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Laurence Chan
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I made this media shelving for behind my couch, my diy project the last two days. I had blurays and other stuff scattered everywhere, so organizing was a must for the New Year. Not sure if I’ll end up staining them, but for now I’m pleased with the finished product. My 1723 Bookshelf S speakers are getting a shameless plug in this picture.

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Laurence Chan
Community Member

The speaker stands are made by Pangea Audio.  They are two different models, and one of them, the rear surrounds are no longer made.  Crutchfield carries them and they are all metal.

https://www.crutchfield.com/S-f4C10muT4kC/shopsearch/speaker_stands.html?XVINQ=BI2&XVVER=A2I&awcr=77103380267334&awdv=c&awkw=pangea%20speaker%20stands&awmt=p&awnw=s&awat=&awug=190&msclkid=8f4bd4088761152f0b7bb7d93a19310c&pg=2&fa=1#&nvpair=FFBrand|Pangea%20Audio

 

http://www.pangeaaudio.com

James Jones
Community Member

Thank you for sharing!

Neil H
Community Member

Laurence

Sorry I’m a little late on the game here but just wanted to say what a great job you did on your storage shelves. That’s a big one but looks like you have a lot of media to store. I’m like you, enjoy doing my own projects. Take care and happy watching/listening.

James Jones
Community Member

Thanks Luis.  Will check them out also.

Laurence Chan
Community Member

Good suggestion Luis, just as the Pangea Audio models have an option for a larger top plate so does Monoprice.  You just have to compare the spec to make sure you get the stands with the larger top plate, and believe me the larger top plate makes a huge difference in giving you more stability for your speaker.

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