Looking for speaker stands for oldie Surrounds

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  1. Adam Sanchez

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    Hey all,

    Have a bit of a problem but I know where to come.

    You're probably going to have a bit of a flashback here, but I have a pair of Infinity QPS-1 Surround speakers and I need to know of some kind of speaker stand I could use for them. Mounting them on a wall is not an option and I could really do with a pair of stands about 3 feet high... if that is, any exist that will accomodate these speakers.

    If you are not familir with them, they are sqaure pretty much and about 3 inches thick. They are meant to be on a wall, or IN a wall. They do have a threaded screw/bolt hole built into them and I'm hoping maybe... that can be fastened to some kind of surround stand?

    Please let me know.
     
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    I realized today my speakers do NOT have the little threaded hole like i thought it did. All it has are the little keyhole shaped holes to hang them on a nail or screw on the wall. I don't know if that makes a difference but they would definately need to "hang" from whatever stands I can find.

    Any other suggestions for stands? Thanks!
     
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    In that case, in case you don't find an appropriate stand, I'd be inclined to buy a black wood one and use a good 'L' bracket that you can get at Home Depot to mount to underneath the top plate and attach a short length of a 1x6 to the back of the stand high enough to put something one to attach the speaker to but not high enough to go past the top the speaker.
     

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