The traditional stand is as its name sounds, a traditional form which many would expect for a headphone stand, with a nice shape and capable of support almost any size and weight headphone. The rubberized plastic adds to the high class feel and look.
This stand will look good in any room and will pair nicely with almost any headphone out there.
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- more than 1 year(s)
- I like this stand,its quite long,it looks nice this way and has more space for cable underneath,very good for desktop because it wont vibrate or fall on your movement or it wont react to a laptop fan vibration.
Another good thing is that it doesnt reflect light so ,its unoticeable under a pair of lighter colour headphones,my headphones are black andi still see the headphones and thenthe stand -it doesnt pop like some other strange forms,but that maybe depends on the person and the location of course,and its quite heavy ,so will keep even diy wood headphones in place- the plastic used is not elastic or bendable in any way.
- more than 1 year(s)
- Very sturdy in design and it holds my headphones very well.
Nothing really to fault about it as it makes the table a lot neater.
- more than 2 year(s)
- This is a pretty basic headphone stand, made of rubberised plastic. The material is of good quality, flexible but not in a "cheap plastic" way. It might not be the most stylish stand, but it is neutral and should fit anywhere. It is very light, but should still hold any pair of headphones without any problem. Even with my Hifiman He500, which are large and HEAVY, with detachable cables, it shows no sign of imbalance it is steady and will not fall unless you want it to.
Only defect is that the place where the headband rests is rather small and not cushioned; the pressure caused by the weight of the headphones could deform the headband. Solved by using a piece of foam.