Earphone hook for internet bar is made with 3M glue. Your personal or team's monitor system can be created with the great UHF Band. There is a low noise and fast wireless signal transmission. Smooth response with any headphones. The bodypack and transmitter can work as long as they have the same frequencies. There is no limit to the quantity. Good quality earbuds give you pure sound. It works well in various sound-monitoring events. The package includes a standard rack unit. The system's receiving signal is stable using advanced circuit design and great chips. Users can move freely with operating distances between 160 and 180 feet. The transmitter is made of metal. It's the best monitor product. The signal-to-noise ratio provides clear, detailed audio at any volume. The audio is 24bit/ 48kbps. Dynamic Rang has a broad 20Hz-20KHz frequency response. If you click on the "contact seller" option, you will get a 30 day money back one year warranty. The packing list includes a wireless base unit transmitter, a bodypack receiver, and rack mount ears. The In- ear earbud has 1 x Power Adapter, 1 x Antenna, and 1 Manual.
👤I am using this in a crowded environment. The manufacturer did not provide a table of channel versus Frequency. I have a spectrum analyzer and I am listing each channel's frequencies in MHz.
👤The Levusu wireless in- ear monitor system was the lowest-priced unit of its kind, so I wanted to know two questions. What is the sound quality like? How sturdy? After a few uses, I can answer the first question. It sounds great. I've tried the system with both wired and earbuds. I'm the bass player. The two belt receivers are made of plastic. I don't recommend sitting on them or dropping them on a hard surface. Even with the two AA batteries inside, they are very lightweight. The belt looper is made of plastic. I'm worried it might break. I will take the time to fashion a new loop if I do. There is a The main unit is more road-worthy. The units were easy to use. The manual was enough to start quickly. I use the unit to run a computer network, as well as two pairs of Xvive wireless guitar units and two Xvive wireless mic units. There was no interference between the Xvives and the Levusu system. There is a The Levusu is a good option if you're a small combo or duo. If you're going on the road for a long time with a lot of work, I'd recommend investing in something that's more durable. Overall, I'm very pleased with my purchase. There is a A friend recommended I purchase a "Neotech 7901124 Wireless Pouch Medium, Black" to protect the belt receiver, rather than risk breaking the plastic belt loop. You can attach the pouch to your guitar strap or belt. It seems like a good purchase at just $12.
👤My $1200 Lectrosonics fell into the white space abyss and I bought this to replace them. Everything in the box was shipped fast. I won't use the IEM earpieces, but I am impressed with the fact that they come with extra pads and a shirt that holds the wire to the back of your shirt. I'll use them. I use left in for the monitor send from the board and right in for "more me vocal" when I use the base unit as a mono signal. The front base jack is a stereo jack. If I ever needed to plug wired headphones directly into my stand up pedal steel, I could see a use for that. Pick a channel, plug in the IEM and set the volume on the receiver. After you put the batteries in, you pushed the power button. If it's not loud enough for you, then you need a hearing aid or your IEM's have a high impedance. This thing will blow your head off. You can adjust the volume under the lid with the buttons. The channel change is next to them. If you hit the wrong button, you can change channel, but you can't turn it off. I don't think that's a reason to reduce its value. If you ever wanted to use this for something like setting up an extension speaker or feeding a powered monitor, the 2nd output aux jack is handy. You could use the regular output, but I have used my 2nd IEM receiver for that. I can see why it was included. The sound quality is very good and the noise floor is very low. Like my old technology system, no nasty bad hiss. The squelch is a factory set, but I have been testing it and found that the power to the base transmitter and the receiver was turned off instantly. The system came back on channel and played like nothing had happened. I was very pleased with the price and the quality of the product, it should stay in the 500mhz band for a few years more and be rugged. It's hard to knock them for keeping the weight down. I can only speak for myself, but the chan frequencies are worth the price.
A multi-purpose sub-mixer, multi-track monitoring mixer, and level translator is extremely flexible. Balanced high-headroom line inputs are used for individual stereo or mono use. Ultra-low noise ULN design, the highest possible headroom. There is a dedicated balance and level control per channel.
