center channel speaker stand

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  1. VincentY

    VincentY Stunt Coordinator

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    i need a very low center channel speaker stand, preferably slightly tilted up.

    any suggestions would be appreciated.

    thanks.
     
  2. Brian Bunge

    Brian Bunge Producer

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    What's your price range?
     
  3. VincentY

    VincentY Stunt Coordinator

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    i'm flexible. my center channel is very large and heavy. my tv is a sony 60xbr800 with the sony stand, which makes it very low.

    so a very low, slightly tilted stand would be the best.

    thanks.
     
  4. Lynn Little

    Lynn Little Stunt Coordinator

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    What center are you using? Check this place out:

    http://www.soundanchors.com/

    I use a pair of their 2.5" stands with my Nautilus 804s. They're great!
     
  5. Doug_B

    Doug_B Screenwriter

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    I made my own for a heavy / big center speaker. See my link. Since it's hard to see the details from the photos I've posted, I could take a few more and post them for you, especially considering I have a prototype in my basement that I can take apart. Let me know.

    BTW, my stand does have a built-in tilt to it, and with the use of screw-in feet, add'l (albeit small) tilt flexibility exists. On the negative side, it was not made very sturdy, i.e., it doesn't take much to knock it over (but it hasn't yet; I keep the kids away).


    Doug
     
  6. VincentY

    VincentY Stunt Coordinator

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    the sound anchors sound fine. it is a bit tech-y looking and a bit complicated looking. functionally, they are fine!
     

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