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Old 05-04-2012, 08:24 AM
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... I didn't notice you had a set of those. ...
That's fine, we all have different opinions and you are entitled to yours. My statement is based on seeing the quality/workmanship, feeling them and testing the mechanism. If you've ever worked with metal, you would know the quality that goes into them by what I just said. Yes they are expensive but in the grand scheme of what some folks pay for their headphones I'd say those are a drop in the bucket. BTW the version that I have is different and only sells for $34.00 here but I got mine cheaper Mine has no moving parts but has similar precision and sometimes I hang more than my headphones from it.
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Old 07-06-2012, 11:31 AM
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I have a high tech place for mine.

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Old 07-06-2012, 09:26 PM
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But apparently not a high tech camera.
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I've always kind of wanted one, but yes, they are way too expensive if you don't make one yourself IMO.

I just use the original box, modified a bit for my HD 650's, and everything else just gets left about.
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Old 07-07-2012, 05:44 PM
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I've always kind of wanted one, but yes, they are way too expensive if you don't make one yourself IMO. I just use the original box, modified a bit for my HD 650's, and everything else just gets left about.
I had a home made one until Jack gifted me one, but there's also many low cost solutions of both wooden or metal hooks available. Display those bad boys, my fav phones too ♪ ♫ ♪ ♫ ♪
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I should take a picture of the inside of my backpack.
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I should take a picture of the inside of my backpack.
Gee, don't you worry about crushing your 'phones?
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Gee, don't you worry about crushing your 'phones?
They're cheap. Seem to last anywhere from 6 to 18 months, before a wire goes bad. They have their own pocket. No way I'd subject anything over $30 to the regimen.
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My daily on the go use 'phones are Sony xb300 and i toss em in my bag daily and they are still in good shape at a year old lol.
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Here's some of the pics from google "ikea wall hanger with headphones"


more: http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl...G4PQ2wWOkf3TCQ
that is so easy, just need a hook
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WalkGood and I think alike. I store my headphones, HD600s and Mad Dogs, on Woo Audio stands. I also enjoy Woo's WA6.

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Either buy or build a headphone stand, there's loads of pictures on the net. If you have limited space and want to get them off the desk, ikea sells some nice wall hooks that work as headphone hangers. My old one was made from bamboo that I sourced locally for free but I don't have a picture. I guess Jack felt sorry for me when I told him about my stand and he gave me one of these, Woo headphone stand

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