👤The EuroRack Pro RX1602 v2 is related. The RX1602 v1 I purchased new around 2003 was having funky issues recently. Sometimes it would pop and cycle itself. I picked up a v2 model because I didn't want to fix it myself. The newer model has not caused any issues for me. The v2 has been used for 6 months. The new model has less depth than the old one. Depending on how deep of a rack you intend to use, the depth could be an issue. I put it on my computer desk with some small felt pads, but I will put it in a new rack later. The newer model has a better transformer, but I can't say if the original transformer for my v1 model was at fault. Between late 2020 and Jan 2021. Older models have date codes, but the newer models don't. The signals are clean for my purposes. The signals coming from my sources seem to be clean. Considering the price, all things considered, A+.
👤I have the audio from my TV, MacBook Pro interface, iPad, old iPhone, and guitar sims all running through this mixer. The stereo pairs of each device are controlled by a single volume knob. People are amazed at how much I have with this setup. It would be much more expensive to make a digital version of this with a remote control.
👤It's quiet because of the 8 stereo inputs with detented potentiometers and aux send/monitor output. You can only fit so much in a single rack space if you have a dedicated return input. It's a nice unit for sub mixing or applications where you don't have to worry about EQ on all your inputs, but I would like to see that function added in the next version.
👤Does look like quality gear.
👤This is my second purchase, and I already purchased a third to fit my needs.
👤The line mixer is good but the headphones don't work with drums.
👤The unit is useful for its purpose. Right with my rack are the mounts. The sockets on both sides are very convenient. The surge protectors are great. It's price wise as well.
👤I bought this to use as a secondary mix for video production, live action and studio work, and non-commercial material. I wanted a rack style device that would allow me to expand my audio capabilities and this one does exactly what I need with no complaints from me. The brand is for budget minded and non commercial users. The quality matches or exceeds expeditions as far as I can see.
👤Another great product. If it was high enough, there would be a slight buzz. No one does that and doesn't show up in captures. I give this unit 5 stars all day.
There are 6 independent channels. The pan mix control has two functions. There are multiple monitoring settings. The front panel has a jack insert.
👤I bought two of them. One of the original boxes was damaged when they were packed. There was nothing in the box for protection. I live in Hawaii and it was tossed and hammered all the way here. I had to return the damaged box because the L/R balance pot on one channel was hard to turn. I got a refund and another one came quickly, but this box came even more damaged, and there were 5 pots on the unit that was very hard to turn. The pots are easy to turn, but hard to turn. I think I should have kept the first one I got, at least one pot was bad. There is a The sound is okay, but the gain structure is low and the headroom is low. If you're working with loud performers, live or in the studio, this unit may be a bit challenging for you. I am not a satisfied customer, but I will keep them because of its features, and it has a decent sound. There is a It will work for what I'm using them for. There is a I think you should buy at your own risk.
👤I enjoy being able to sub mix individual aux sends. The mix quality is fine for its purpose, but there is a narrowing stereo field effect when you blend the aux signal. Not sure if mono summing is a bonus feature. I'll use the adjustment. I could see it helping certain headphones. There is a There is a little bit of noise on the last channel.
👤I ordered this for my home recording studio to use the aux channels on the mixer. The amplifier did what I needed it to. The main and aux mix can be dialed in for each channel to allow the singer to up his voice in his headphones. The mono button is a great feature since it allows me to send the aux signal to both left and right channels in the mix. If you don't have enough channels on your mixer, you can send to the amplifier via a direct out. The signal for your feed can be boosted with the help of the 2 channel EQ. It's the perfect addition to my studio to give everyone their perfect mix of "more me" in their phones. Even though the feed is mono, I connected my mixer using a set of jumpers. This unit can serve as a single feed only and allow individuals to control just their volume and EQ preference because the dual feed is shared by all 6 channels and individual 2nd feed per channel.
👤I thought I broke it when I plugged it into unconditioned power. The only thing I had to do was replace the fuse. This thing can take a beating. There is a When I want to enjoy the music and flatten it back out again, the separate per-channel bass and treble controls give me a really easy way to color my headset. There is a The amplifier is really good. It can drive the most demanding headsets.
