speaker stands

Kef hts1001 stands

KEF HTS1001 STANDS

FLOOR SPEAKER STANDS FOR KEF SATELLITES.

It your tastes gravitate towards more modern pieces, then the HTS1001’s will be a great match. Sturdy bases and sleek lines make this an overall winning package. The stands are just different enough to make them stand out without being so different that they act as a distraction.

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Bose ufs-20 universal floor stands

BOSE UFS-20 UNIVERSAL FLOOR STANDS

EASY TO ASSEMBLE SPEAKER STANDS FOR BOSE CUBES.

These stands are very neutral in design and they support the speakers well. They’re not as stable as I would have liked, but they didn’t fall down and that’s a good thing!

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Bose fs-1 bookshelf speaker floor stands

BOSE FS-1 BOOKSHELF SPEAKER FLOOR STANDS

FLOOR SPEAKER STANDS FOR BOSE SATELLITES.

Unless you are a diehard Bose fan and just have to have their official speaker stands I would pass on these. The high price combined with the simplistic design leaves me feeling underwhelmed.

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Black metal speaker stands for rear satellite and bookshelf speakers

BLACK METAL SPEAKER STANDS FOR REAR SATELLITE AND BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS

HOME THEATER STANDS THAT SUIT MOST BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS.

Overall, I really like these speaker stands. They look good, they are easy to assemble and easy to run the wires through, and the speakers sit on top securely. I would recommend these to just about anyone looking for new speaker stands.

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DIY Project: TNT Audio Stubby Speaker Stands

DIY Project: TNT Audio Stubby Speaker Stands

I recently had a need for a pair of speaker stands on short notice. Being a frugal audiophile with a picky wife I knew my stands needed to be dirt cheap, solid and attractive. My original idea was to build the Stubby design from TNTAudio.com. So there I was laying in bed one evening thinking about the logistics of the project, thinking about my general dislike for PVC and how I was going to explain my expenses and time in the garage to my significantly better half. That’s when I had something of an epiphany. First off I don’t like the look of just an oak board for the top and bottoms. Buying a router and the necessary bits would blow the budget for sure, not to mention it could cost this shop klutz a finger or two. It was then that I remembered being stuck in a Michael’s craft store (I lovingly call it the “crap store…”) where I thought I had seen some pre-routed rectangular boards. Exciting thoughts like this usually exhaust me, with that I was sleeping like a baby in not time. read more…

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