using a sock draped over the silver hook to keep them safe. redface.gif

 

Unfortunately I just don't have any shipping foam laying around...maybe a craft store would have similar material?


Check back a page or two. Copper pipe foam works gloriously. I also found that you can even double it up for added support.

...lol at the sock cover. biggrin.gif
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Check back a page or two. Copper pipe foam works gloriously. I also found that you can even double it up for added support.

...lol at the sock cover. biggrin.gif


Ah, thank you! I swear I read the majority of this thread first to avoid redundancy...so much for that lol.

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...lol at the sock cover. biggrin.gif


Sock cover work great, especially when you wrap socks within socks to provide extra cushion.

 

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He's more like a member of the family than a headphone stand, here he is enjoying my 880s.

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I like it!

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My terrible mod of the stand. Adds about 2 inches and won't crease. Good enough for me!

 

I posted this a few pages back I think, but it's a 3 or 4-in diameter piece of pvc piping wrapped in a towel. Cost about $10 for the rest + $15 for the stand, so $25. Cheaper if you use your own spares.


Edited by Blisse - 9/2/11 at 11:27am
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