With switchable Air mode, eight of the best mic preamplifiers in the range can be used to give your recordings a brighter and more open sound. Two high-headroom instrument inputs to plug in. There are four monitor outputs with anti-thump technology and speaker switches. There are eight balanced line inputs for connecting sources. You can record and mix at up to 24bit/ 192kHz with high- performance converters. It's easy to get up and running. All of the free software from the above companies are available via download upon purchase. There is a limited time offer. Upon registration, you will get the free plug-in Bucket 500 and VPRE-2C.
👤The word is 1 If you have a sound that sounds like it's caused by a problem with the internet, a card that's attached to a computer may be the solution. This was determined after I ran tests that showed the driver had a 5ms latency. If you want to use this to break out windows apps to use different inputs and outputs, you are out of luck because windows will only default to the first pair of inputs and outputs. After a few months of playing with it. In my hours of playing around, I found that focusrite's suggestion of software solutions to compensate for their lack of basic functions was inadequate. I can't say how many times this box has blue screened my computer. The level on the 4 line inputs on the back of the box is way too low for anything I hook up, and there are no adjustments at all for them. Setting levels is pretty basic. Focusrite missed out on the memo that inputs need level adjustments. I cannot recommend this device in any way because of the lack of basic features, the unstable software, and the device that crashes my machine time and time again. I am a professional and have worked with many devices, and this is by far the worst piece of audio equipment I have ever used. There is a If you are reading this, be sure to check back here as I will be updating this review as I go. I use many soundcards as part of my hobby of internet streaming. My needs may be different. I need to have a set of inputs and outputs for my computer and mixing board, so that I can setup it between my computer and board. There is a The m-audio card was used until this point. This card is used to setup multiple sound devices. This makes it very easy to pick a pair of inputs or outputs from various windows apps. Things that are simple and basic are desirable when designing hardware and software. The focusrite box is a single device. The most ridiculous thing I've ever heard of is the fact that I have a device with 20 inputs and 18 outputs, and I can only use 2 at a time. There is a way to setup this. Past products would do it right out of the box, but now I have to chase down that solution and do complex programming. There is a That's only one of my bigger problems. All sound that comes from my computer is so loud that it's hard to hear, before I can ever deal with the hours of banging my head against that brick wall. The latest version of Windows 10 is 64 bit. Everything is up to date and current, windows updates are current, drivers are all current, bios is current, power options are all set to recommended settings, even if I did manage to trace down this issue. My machine was built to be very powerful. The processor has 8 core. I put a clean Windows 10 install on my spare drive, and did another clean install of the focusrite software, but the problems persisted. It was as simple as nothing connected to the box except a pair of headphones, and still, any sound from windows came out. Few machines are available if my machine isn't enough power. This device will never be a 5 star device. If focusrite support manages to resolve this issue and get this device working, that out of the box a brand new device, that costs as much as this device does, won't do. If focusrite has a winner with this product once something is setup properly, then focusrite needs to do some serious research and soul searching into figuring out how to build a device that can work when plugged in. Without that, you are setting yourself up to look like a bunch of incompetent fools. After consulting with focusrite support, updates will be posted here. .... They didn't call me after 24 hours. I waited on the phone. Getting them on the phone is easy, but not responding to a ticket in 24 hours is not professional. Before calling support, I did a little searching and found a test that said there was a problem with my PC. I think it's fair that a software will make an educated guess based on the data it has, I believe it was a false diagnosis, but I never found anything that was setting any throttling. There is a I was told by the tech that my being on the latest version of Windows 10 was my problem, because they've been having problems with people who upgraded to 1903. They didn't have an older driver that was compatible with the 3rd Gen 18i20, so he tried to get me on an older driver. I mentioned the test results but he was focused on Windows 10 and suggested that I wait for an updated driver that resolves the issue and then forward the information to the development team. I thought I would try to roll back the Windows 10 update or find an older one to prove or disprove the theory. The more I thought about it, the more it wouldn't make sense for everyone on the latest Windows 10 update to