The problem is that we don't have any idea of what type of photographs you are trying to achieve. This is one key component for us to be able to provide you with good advice or suggestions. In short, we can only help if we know at least:
What type of photographs you are trying to make.
- Perhaps an example of what you are trying to achieve. A sample photo that you would demonstrate what you want to accomplish would do wonders for your responses.
- (optional) what you've already tried.
I would add what type of resources/equipment you have to this list, but you've already told us. Please realize, that before you answered in frustration, you had only told us:
Which isn't exactly much to go on. Can you see that?
We don't know if you're shooting nightscapes, people, street, product, portraits, animals, underwater, inside a volcano, flying, space, or anteater photographs. Each of those will require a different approach most likely to get results, and will require an idea of what type of results you may be thinking of to get the best responses.
This is a good start for a piece of information. Do you have some example photographs that might demonstrate to us what type of photos you want to take of PC parts? Are you trying to shoot product/catalog style photos? Artsy photos of your rig? A demonstration photo for something else?
We have many folks here who are awesome and spending their time voluntarily to help people with photography and processing. Please help them to help you in the best way they can by providing as much information as you can, and being patient if they ask many questions. I assure you they do it to make sure they are able to help you as well as they can.
So, can you include an example that might demonstrate how you wanted your photo of your headphones to come out?
 - also, nice AKG's. I'm a Grado man myself.