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  1. fbarberis
    Chinese back scratchers!
    I also have a non regulable model made with half inch metalic courtain rods.
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  2. Teknowafel
    I am yet to figure out how this is relevant.
  3. Walderstorn
    Best looking crack i have ever seen. That is a piece of art.
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  5. Paladin79
    You are most kind, I made one with carbon fiber for my son, and I am in the middle of a third and fourth build but only one qualifies as a true Crack. This has little to do with headphone stands, sorry for going off topic. IMG_2210.JPG IMG_2243.JPG
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2017
  6. Myoilu
    I've admired this thread for years and it's finally time to compile my headphone stands as I just made two more. So here are some pictures of my DIY stands and how I have them displayed.

    I guess I'll start with my mod of the headphone stand by @Suraki I made this a couple years ago to keep the wires of my el-8 from touching the base & threw in a laser-etched nameplate. It has LED edge-lighting:
    HPStand-4.jpg HPStand-5.jpg

    My second stand was made out of a paper towel holder I bent at the top:
    HPStand-8.jpg HPStand-9.jpg

    The third stand I made was created out of the base of a broken desk lamp, some aluminum tube, copper pipe and the leftover LED's from the first stand:
    HPStand-10.jpg HPStand-11.jpg

    And that leaves my latest stand, which I made two of for about $20 total with parts from IKEA and some aluminum tube. I really like the simplicity of these:
    HPStand-6.jpg HPStand-7.jpg

    And all of them in my new IKEA display cabinet ($60)
  7. Mellowship
    Hey! Great stands (and headphones btw!). Your "paper towel" stand looks so much better than mine's! Did you spray any finish on it?
  8. Mellowship
    been using the old Creative Cambridge Soundworks satellite as a stand since the Grado's headband fits nicely. :beyersmile:
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  9. Myoilu
    Nope, it came with a dipped base I when bought it. IIRC I got it from Target.
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  10. mandello
    Done today...
  11. mandello
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  12. rymd
    I can finally contribute something! But I didn't DIY this, my sister did after I balked at throwing down $200 for a Sieveking Omega. It's made with solid ash and traditional woodworking joinery. 100% hand cut, sanded, and oiled. Nice and sturdy, unlike the flimsy Omega knockoffs on Amazon and AliExpress.

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  13. gimmeheadroom
    Fantastic craftsmanship. I love the steampunk style.
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