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  1. Item: Short Speaker Stand Location: VIC, Footscray Price: $40 Item Condition: Good, marks here and there. Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal as friend Extra Info: Previous owner said it is filled with sand. Pickup only, would prefer pickup by this weekend. Can put spikes on, have to dig around and see if I have any. The important stuff: H 325mm Top plate 195mm X 195mm Bottom plate 295mm X 295mm Pictures:
  2. Item: Custom-built speaker stands Location: Melbourne Price: $799 Item Condition: As new Payment Method: Cash, direct deposit, PayPal/CC (2.6% surcharge) Extra Info: A pair of custom-built speaker stands, suitable for the majority of book-shelf speakers. 100x100mm tube can be sand or garnet filled. Spikes included. Measurements: Height: 550 mm, Width 270 mm Located in Victoria, contact Stuart on (03) 9036 2751 Pictures:
  3. Item: Dayton Audio SSMB24 630mm Steel Speaker Stand Pair Location: Melbourne Price: $99 Item Condition: As new Payment Method: Cash, direct deposit, PayPal/CC (2.6% surcharge) Measurements: Height: 550 mm, Width 270 mm Located in Victoria, contact Stuart on (03) 9036 2751 Pictures:
  4. Item: Dayton Audio Steel Speaker Stand Pair (unknown model number) Location: Melbourne Price: $79 Item Condition: As new Payment Method: Cash, direct deposit, PayPal/CC (2.6% surcharge) Measurements: Height: 550 mm, Width 270 mm Located in Victoria, contact Stuart on (03) 9036 2751 Pictures:
  5. I was reading a few posts here on SNA a few days ago and I just happened to read several that mentioned speaker stands within a few minutes of each other. They got me thinking, speaker stands for stand mounts can cost quite a bit, from a few hundred to a few thousand (in the more exotic cases), but how much do they have to cost to be effective, and can you come up with something that will work just as well for under $100? OK, I can't answer that yet, but I have started on a 'proof of concept' pair so I thought I'd put them up in their own thread and see what people thought about them, or if anyone had any ideas that could be used to improve them. I started with the easiest components I could get my hands on, bricks, wood and threaded rod. The combination of these means we get a heavy stand that is very solid, very stable and easy enough to build and pull apart again that it can be easily modified at a later date. The tools required are fairly basic, I had to cut my own wood and threaded rod so I needed a hand saw and a hack saw, I also chose to recess my nuts (no comments please!) so I needed a hole saw and chisel as well. Next time I might use two pieces of 20mm ply, one sheet to bolt together and one, slightly larger, sheet to use as a bottom base. The leftover structural veneer I'm using here is a bit narrow, but it was free so it was worth a try. The pics show one finished stand and all the bits to build the second one. I bought the bricks, threaded rod and nuts and washers from Mitre 10. Speaker Stands Per Stand Component Price each Total Price. Total (kg) Concrete Blocks, 6 3.7 22.2 43.5 8mm threaded rod, 4 3.35 13.4 0.6 Washers, 8 0.16 1.28 nuts, 8 0.22 1.76 Ply or MDF, 4 ? ? 8 Total $38.64 52.1 It took about 3 hours to put the first one together and I wasn't exactly pushing hard, I also mucked up a measurement and had to cut one of the rods twice so I think we can call that both a quick and simple build. I'll see if I can get to the second one this afternoon and then I can move on to the testing phase later in the week.
  6. Item: Vogel surround speaker stands for small speakers, a pair, grey Location: VIC 3212 Price: $35 Item Condition: Used Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Extra Info: Comfortably holds something coke can or coke bottle size, but nothing heavyweight Height 1070 mm, from ground to mounting hole 1055 mm Base plate 230 mm deep by 250 mm wide at front and 135 mm wide at the rear Upright column is two-part and the stand can be dismantled for easy transportation Some very light rust at the bottom of the base plate. Photos show both stands Pick-up from VIC 3212 preferred, could possibly arrange a delivery to western suburbs of Melbourne. Pictures:
  7. Item: FS: Monitor Audio Platinum PLC350 Centre Channel STAND Location: Melbourne Price: $375 Now only $350 ONO now only $320 ONO Item Condition: Mint Reason for selling: Not used - never used. Payment Method: Pickup - COD Only Extra Info: Or nearest offer - will be excepted. Cheers STAND - High quality centre speaker stand bought in Melbourne. On sale in Australia around $750 - UK Pound approx 230. Pick up only - all screws spikes and rubber feet - shiny and available. Sturdy construction with cable management built in. http://sunnybankhifi.com.au/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=826 http://www.monitoraudio.co.uk/products/past-products/platinum/plc350 Pictures:
  8. Item: Yamaha branded speaker standLocation: south east of MelbournePrice: 100Item Condition: excellentReason for selling: Not usedPayment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD OnlyExtra Info: Pick up preferred but can post at your cost if you want.Pictures: This Yamaha branded speaker stand is ultra rare!! It's in excellent cosmetic condition, only a few very light and unnoticeable scratch. No chip, no damaged. The base and top are same size. It's solid build. Good for large book shelf speaker (NS-100, NS-500, NS-1000, B&W 220) or any floor standing speaker. size is 29 cm x 28 cm x 12 cm (height).
  9. Hi I've got a pair of 2nd hand Linn Espek floor-standers but alas the previous owner had lost the composite stone/resin plinth bases. Consensus seems to be that using the heavy bases takes the Espeks' performance from being decent to brilliant. Plus we have sprung wooden floors! So I definitely want to install some kind of heavy base underneath the speakers. Are any SNA members able to point me in the right direction of somewhere in Sydney I can source some granite to make plinths? Doesn't have to be anything flash looking & I don't have a big budget - certainly not hundreds of dollars. Approx dimensions 200mm x 350mm & about 40-50mm thick (or 2 x 20mm slabs glued together). Alternatively I've heard that pavers do a passable job - any comments on this or other low-budget solutions? Cheers Kundalini
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