I&S Millworks Headphone Stands

I&S Millworks Headphone Stands

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Available exclusively on Massdrop, these stands put your headphones on full display while eliminating cable clutter on your desk. Each stand is crafted from a combination of maple, walnut, padauk, or purpleheart woods, and designed to let your cans to rest snugly without adding extra tension—so your headband won’t stretch out over time Read More

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yurgen74
1
Oct 31, 2018
rhenom
529
Dec 5, 2017
If there was an ebony version of this for a price premium I would buy it.
KJ741N
Dec 6, 2017
African Ebony is possibly the most expensive wood on earth right now. This is not a wood that would be used for something as trivial as a headphone stand.
it could be but it would be very expensive =D and I would probably ruin enough to make it not worth it. Seems like even with the CNC router I still have about a 10-15% failure rate on tear outs that cannot be corrected
A community member
Dec 2, 2017
$75 for a marginally better stand than the one we can get on Amazon, shipped for free or within the day, at 1/2 the price of this. And to think this is supposed to be 25% off.
Badera
20
Dec 2, 2017
The one we can get at Amazon? Which one do you mean?
I'm not sure which stand you are referring to but we have only sold these on massdrop. this is a premium product not mass market. some people appreciate having options for higher quality products. and as the person who makes these by hand I can assure you they are under priced for this sale.
ScroogeMcDuck
254
Nov 30, 2017
$75 for a stand? Nope
Yakov
1415
Dec 2, 2017
It's a glorious piece of work. I would share photos but it's currently 2 in the morning where I'm living.
Bought the purple heart model to go with my Fostex. She a hefty beaut.
And yes, I'm still using the foam package material I&S used for shipping for my audio equipment.
thank you so much for the compliment!
CamperIV
357
Nov 30, 2017
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How about no, holy shit.
Badera
20
Dec 1, 2017
Come on. The thinner version of this stand had 12,25 bucks shipping, the TH-X00 was 15 bucks for shipping, now it is 47,25???
TextureMan
290
Dec 3, 2017
Niekto z Ceska? to ma poser...
LedZeppels
5
Sep 9, 2017
I can't recommend waiting for these. Look through the thread, a number of people including myself have had issues. I was told I would get a replacement and haven't heard a word since. That's was 5 months ago. They definitely don't arrive like they appear in the pictures. Mine actually was a little lopsided with one side about a 1/4 in. higher than the other. But up to you...
Augmentum
6
Sep 1, 2017
Are these dropping any time soon again?? Missed out :(
strooper
45
Jun 3, 2017
I'm a woodworker. I purchased one of these from the photos. Why? I saw nice wood, good craftsmanship and a nice finish. I could do all of this pretty easily, but getting good wood to make a single stand results in a lot of extra wood. If I had another project in mind for the same wood, that's no problem, but I didn't, so I ponied up. The craftsmanship of the delivered product is good. The glue-ups are solid. The shaping is professional. That leaves the finish. Well... I should have made my own headphone stand. I could accomplish the same finish in 5 minutes. Want to know how? Rub a wax on. Wait 3 minutes. Rub it off. Put stand in box. Ship.
Let me put this in context. If you don't have a planer, can't glue up wood, or don't have a bandsaw (or much better yet a shaper and a template), then consider buying one of these. Otherwise, save your money and make something specific to you for less $, more fun and with a much, Much, MUCH, better finish.
This is something I see a lot of in Etsy and other places--cut a nice piece of wood, rub on a wax or a single linseed oil coat, and ship. That's not a finish folks. You purchased wood because wood is beautiful, it evolves, it lasts. All of this is true but only when finished right. A headphone stand is not a wooden spoon. Put a reasonable coat on it.
TheTaylor
3
Jun 5, 2017
Hi Stroop thanks for your feedback, do you have any images of the finish you are disappointed in? We finish these with oil based poly not wax or linseed oil. We use oil instead of wax to help give some protection from dings, with the purpleheart and padauk we also spray a UV protective coating before the oil poly to prevent discoloration due to UV light from windows.
Anent
165
May 3, 2017
@InkedandScreened-Support -- It'd be great to see a photo of the "Massdrop x Sennheiser HD 6XX Headphones" WITH ATTACHED CABLE (such as "ZY Balanced Cable for HD 6XX Headphones") while mounted on your stand.
Hi Anent, unfortunately we do not have that headphone at our workshop, maybe someone at massdrop can wrangle one up as they have a few of our stands floating around their office.
Anent
165
May 4, 2017
@ArthurM @Matt.T -- hey guys, please get a photo posted as requested.
Tasselhoff
520
Apr 7, 2017
$50 shipping....... nope!
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