I don’t know who would spend $180 on a wooden headphone stand, but it’s most likely the same person who’d spend $800 on a new set of earbuds.
Chances are if you’ve purchased high-end headphones, you’re going to want a high-end stand to both display and maintain them. The Sieveking Omega headphone stands are made from a single piece of wood and hold those expensive over-the-ear headphones so they don’t end up on the floor or get bent out of shape.
Available in walnut, maple, cherry and zebrano woods, the German-built Omegas provide even pressure for the ear pads and won’t stretch out the bands, making sure your headphones keep their shape at all times. And for $180 pieces of wood, they better.
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