be having noise. I went back to push for more help. The tech said it was only certain hardware that had the issue with Windows 10 1903. I built this machine myself, and would be happy to show him any hardware in my machine. He said something to the effect that we make our devices to work on a normal computer. We moved on after I called that out. There is a I mentioned the latency test, he had me send him the results of the tests, and he noticed the driver for theusbport.sys had a high latency. There is a The most up to date drivers for my board were from 2014, and for up to Windows 8.1, but I bought my board in 2015, so they must have ended of life. I had drivers that were automatically applied to my Windows 10 installation. It works well with all my other devices. We said goodnights and hung up so we could work on what we captured the next day, because I wasn't that guy that would keep someone past their shift. There is a I thought to myself as I thought about it. I can't get better drivers for my computer if it'susb drivers. What about the add on card you just bought? I plugged the focusrite box into my tower and voila, a beautiful pop free sound. The product is called "B071P5C6CS" and it is available on the Amazon.com store. That worked for the latency problems. There is a We were unable to resolve the issue of my needing to route multiple windows apps to different inputs and outputs. Focusrite has a very narrow view of what an audio interface can be. If you're buying this for multitrack recording in such software that will use theASIO drivers, great, you're set. If you want to use it for streaming or to use multiple inputs and outputs with various apps, you are out of luck. Focusrite built a box with 18 inputs and 20 outputs, but only 2 of them can be used as windows sound devices. It's worthless for my purposes. It was a disappointing end. I'm back where I started, on an m-audio delta 1010lt, with no suitable replacement for the outdated drivers. There is a Focusrite has promise. Great hardware, a proven track record of support, but not much in the way of software capabilities.
Universal mounting: The portable vehicle headrest mount player allows you to easily install the posts into your car. It comes with everything you need, including a leather screen cover. It is easy to install. You can easily move the stand to any place you want. No screws are needed to steady mount the desk clamp to your office desk, gaming table, bedside, studio, glass desk, headboard, nightstand and tables. The degree of flexibility is. The headset holder can be swung under your desk to take off the earphone. The desk clip is suitable for most furniture surfaces. You can organize your life. A universal headset holder. It can help you place headphones, it can also hang bag, hat, umbrella and other daily gadgets in your kitchen counter, bookshelf, entrance cabinet and so on. Save space by keeping your life in order. Anti-slip and durable. The part of the desktop and headphones hook that is covered with rubber pads will not scratch the furniture. The connecting rod of the headphone stand is made of metal and will hold your headset firmly and not easy to break. It is wide compatible. This under desk mount is compatible with almost all wired and wireless headphones.
👤The unit is made of plastic and has rubber pads. It holds up my headset. After being locked into place, it clicks into preset levels. The height is not adjusted. I wanted it for that reason. You may or you may not. Installation was easy, the two parts that fit together with a screw handle set the tension. It has the ability to screw down tightly. I'm happy with it.
👤The Lamicall Headphone Stand/Hanger is located. I stumbled across this on my daily check and it's a huge problem solution for people who have a minimal overhang on their desktop. No one is worried about it coming loose. I tried it for anyone with a severe lack of overhang and it worked. A perfect solution is recommended.
👤If you don't mind permanent damage, you can flip the hook over, the cover plate for the screw is secure, and the screw is easy to strip. It's much easier to grab my headphones than it is to use them.
👤The Lamicall Headphone Stand, Headset Hanger is a very simple design. The knob mechanisms of other designs are more difficult to deal with than the tightening/loosening barrel mechanism of this design. The jaws which contact the table edge are made of rubber so that the stand won't slip when tightened. It holds my headphones and is attached to my desktop. It was protected well during shipping. I will buy a second one for my office.
👤I needed a headsets stand for my equipment. I thought I was going to find desktop ones, but something that wasn't on my desk turned out to be even better. The only place that I could put my desk drawer was on the side of my desk, and it was a very short lip. I didn't think it would stay on being clamped. I was wrong. It has a strong grip. I am very happy with it.
👤My husband needed a place to store his headphones, so I gave this to him. The holder works well. It works well in our small apartment. It saves space by attaching to a table or desk.
👤I like that it has a wide hook. It's great for my desk to hold headphones.
👤I bought this for one of my grandsons so he could place them in a safe place when not in use. Did the job!
