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post #1 of 9
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Hi all,

 

this one looks great. Anyone having it yet?

 

http://www.monoandstereo.com/2011/12/ca-electronics-hs-1-headphone-stand.html

 

stiere.jpg

 

Best.

 

M.

 

 

post #2 of 9
Hi,

I actually received mine a couple of days ago and I love them! They are very sturdy, they position firmly on the ground/table and the headphones fit on them really well without stretching the headband. Also, last but not least....they are very pretty! I both have the black version and the white, love them equally!

Best,

Indra
post #3 of 9

price?

post #4 of 9

The HS-1 is 69 euro in the Netherlands, prices can be a bit different depending on the country (due to shipping costs and VAT etc).

 

 

post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by ca-electronics View Post

The HS-1 is 69 euro in the Netherlands, prices can be a bit different depending on the country (due to shipping costs and VAT etc).

 

 



Ah helaas! Another luxery stand. I was hoping for a more budget oriented one. Great design though! 

post #6 of 9

a bit over my comfort zone of pricing but i think i will be getting one none the less.

some stores sell them for €80 but my limit is €69 .. Besides when i get one i always get a cable or something else in the store..So will be spending €80 in that store ;-) ah well 

nice peace of kit..will work fine with my new T5p's ..i they would cost €50 they would be a killer ..

 

i almost got the wooden "Sieveking Sound Omega Walnut" but i don't like the idea that it can bend as it's made out of natural material ,that bends and so on..

 

the HS-1 misses just one thing and that's rubber padding on the feet so not to scratch my desk..

Take a look at the "cooler master JAS PRO" notebook stand , the use of rubber padding is 100% perfect..

post #7 of 9

i just found a different brand ..made out of wood..

 

http://www.rooms-design.de/index.html

 

personally i think i will be going with the aluminium model..

and adding sum Felt padding to the bottom will do the trick.

So i can move the stand around without scratch my desk. 

post #8 of 9

Got my "CA Electronics HS-1" today i was looking at a lot of stands including the well known " Sieveking Sound Omega " i found different stores selling both for €69 $91.

As i live in Holland no shipping costs problem..

 

But i still haven't received my Beyerdyanmic Headphone so the in depth review will have to wait..

 

 

ps. i got a great deal on these for just €40 from someone that was not using it..

i would love to get a second one for the same price or a bit more hahaha. 

Why you ask ? well just because i love the way it looks ..Perhaps a black one..

or a second white to balance of this one hahaha..

 

Well as i sad i will prepare a good review for you all as soon as i get my Big heavy T5p's

 

For now i can say that i like this Stand a lot..

And i'm not saying this because i'm dutch and this is a dutch product. hahahah

 

i will leave you with this thought wood is a living product that reacts to heat and humidity.

So there is a possibility that the material will do what all wood does in nature..

That's the mean reason i got this stand..

 

But final word when i can review it with a big pair of cans..

Probably in a week or two..

 

greets

post #9 of 9

 

 

Not a wonderful shot, but here's my Philips Fidelio X1 on them. I think they look quite good with larger headphones. 

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