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Speaker stands for Dali zensor 3

Wharfedale Diamond 11 Series

akhilkhanuja

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Hi, looking for speaker stands for Dali zensor 3 or similar size bookshelf speakers.
 

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haisaikat

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Akhil, i think you have my number on the whatsapp, call me at a suitable time per you and some options we can discuss
 

akhilkhanuja

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No used stands found. Budget doesn't currently allow new purchase. Have gone the diy Way. Hope to finish them over the weekend.
 

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No used stands found. Budget doesn't currently allow new purchase. Have gone the diy Way. Hope to finish them over the weekend.

Nice. Could you please post a pic? Am looking for stands too and for some reason find the ones available in the market to be overpriced. Would love to go the DIY way for this.
 

akhilkhanuja

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Nice. Could you please post a pic? Am looking for stands too and for some reason find the ones available in the market to be overpriced. Would love to go the DIY way for this.
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30 inch thick iron pipes, top plate 6mm thick, bottom plates 10 mm thick.

Painting in black Matt due.
 
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akhilkhanuja

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Yes at the centre of the top plate there's a half inch hole to pour dry sand. Will do so after they're painted
 

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No wire management done. Had bought thin pipes to place towards the rear through which wires would pass. Decided not to use them as they'd remain hollow and could be detrimental to sound quality. I didn't want to put sand with wires
 

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Okay, makes sense. And what are the approx costs involved? Did you procure the metal yourself? I have a fabricator close to my home, probably will pay him a visit.
 
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