Berlin, CT (February 28, 2022)—You spent good money on those studio headphones, and yet they’re always either perched precariously within arm’s reach…or they just crashed to the floor. Recognizing a problem when they see one, On-Stage has released the HH7000 stand, which allows users to safely store headphones on a mixing desk while making the ’phones accessible at all times.
“Instead of tossing your headphones on their worksurface, the HH7000 allows audio engineers and musicians to hang their headphones on a study stand to prevent falls, bumps and scratches while protecting the delicate components,” said Christopher Roberts, On-Stage product line manager. “The sleek design of the stand also adds a modern aesthetic to the engineer’s workspace.”
The weighted, one-piece-construction stand keeps headphones in a safe place and features a lower tray which stores small items, such as guitar picks and earbuds.
Boasting a small footprint, the stand features a curved upper rest which maintains the contour of the headphones’ headband. The vertical arrangement holds headphones upright, preventing stress to the ear cups and mics.
The silver-colored HH7000 headphone stand is made from cast aluminum material, and has a height of 11.5 inches, ensuring that most headphones can rest cleanly on it. The unit’s thickness is 4 mm and the base measures 5.8 inches square.