Audiophile headphones need a home where they are protected and do encroach on sacred music space by just laying around. We created The Stand for these reasons – well, and to enhance the extremely cool look of your audio corner. This is especially the case if you have already invested in the superior looking Deimos or Bacillus Tilia headphone amplifier, as this headphone stand is handcrafted from the wood and enhanced with black painted aluminum profile. It’s a match made for heaven, but even without the Bacillus Tilia, The Stand is an eye-catching support for your headphones.
The Stand comes in two versions: Tilia (dark and gloss) and Salvage (light and matte).
After Bacillus Tilia was born, the Tilia concept remained open for other gadgets and by combining black aluminum with artificially aged linden wood we fashioned a headphone stand that will compliment any audiophile’s collection of music paraphernalia.
Our first stand was Tilia Vitro, made out of wood and acrylic. Making this stand turned out to be way more complicated than we expected. Due to a specific manufacturing process, the 20 mm thick acrylic turned out not to be 20 mm all the way through. And the deviation in dimension can sometimes be 2 mm! Since the original idea was to make a wooden base and simply press the acrylic into a tight space, the alteration of size meant that was not an option. The solution was to use a special black rubber-like compound and glue them together. The result was very cool, but it made the stand expensive. With the new version the acrylic was replaced by the aluminum and the effect is even cooler while also being more durable.
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