Sieveking Omega Headphone Stand
Sieveking Omega Headphone Stand
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If you’re the kind of audiophile who loves to show off your high performance cans but hates the idea of loose wires cluttering your desk space, display your phones on the Sieveking Omega Headphone Stand, the widely talked about headphone stand large enough to fit virtually all models Read More

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Brinks246
96
May 16, 2017
I wish massdrop would have an omega style headphone stand drop that is around $20 because i cant possibly justify spending $130 on a headphone stand. I mean i might as well just buy a cnc machine (yes it's more but i can at least justify that)
ndustrialhippie
11
May 16, 2017
This is actually made of beech wood and wood veneer, stained and lacquered. The $30 version on Amazon seems to be a cheap-looking knockoff version that will possibly ruin a good set of headphones (according to the reviews). For those people who want an attractive, quality display for their headphones and notice the details, this appears to be a great deal, being that it's $50-$70 off the MSRP. Though I do wish they offered the Zebrano.
KJ741N
Oct 17, 2017
Hmmm.. I wonder how the stand on Amazon would "ruin" a pair of headphones?
MeatToPleaseYou
1
Mar 19, 2018
"The $30 version on Amazon seems to be a cheap-looking knockoff version that will possibly ruin a good set of headphones (according to the reviews). "
I found almost all of the reviews on Amazon to be extremely positive about the knock off version cyou mention.
Doomcloud
5
May 13, 2017
$129.99 for a fake wood looking headphone stand. This is massdrops finest work right here. Everyone who bought this, talk to me first next time you buy something. I won't charge you less, I just want to be the one to rip you off for $110 instead of massdrop.
shawnrollick
36
May 11, 2017
29 purchased? ITS NOT EVEN SOLID WOOD.
windrixx
3
May 11, 2017
The item shown in the images is clearly not solid wood. Not sure why anyone thinks this is a deal when the picture doesn't even match the description.
ludachris
307
May 10, 2017
Really like the design but for the price I rather save up for a headphone traveling hard case. I dont like to leave my headphones on my desk collecting dust.
dieyen
118
May 12, 2017
I keep mine on the stand all the time. I have them on the largest stretch point and I have never had any issues, with HIFI-man 350's. Even the brainwavz memory foam ear cups have kept they're form and shape very nice. Even up to 3 days without use sitting there no problems. I have seen tho, that some people's leather or pleather ear cups get stuck to the wood finish. Luckily I don't let my room get hot enough for something so dramatic to happen and I use the headphones at least once a week. Got mine here for way cheaper: http://amzn.to/2qn4Eh9
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ludachris
307
May 12, 2017
Ill give it a shot thx for the link.
dieyen
118
May 9, 2017
Got mine on amazon for a hundred dollars less... probably wasn't made in Germany tho ;) http://amzn.to/2qn4Eh9
ArchEddy
2
May 8, 2017
Not to disappoint anyone who has already joined the drop, I am just being nice here. I do have one with me, it costs me around RMB30 (which is about $5). Maybe it is an innovative company that designed this thing, but with $130 price tag, it looks like a scam to me.
anonnomis
4
May 8, 2017
Here is my standpoint as someone who took up wood working this year. At $130 I would consider paying that for a solid zebrawood headphone stand (I know zebrawood is not an option in this drop). Zebrawood is approximately $26 a board ft. A board foot being defined as a 12 x 12 x 1 inch piece of wood. I'm going to be generous and say it takes the full board foot to make after you find a piece suitable and cut around all the knots, crack, imperfections, and hardwood supplier rounds up every possible measurement in their favor. Next you have to cut the wood to dimensions and miter the ends. This isn't terribly hard if you have access to a jointer, planer, and table saw. Maybe half an hour of work for a non professional. Maybe another 20 minutes to sand to perfection. Then comes the hard part, you have to steam and bend that piece of wood. You have to build or have access to a steam box, you have to make a template jig to clamp the piece of wood into shape and hold it there. You have to do it very quickly while the wood is still bendable and the hard part is if you break or fail to bend it to shape you've pretty much wasted your time and $26. This is actually an extreme bend and I don't think I could even do it after many tries. Hence why I would rather buy this piece then waste my own time. I would imagine a pro doing it repeatedly would get a pretty decent success rate over 50%. Finally you have to put a finish on it and subject your lungs to whatever VOCs are in the finish.
Amateur woodworking is the kind of thing you do for fun and not to save money so this is not exactly a fair comparison however I did want to give some justification of why I would buy the one described here instead of a $30 one off of amazon. However I don't believe the description. The pictures don't look like solid wood. If you look at the feet of the stand the edge grain of the wood coming up and around the stand doesn't flow into the end grain of the wood. It looks like a composite piece, like a high quality plywood with a real wood veneer. That is definitely not worth $130 and to me does look just like the $30 one off of amazon.
Can anyone who has actually bought one in the past please share if it really is solid wood. Perhaps some better pictures could prove it really is what they are saying it is.
arithon
273
May 10, 2017
It's not solid wood.
Johnchoimb
14
May 8, 2017
lol, I thought massdrop was all about finding a decent deal at a bulk orders, but this is so shitty compared to price. I would have bought at a price of 29.99 but they added extra $100 for no reason xD
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