Need suggestions for speaker stands

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  1. Tray

    Tray Stunt Coordinator

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    I need speaker stands for my front speakers. They are JBL S38II's. I need them to be around 20-26" tall.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Tray
     
  2. Tray

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    Anyone? [​IMG]
     
  3. Shannon W

    Shannon W Stunt Coordinator

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    I Would go with the Sanus NF speaker stands. you can check them out on my HT Page. Hope this helps.
    Shannons Home Theater Page
    Shannon
     
  4. PaulT

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    Tray, it really depends on your price range and whether you prefer wood, steel, plastic etc.
    Premier J-60's come with spikes, steel construction, and are fillable with sand/shot etc. They come in either 20.5 or 26" tall and were exactly what I needed for my setup running Klipsch bookshelfs. They look great as well.
    I believe they list for 199USD for the 26" pair. I got mine for 250CDN.
    http://www.premier-av-furniture.com/...ts/stands.html
    FYI Paradigm dealers sell them.
     
  5. DanaA

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    Haven't tried this myself, but someone over at the Klipsch.com forum says he receives great results for a lot less money by using those solid concrete pillars from places like Home Depot's gardening section. He paints them the color he likes, then uses a putty adhesive type material such as Blu-tack to form a solid connection with the speaker itself. Just saying what I heard, but I found it interesting.
     

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