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In Reply to: RE: This is why I save old stuff, you never know.... posted by ABliss on May 07, 2012 at 19:58:38
could not get them all in one post.
I had a similar problem with my Vandersteen 5As, which appear to be wider (and perhaps more stable) than your Tannoys, but with THIS clumsy guy walking about behind them every day, I took no chances.
The original bars were wider than I thought looked good, so I cut a section from them, had my friend weld them together, and painted them a silver color close to the Porsche Arctic Silver the speakers are painted.
BTW, due to poor workmanship by the concrete finisher, the floor slopes lower toward the front of the room, so having spikes only at the speakers' rears works very well.
Tin-eared audiofool, former fotografer, and terrible competitive-pistol shootist.
"Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted." Albert Einstein.
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