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post #1 of 57
Thread Starter 

excited about getting my DT 880s and wanted to start a thread for people to share how they display their headphones wether it's with a stand or whatever.  I'm really suprised most of the stuff, even on ebay, is $30+ for such a simple construction.  Post what you got and where you got it.

here's some decent looking things from ebay, but let's see what's really cool out there.
 

 

 


Edited by 00birdy - 9/1/12 at 9:18am
post #2 of 57
I saw the second one on ebay but I'm afraid of it recessing the padding where it presses against.
post #3 of 57
Thread Starter 
Yeah that was definately one of the cheapest ones at around $20. Anyone else gonna share?
post #4 of 57

I got the SieveKing stand in Walnut to hold my glorious LCD-2.

 

 

post #5 of 57

You'll enjoy the DIY headphone stand thread I think. 

I use a banana stand, with the hook stretched out a bit, this one actually.

post #6 of 57

 

Kolbalt K-rail wall system Shoulder Hook. $10 at Lowe's.

It's on it's side. The metal bit holding the 'phones is supposed to attach to a rail on the wall. so you can hang stuff on the padded hook.

Works!

post #7 of 57
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ahhh yes finally some common sense prices.  Thank you.  just found this thread.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/523324/new-headphone-stand

It's amazing how much they think they can gouge us hobbyists.  Suddenly some shaved and stained wood becomes worth $80 when I can buy an entire wood kitchen table for that price. 
 

 

Seeing this one actually made me angry. 
$550 or $300 for some ugly garbage.
http://www.klutzdesign.com/CanCans-headphone-stand.html
 

post #8 of 57

I make acoustic guitars as a hobby. I think I'll make my own headphone stands. Maybe if they turn out nice I'll sell them online for $79.99 to 00birdy

The one in post #4, a few minutes with a bending iron, nice simple design though.


Edited by machoboy - 9/1/12 at 9:05pm
post #9 of 57
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yeah those are $145 apparently.  haha I mean really.  where are they making up these numbers.   I'll be buying some of those $10 home depot ones.  I also found what I think was a slightly different one at Lowes here which seems cool too. 

http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?ipTrail=75.114.243.84&catalogId=10051&productId=3455004&selectedLocalStoreBeanArray=%5Bcom.lowes.commerce.storelocator.beans.LocatorStoreBean%407fe07fe%5D&cmRelshp=req&storeNumber=2570&langId=-1&cId=PDIO1&partNumber=220190-46880-CMHH-6BK&storeId=10151&rel=nofollow

also found these on like page 70 something of the DIY thread.. another good idea.

http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60152590/

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Also have a Sieveking but it is not tall enough for the Audeze(unless you remove the cables)!The stand looks quite stylish,too expensive though!!!

post #11 of 57

1st post...

 

Thanks, Parbaked, for a great idea.  My SR60's should look great on one of those shoulder hooks!

post #12 of 57

I have one that's fairly similar to this:

http://www.organizeit.com/hand-towel-holder-nickel.asp?SSAID=287089&cmpid=SAS

Mine has more wood, but it's the same idea.  I paid about $15 for it from Bed Bath and Beyond.  I got a couple napkin rings and other slightly larger ring type things (toilet paper rolls, lint roller refills, etc.) to slide over the poles to distribute the pressure over a wider area.

post #13 of 57

cheap plastic and the cord hits the bottom of the stand... but it looks ok.

 

post #14 of 57

Yep I have the same stand... got it for $5 at BB that one time. Cheap plastic but it's functional, and I do prefer it over makeshift ones like the pipe holders or watnot.

post #15 of 57

Fiio HS-1, ~$20. Not the most amazing build quality/materials, but it's cheap and looks good. It even comes with a dust cover.

 

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