👤The job was done well and so 5 stars there. It's one of the few that allows the rest to go under the desk as well. I wish it had a way to lock the rotation of the rest and a smaller form factor for the part on top of the desk.
👤The item works as advertised. I use it to hang my headphones and wrap cords. You can put it at any angle you want. The delivery was fast. I would recommend it.
👤Je fais tu télétravail et j'ai un casque pour mes rencontres. Tout ce qui voyais des produits. Je chose to besoin. A un caoutchouc pour protéger mon meuble. et serrer le support Je recommande.
Premium quality is made of aluminum metal. 60 days of money back is included in the Headset Holder Warranty. Double Headphones Hanger can hold two headphones at the same time, with a headband width within 2.1inch, such as a gaming headphone, children headphone, and so on. You can charge your smart device without a plug in wall with the 3 Port SmartUSB Charger. It can detect your device and deliver its fastest possible charge speed up to 2.4 Amp per port or 4 Amps overall. The lights are RGB. The RBG Headphone Stand can display 9 colors changing effects to create an amazing game atmosphere at your preference, that can be selected by pressing a Touch switch. Great gifts for men and women. Fire-resistant and hardened plastic outer shell, build-in premium circuitry and microchip ensure device safety. A multi-protection system protects against overload, short-circuits, over-current and other charging issues. If there is a quality issue with this headphone rack, please do not purchase it.
👤It's a nice idea, but it doesn't live up to the potential. Is a decent job holding on to the desk, not sure if it will take too much weight. The lip at the top is not more than 1/2 inch. There is a flaw in theusb C port It won't register as charging my phone, but it will charge my ear bud case. I didn't return it because of that. The swap for a better power supply didn't help. It doesn't provide enough power to the port. The charging cable on the A port does not generate enough juice to quickly charge my phone. Pressing and holding the button will shut off the light.
👤I am always on the phone. It's helpful to have a place to hang my headset in my desk. There is a I like that I can charge a few devices here. There is a I don't like the fact that there is a circle of light on the front. The light is in motion. If you have this in an area where you sleep, it could keep you awake. The light show could make you sleepy. I'm not sure if it works that way, but I'm trying to see the bright side. I made a new year's resolution to be more positive.
👤There are no options for one color or different modes in the RGB lights. I don't like them but the rest of the things are very well made and I have to give it 5 stars. The hub is nice. I mounted it under my desk because it was strong enough to handle. It's under my desk to hide the mess of wires.
👤If it fell down immediately or within 20 minutes of installation, it wouldn't be possible to hold onto the table and plug in to the wall at the same time. If your space is set up just right, you're good, but other than that, good luck! I felt like the item was false in the description.
👤The convenience factor is great. The attachment screw is set up to be too close to the brackets, which is a manufacturing defect. Result: The cheap plastic cap on the end of the screw makes the device slip off with the smallest of movements, like hanging a set of headphones.
👤I own a few pairs of headphones. A mic and tooth for my phone. I think they fit on my desk. The unit is held sturdy by the clamps. It is handy to have both the 2 and 1 charging ports. The light is funky. It would be nice to have the option of turning it off, but I can set it to whatever color I want or let it spin through the various colors. I am very happy with the purchase. It gets my headphones off my desk. I highly recommend it.
👤It's a great addition to my set up and helps me keep my headphones organized. I love that the lights can be turned off and that the extra outlets are clutch. I have been using it for almost a month and it has never moved. The plastic feels cheap but I can't complain about the price.
The 1U Chassis can maximize your rack space. The strain releif is used for the AC adapter. Both bal and unbal inputs. It's suitable for a wide range of headphones. You can join in and join out jacks to expand your channels.
👤Excellent: - Works well. The package was in a great shape and was sent across the world. The sound quality is great. Cheap plastic knobs for volume control are not good. Plugging the power switch to shut it down is necessary. I had to take it apart and get it back in place, it was easy to do.
👤I replaced my headphones in my studio. Just make sure you have 3.5 adapters.
👤Exactly what we needed. Thanks!
