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Codia Headphone Stand

post #1 of 28
Thread Starter 

Hello,

 

I have found a really nice headphone stand from a Youtube video from a company called Codia. After a lengthy Google search I could not find their company, or any other mention of the Headphone Stand. I sent an email to the address mentioned in the Youtube video, and got this reply email below.

 

 

Quote:

Hello,

 

It's nice having your email.^^

I am a producer of Codia Headphone stand. located in Seoul, Korea.

 

I (We, Codia) produce Hi-Fi audio accessories, like audio rack and speakers.

You can visit our website.

http://cafe.naver.com/codia7

 

To regret, all written in Korean, but you can see photos,

This is a link for the headphone stand you are now interested in,

http://cafe.naver.com/codia7/485

 

The price for the headphone stand is u$120 for walnut , and u$ 75 for birch plywood.

You can pay it by paypal.

 

 

My concern is if this is a legit business, or if I would be sending money to scammers. Has anyone purchased from this company before?

 

Thank-you for any help in advance.

post #2 of 28

I can't speak to whether or not they're legit, but that's a pretty nice-looking stand.

 

Although your post is pretty suspect.

post #3 of 28
Thread Starter 

I have taken a gamble on these, hopefully they arrive :S

 

I will (again...hopefully) post pictures when it arrives, otherwise pass on my hard lesson learnt.

post #4 of 28

RIMG0023 trimmed.jpg

 

My birch plywood stand arrived a couple of days ago.  Very nice 'thin' lacquer finishes, rock solid stable stance.  I like it.  Also shown on the HD-800 is my 4-pin mini-XLR male connector for use with the Q cable, cheers  

post #5 of 28

 

80,000.00 KRW

 

=

 

68.4062 USD

 

 

150,000.00 KRW

 

=

 

128.262 USD

 

non painted model costs 68$

post #6 of 28

OP is pretty sketchy.  First post on the forums with the product in his avatar.... right....  Checking all the wrong boxes right off the bat.

post #7 of 28
Thread Starter 

Hi all,

 

Today i received my headphone stand from Codia, and it really holds my D5k's nicely.

 

First impressions is that it is very smooth and well crafted.

 

Codia Headphone Stand / Denon D5000's / Schiit Asgard / Schiit Bifrost

 

Quote:
OP is pretty sketchy. First post on the forums with the product in his avatar.... right.... Checking all the wrong boxes right off the bat.

 

LOL, thats funny. I'm not sure how I can prove I'm not a "scam seller". 

post #8 of 28

Those do indeed look very nice, are there any rubber feet or mat under the stand to protect what you place the stand on?.

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post #9 of 28
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Kabelmeister View Post

Those do indeed look very nice, are there any rubber feet or mat under the stand to protect what you place the stand on?.

 

They don't come with any protection underneath, but the bottom of the stand is flat enough to attach rubber feet / mat.

post #10 of 28
I am trying to order cordia headphone stand the entire website is in Korean! I have no ideal how to order the stand or even communicate with the company, can anyone help.
post #11 of 28
Thread Starter 

I just emailed the company on the below email address. He speaks pretty good English...

 

giga1kr@naver.com

 

His name is Miles Lee.

post #12 of 28

Were the prices quoted including shipping?

 

I'm pretty keen on these as well.

post #13 of 28

I just received my Codia Birch Plywood stand.

 

Shipping to Australia was very fast and the unit is of real high quality.

They seem to fit my Beyerdynamic DT880 Headphones perfectly.

 

 

 

 


Edited by midnightfox - 10/4/12 at 10:28pm
post #14 of 28
how much did it cost including shipping fox?
post #15 of 28
Which pics Re of the painted and which are not?
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