Home Planar Speaker Asylum

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RE: Yet another problem room..

Haha, I did not mess with the edges. In fact, these old MMGs (made in 1999) still have the original edges. The Stixbees -- just 1x2x42 red oak sticks -- are hidden under the cloth, right next to these edges, on the back.

My wife absolutely did not want wood frames. A good friend also insisted they were ugly. Later, the same friend would joke: Desperate Husbands, episode 1, Man escapes to Home Depot, invents cheap stealth solution, recovers love of his life for $21 bucks. [She was happy about the solution and named them Stixbees. Her mood, when I was experimenting with the really ugly P-Frames, had been deteriorating...my dinners just didn't taste as good as they used to.]

Corian I would have loved to be able to try. Getting it in custom-made shapes is not cheap. I must say, my wife would have been delighted to serve dinner on the speakers!

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