The mixer is in a 3U rack. 8 high-gain mic/line inputs with phantom power and 2 stereo balanced 1/4" line inputs 2 aux sends (pre- and post-fader), stereo aux return, 8 1/4" inserts, 2-track stereo RCA in and out. There is a separate balanced main and monitor out. The two-band high and low shelving EQ is per channel.
👤This thing is perfect for doing your own stage submix, as a drummer and also as a percussionist. This would be great for keyboard players. Being able to control your own mix and send a single line to the soundman lets you control your own sound balance and EQ, and also reduces the number of channels needed on the main sound board. This is important for my percussion rig. Many soundmen don't know what they are doing and just want to forget it. The levels are set based on cowbells and timbales, but there are conga parts that are very much on the other end of the spectrum, and bass tones that don't get picked up. I can mic the whole thing and set the level. The levels are easy to set and the EQ has simple high and low shelving. If you set it up right, the sound is clear and clean. There is a You can do effects. None was built in. It has phantom power as well. It is rack mountable and in a small package. You can take them back if you want.
👤There are fewer of these types of mixers available. The version with less channels is the bluetooth version. For a refreshing change, this unit is not black. Without a flashlight, you can see the controls.
👤There must be some bad shielding, because with any cable or mic, it sounds good on another mixer. I am listening to the radio. Not usable for me.
👤The product was chosen because it allowed resting on other gear with the controls facing to one side and easy access to inputs and outputs. An important factor in the purchase of this unit was the ease of use, as it is being used in an environment where multiple people have access to the controls.
👤A simple mixer. Everything is smooth and feels good. I'm able to run an external effects processor into the mix and the auxiliary ports are nice. It would be nice if it had a port on the back instead of the one on the side, but it really doesn't make a difference. Would buy again.
👤I installed this mixer in a gym where they needed something user friendly. It works great for small venues and schools where a larger mixer is not needed. I highly recommend.
👤It's perfect for my home studio. There is no background noise.
👤The average is the depth of control. The low side of the response was mediocre. The circuit is perfect against surge voltage.
👤I was looking for a small mixer that could mix drums. It gets the job done well with a great noise floor. If someone can answer, why have 2 sends with only one return? I would have paid more to get the second return channel. I can route the return into the main mixer, but it seems like they were thinking about it more as a monitor mix. Don't expect any magic from the EQ. This is a perfect addition to an existing mixing setup that is suited to drums.
There are ten channels, eight stereo line inputs, two combination XLR-1/4-inch inputs. Control of balance for each channel. The line input level can be switchable. The main stereo and line outputs are balanced. A signal is versatile.
👤It's amazing that these run 20 inputs in 1U for less than $200. What corners were cut to pull that off? There is a The biggest flaw is that the channels distort the signal below unity. They must not be typical pots. The sound cleans up well at unity, which is just over it on some of my channels. The distortion is not really noticeable and you may like it. There are a lot of little things on the spectrogram. The rest of the faders do not distort. Every channel has this on it. There is a The noise floor on the unit is low, with a little over 90 decibels, but lots of spikes making a faint noise. I don't think a white noise in my room is lovely. But cheap... The rookies made the mistakes by whoever designed this. The EFX and MON are not balanced, they are not mono, and they are not stereo. What are they? They are playing two mono channels at the same time. The mono lines of the EFX and MON busses have less headroom than the main stereo bus. The sum is sent to mono but then split into unbalanced stereo on a single Jack and it will phase cancel the two mono lines killing the input level. You won't get true stereo out of these jacks if you need a splitter cable. It is a strange thing. Wrong. Weird. It was annoying. A star was lost for this. There is a The MON send on the front is true mono, only sending signal out the tip. A balanced connection is possible with this jack. It has a level knob. There is a If you don't want to clip the bus internally, you might want to dial down your MON output a bit. The front output of the headphones makes the EFX and MON busses stereo. The output of the headphones gets loud. If you want a true stereo EFX send, you can use the headphone output switched to EFX. Someone is curious and someone is curious and someone is curious. The clip lights on each channel are the same color as the mute light on the other channel, so it can be hard to notice. You will have to listen because the master meter does not have a clip light. At least there is some metering. The main is not read by the meter. There is a If you can get through all of that, stay at unity gain and not need more than 90dB of clean DR, this will work for the price and size. It will be reading the other reviews until it fails.
