Any good link or recommendation for HomeMade Speakers stand?

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  1. Phil_Lunar

    Phil_Lunar Stunt Coordinator

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    I want to make my own speakers stand but I want to make them the right way!

    Any good website about this or any good advice?


    Phil
     
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    Sand-fillable steel posts and spikes on the base. I was playing around with the idea of doing them myself and finally decided to just buy a pair myself. You could get the stands welded at a local welding shop (they should have the steel plates/tubes) and then you would need to take it to a machine shop to make threaded holes for the spikes. I gave up trying to find spikes to my liking.

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    Boy that sounds like a lot of work. I don't know how formal your room is, but my HT is in a basement room, so I didn't need anything fancy. I went to one of those organization places, bought some stackable plastic crates, stacked a few on top of each other, put the speaker on top, then filled the crates with HT magazines. It doesn't look that bad from the front, it only cost me $20, and I got extra storage at the same time.
     
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