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Pyle-Pro PSTND13 13 inch Monitor Speaker Stand (Pack of 2)

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  • One pair of speaker stand for a bookshelf / monitor / speaker stand
  • Perfect for home, project or professional recording studios
  • All-steel, attractive design incorporating cable management
  • Vertical columns may be sand loaded to deaden sound and increase stability
  • Heavy-duty steel construction with black finish
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Technical Details
Item Weight2.5 Kg
Product Dimensions33 x 22.2 x 8.3 cm
Item model numberPSTND13
Country Produced InUSA
  
Additional Information
ASINB004HJ9DYE
Best Sellers Rank 57,684 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 Kg
Date First Available5 Mar. 2012
  
 

Product Description

Product Description

Use this pair of bookshelf speaker stand to keep your speakers stable and secure. Heavy-duty steel construction looks great, conceals cables, and optimizes the performance of your speaker by minimizing floor distortion. The columns can even be sand-loaded to deaden resonance and increase stability. Adjustable spikes on bottom of stand provide additional security. Maximum weight capacity: 35 lbs. Setup height: 13”.

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1 x Pair Stand


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Well, very disappointed with this purchase.Looks like I got some of the other reviewers instruction leaflets, as i got 3 which helped to soak up the blood. A sharp piece of excess metal on one of the upright struts ripped a gash on my hand. One of the upright struts was bent in at the top and i had to reshape it with grips and needed to use a hammer to push the black pastic (rubber?) plugs in. I too have problems with the spikes, 7 of them took three turns to lock and one went all the way. The two bolts that hold the upper plate are not flush with the plate so speakers rock ever so slightly & wheres the cable tidy?
Pyle seems just about the right name Pyle of ****
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The box contained pieces that didn't fit, and there were some missing. It was all dusty as hell and it looked like it was handled poorly. Eventually I had to fabricate something that looked like a monitorstand with the pieces that were available. The hassle of a rebate wasn't worth it to me.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x975e1eb8) out of 5 stars 31 reviews
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8df93948) out of 5 stars Extremely low quality stands 19 Dec. 2011
By Mopen - Published on Amazon.com
Anyone that has stumbled upon these stands probably knows how hard it is to find stands between 10 and 13 inches in height for bookshelf speakers. There just aren't many options out there, especially at this price point. And even $30 for some cuts of steel with pre-drilled holes isn't that cheap.

My items came shipped well. The stands where inside their official Pyle box that was packed inside another box with peanuts. The Pyle box had Pyle protective tamper proof tape around it. So far so good, then I opened the box. The first thing I noticed were all the scratches over the paint accompanied by a few small bubbles forming on the bottom plates. Upon further inspection I found parts of the steel were bent. One corner was bent/dented and two of the poles/legs were dented/bent as well. On top of that I found that the foam pads supplied with the unit to be placed between the speakers and the stands were completely damaged. They looked like they had been chewed by a dog before packing.

It was late, and I all I wanted to do was get my speakers to ear level on my desk. So I shrugged off these ugly cosmetic issues and began to build them. Instructions were easy to follow and the building took maybe somewhere between 15 to 20 minutes. Then I came to the last part, putting on the cone feet.

There are four threaded holes on each corner of the base plates. These holes are there so you may screw in the provided cone feet. Seems simple enough right? So I began to try and screw in the cones when I found that three out of four of them on one base plate would not screw in all the way. I took a look with a light inside the threaded holes to see spots of steel that must have some how dripped onto the threads during manufacturing. Obviously the harden steel spots on the threads were preventing the cone screws from going through. Same issue with the second base plate. I'll admit it, I was annoyed by this point.

I think its a better idea to put your money towards something a little nicer.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8fb08af8) out of 5 stars Don't waste your money, even at the marked down price of $30 23 May 2012
By Thomas Simmons - Published on Amazon.com
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OK, it doesn't come with a manual. Not a problem since this is a basic product.
But to send 2 top plates that aren't meant to be used with the bottoms? Hello?
I've NEVER been this dis-satisfied with an Amazon product before.
Pyle, this is the first and LAST product I'll buy from you.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e3394e0) out of 5 stars Waste of Money 21 Aug. 2012
By DJ Dan - Published on Amazon.com
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See all the bad reviews. Ended up sending them back. I was willing to risk it as these are the only stands that are the right height for my monitors. Bad idea. No instructions to put together, so went to Pyle web site and found a PDF (why not include it in the packaging duhhhh). Turns out there were pieces missing to assemble it. I e-mailed a Pyle Customer service 3 times... Pyle of **** IMO. No return e-mail, voice mailbox full on 4 separate occasions when I called after hours and during business hours. So basically I will be totally avoiding Pyle of Crap products in the future. Very poor customer support. Amazon you all need to have a talk with this shoddy vendor! BTW in the past had received some free Pyle TRS microphone cables with a Pyle monitor stand. The free speaker cables were defective, but they were free so didn't complain. The Pyle monitor stands are 3 months old and work fortunately. Anyway get what you pay for and Pyle is an example.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8df93c24) out of 5 stars Extremely low quality stands 19 Dec. 2011
By Mopen - Published on Amazon.com
Anyone that has stumbled upon these stands probably knows how hard it is to find stands between 10 and 13 inches in height for bookshelf speakers. There just aren't many options out there, especially at this price point. And even $30 for some cuts of steel with pre-drilled holes isn't that cheap.

My items came shipped well. The stands where inside their official Pyle box that was packed inside another box with peanuts. The Pyle box had Pyle protective tamper proof tape around it. So far so good, then I opened the box. The first thing I noticed were all the scratches over the paint accompanied by a few small bubbles forming on the bottom plates. Upon further inspection I found parts of the steel were bent. One corner was bent/dented and two of the poles/legs were dented/bent as well. On top of that I found that the foam pads supplied with the unit to be placed between the speakers and the stands were completely damaged. They looked like they had been chewed by a dog before packing.

It was late, and I all I wanted to do was get my speakers to ear level on my desk. So I shrugged off these ugly cosmetic issues and began to build them. Instructions were easy to follow and the building took maybe somewhere between 15 to 20 minutes. Then I came to the last part, putting on the cone feet.

There are four threaded holes on each corner of the base plates. These holes are there so you may screw in the provided cone feet. Seems simple enough right? So I began to try and screw in the cones when I found that three out of four of them on one base plate would not screw in all the way. I took a look with a light inside the threaded holes to see spots of steel that must have some how dripped onto the threads during manufacturing. Obviously the harden steel spots on the threads were preventing the cone screws from going through. Same issue with the second base plate. I'll admit it, I was annoyed by this point.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e27e558) out of 5 stars Product of pure failure. 3 April 2012
By zno - Published on Amazon.com
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Honestly, this product is the worst item sold on Amazon.com

It is not nearly tall enough in the first place, its construction and "engineering" concept behind its design is completely unpractical and ill-functioning.

I feel sorry for anyone who would attempt to put their expensive speakers or monitors on these shaky unstable rickshaws of stands.
The instructions to assemble were torn (both copies lol)

Seriously, the design is just so bad with the "two black plastic pieces" since they do not "interlock" they do not properly create a solid piece to give this item and stability.

0 stars.
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