👤I liked this thing and probably gave a good review. But it just stopped working. Just a day ago, I worked. When the unit is powered on, the input meters peg the moment the unit is plugged in, and a loud buzz is coming out. It's not possible to service it for less than the cost of a new one. I would have given it 5 stars a week ago. Now 1
You can get a refund within 60 days or a free replacement within 12 months if you have non-human reasons. You can contact them via Amazon Messages if you have any questions. Simple and space-saving. Their unique and stylish headphone hanger is made from solid aluminum alloy and wood to provide a stable foundation for your headphones and clear some space on your desk. TR902 is taller than other headphone stands and has a larger cable holder to keep it balanced. STABLE & ANTI SLIP. Their headset holder has a wooden cable holder at the bottom that can hold your phone in a variety of positions without scratching or damaging it. Their headphone hanger is perfect for keeping your headphones in perfect condition, whether you use it on your desk at work or at home. The convenience and company are two things. Their headset hanger is compatible with major brands including Bose, and Audio-Technica, and is 5 cm at the headband.
👤The Bose headphones are sticking to the wood and starting to peel off, despite the stand looking great. Thanks for ruining my headphones. I am not happy with the purchase.
👤I was looking for a headset stand to hold my new purchases. The stands are expensive. I kept scrolling past the stands. I came across this. I knew it was the one because it looks stunning and the reviews are great. It's no wonder why. Assembly is a no-brainer. The base and stand are part of it. Push them together! It's done! Ready to leave! It takes 2 seconds. There is a The headband rests on the curved top part of the stand. I thought it was a square. I thought I might have to modify it. It fits my headset perfectly. The edges do not dig into it. There are pictures of this curve. There is a The base is covered with a big grip. There is a The metal is beautiful. It feels strong. Excellent quality. There is a The only complaint I have is that my bamboo pieces are different shades. I'll probably be the only one to notice. I would have liked it to be matching. 5 stars would recommend anyone.
👤The shipping box was almost weightless when I picked it up. There is a The unit works well. The base is large enough to hold it up if the cord is tangled around the shaft. The thin aluminum shaft works well for the HD800 headband, but it's a bit narrow for the Audeze LCDs, and it would work better if the dip in the middle wasn't there. I ordered the Woo Audio double stand to sit by my main system, even though I have this one in the bedroom. It's not overpriced by much. I don't think I need two stands. The banana hook is too narrow for the HD800s or the Focal Clears, so I could use one of the steel strips in the suspension headband. The banana hanger worked well for the HD600s. The all-metal banana hanger is my favorite for cost effectiveness, but the hook is too narrow for headbands of more than an inch.
👤The bamboo version is reviewed. There is a I'm happy with the $25 that I paid for these. The bamboo base and top piece are very well made. The quality of the stand is excellent. It is very strong. I have a pair of HD 800 S that are heavy, and this stand doesn't flinch. The base is large and the aluminum neck is strong. There is a This is a five star stand, and it is 888-282-0465 for my Sennheiser HD 598s. If you have lighter weight headphones, what I'm about to mention won't ever apply and this gets a huge recommendation from me. If you have heavier headphones, the top piece of them can cause problems with the soft material of the headband. The bamboo is hard and the sides are sharp, so that's why it's hard. It would have been great if there was a softer material on the top piece that would allow headphones to sit on it without putting too much pressure on the band near the sides. There is a I took this down to four stars because of the creasing on my headphones. I'd give these five stars if I hadn't bought those and used my other weighted pairs. It is an attractive stand that stays in place. I got a wooden stand that looked like an Omega symbol, and I have another one. It works well for the headband, but it's hard to get headphones off. It's not as strong at the base. I'm glad I bought this, but my 800 S headphones are on the older stand until I find a solution to the creasing or something soft for that slot.
A rack mount stereo monitor speaker system has a built-in amplifier and speaker units. It accepts both analog and digital input. The output signal fades in to avoid a level difference when you switch from headphones to speakers. A highly visible 26dot L&R with a 4-step brightness adjustment is what the Mute switch does. Flexible meter setting for both digital and analog inputs.
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