ADV. Dual Suspension Headphone Hanger
ADV. Dual Suspension Headphone Hanger
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If you have one or more pairs of headphones that you use at your desk, you know that finding a place to put them isn’t always as easy as it should be. The Dual Suspension Headphone Hanger from ADV Read More

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alieu5896
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Sep 30, 2020
Any update on when this will ship? Estimate was 9/24
GfromSLC
29
Aug 23, 2020
Name implies off-road capabilities
Lingouser
25
Aug 4, 2020
I wonder if we will ever get a new color? Maybe a Drop.com custom color .... am I dreaming to much?? 😍
langdon
2
Jul 31, 2020
Had this in my cart, then found that this was available on Amazon. With Prime free shipping, Amazon turns out to be the same or cheaper, without the month-long wait. It doesn't seem the Drop discount provides any advantage over waiting for a discount or coupon on Amazon Prime.
micahjrose
126
Jul 31, 2020
I got deskmount headphone stands from a studio equipment supplier, three 'single' headphone clamp to desk stands for about $35. In reality, these 'single' headphones stands I bought can generally hold two headphones because they have a broad platform and have two spots for cables to be anchored positioned at the end. The platform for holding headphones on these looks narrow, so I would be more inclined to think that you can't fit two headphones on one hook. The design of this also positions headphones below the desk, whereas what I have positions headphones slightly above the level of the desk. I think that buying two 'studio spares' desk clamping headphone stands is probably a better buy than buying this ADV product. The best use case I can see for this is when you want to have multiple pairs of IEMs. The 3 cord slots on each one could mean having 6 pairs of IEMs on one stand, which is pretty cool.
Freakshow
9
Jun 25, 2020
I only wish they would allow for slightly thicker desks. I have reclaimed wood and it's a 1/4" too thick. Grr.
Mishotaki
11
Jun 25, 2020
30$ for 2 pieces of cast steel, 1 piece of bent steel, 2 spacers, 1 bolt and a twisty knob? I feel like 900 people are spending a lot of money for not a lot...
Freakshow
9
Jul 31, 2020
@Lingouser I think @Mishotaki is illustrating that ~$30 is an ok price. ;-)
Lingouser
25
Aug 1, 2020
lol, yeah I think so!
rhpot1991
78
Jun 23, 2020
Am I the only one who feels that the bridge is too narrow on these, thus putting pressure on headband padding?
Fulluphigh
95
Jun 22, 2020
I quite like these and it would be neat to fit two into the space of one, but I'm curious how headphones with foam or padding on the headband hold up? For example, Sennheisers? I use the one I have for my Arctis 5 headset (between the band and the strap) or AKGs or others with no padding, but I worry about wearing out the padding on the band (which is extremely important for Sennheiser's lol)...
Nephix
6
Mar 7, 2020
Price seems really steep considering the K&M 16090 hanger can be had for less, is widely available and has better build quality.
SnowBoarder
7
Apr 10, 2020
The K&M 16090 is a single headphone hanger, so it isn't exactly a fair comparison...
micahjrose
126
Jul 31, 2020
I have a K&M. I routinely put two headphones on it. Unless you have really wide band, it works really well.
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