The Stedman Headphone Hanger is a simple device, but performs the much needed task of organization, in your studio - or on the stage. The Stedman Headphone Hanger is an ideal way to store headphones keeping them safe and convenient.
OK we all know most singers and musicians love to hang the headphones on the freakin microphone so that it feeds back and squeals and wrecks everybody's hearing (not to mention cause some nervous issues). The Stedman Headphone Hanger at least gives them a target to even start to think about hanging them elsewhere. No guarantees of course, but you would hope that they might learn to use this instead. Keep hope alive, pick up the Headphone Hanger today.
The Stedman Headphone Hanger is an ideal way to store headphones in the studio keeping them safe and convenient. This handy all metal hanger attaches to any mic stand or music stand with ease. The clamping knob stud is made from a polished brass which will not scratch finish of mating equipment.
Stedman Headphone Hanger Features
- Length: 4.5"
- Width: 2.25"
- Clamp opening diameter: 0.39" to 0.925"
What We Think
The Stedman Headphone Hanger is a simple device, but performs the much needed task of organization, in your studio - or on the stage. While very handy with giving a safe place for your headphones to stay, it also excels in cable management. Very well built from think metal, the Stedman Headphone Hanger will prove to be a durable and important accessory.
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Sturdy, well made device that connects to mic stand. Can hold 2 cans pretty easily. I looked at other desk clamps but preferred the adjustability of this.
A simple concept, but a great solution to the ever-present problem of where to put cans when not in use. Saves them getting trampled by uncaring "talent" (who tend to leave 'em on the studio floor)!
For headphones, go figure, it works at stalling gravity.
I'll probably get a few of these. really simple, but always used when I use my headphones. more use than you might think. . .