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NSMO Headphone Hanger

NSMO Headphone Hanger

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If you’re looking to get your headphones up and off the desk, safely away from being knocked off or piled on, then the NSMO Headphone Hanger is a solid option on its own. However, it’s the two additional accessory hooks that really make it the Swiss Army knife of your storage setup Read More

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Je_Saist
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Apr 26, 2024
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Interesting Concept let down by practicality.
There's a lot to like with the NSMO hanger. The price point for starters as this is a relatively inexpensive headphone hanger. It's also very easy to like the bit of the stand used to hang headphones upon. A nice Rubber archway that supports a wide range of headbands and headphones. Now, admittedly, my own headphone collection has shrunk a bit, but the stand fits what I have just fine. The stand also fits a few game controllers... kind of. That's really the ding here. How much mileage you will get out of the stand will really depend on what you are trying to hang on it. Now, to be fair here, I didn't actually adjust the stand in between pictures, nor did I change out the headphones, but, for example: Steam Deck and Nintendo Joy Cons on a frame? Kind of.
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Dualshock 4 and a Gamecube style controller? Well, the GCN controller isn't exactly stable.
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Dual Shock 3 and a Sega Saturn Pad? Well, yeah, kind of.
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Xbox 360/One/S/X controller and Nintendo Joy Cons? Yeah, it'll fit.
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For the record, I did try an N64 controller and a Steam Controller, but they wouldn't stay put. Anyways, the point is that the headset stand is really let down by the lack of adjustment. Aside from moving the bracing struts up and down along the main tower there just isn't any flexibility here. There's no adjustment for where the headphone sits, how far apart the bracing struts are, or anything else. Sure, if you had a 3D printer you could PROBABLY work up some custom braces to better hold controllers, but really, if you're that good at 3D printing you probably aren't going to be buying a prebuilt headphone stand to begin with. So, if NSMO were to be reading this, and I could give them ideas on a Gen 2 stand, I'd suggest that it'd be nice if the headphone hanger itself were just an inch or two further out from the main tower to give better clearance on the back side. I'd also suggest tossing in a couple more types of braces for the back of that tower so that more items can sit in a relative stable manner.
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Recommends this product? Yes
Je_Saist
169
Apr 26, 2024
Je_SaistI went ahead and shot a couple more pictures to kind of, well, be a bit silly, but also maybe show how the size of the headphones will affect placement options. So first up was to mention a combo from the first post, an N64 Controller and a Steam Controller. Now, the Steam Controller is actually stable on the bracing arm, but as seen with a slightly larger set of headphones, the Steam Controller and the Headphones are in full contact. Depending on the size of the controller or device on the bracing arm and the size of the headphones, even a stable placement can turn into a launched device. The N64 controller is, hopefully, an obvious joke.
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So, one more photo, this time with one of the bracing arms adjusted so that the headphones and the Steam Controller are no longer trying to occupy the same physical space at the same time. However, if you DO have headphones of substantial size and a controller of substantial size, this pretty much limits how many devices can be practically held.
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So that kind of circles back around to a conclusion from the original review. It would be nice if a second gen model moved the headphones out a bit more from the support tower, and if there were a few more bracing arm options out of the box.
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