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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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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1st Problem: The tubing is not straight and evenly cut. You'll want a pair of small long-nosed vice grips to straighten out the openings so the blocks that hold it together can get into the tubing. You might also want to take some flint to the edges to get rid of the metal splinters.
2nd Problem: The threading in the base plates for the carpet pins is not done well. In one of my base plates one corner hadn't been threaded at all.
3rd Problem: The recess where the bolt heads are is not as deep as the bolt heads are tall. Therefore, even after applying the pads that come with the set, the bottom of your speakers will be scraped by the bolt heads.
I made my set work. I actually ordered a second set and between them came up with enough parts that would work to get a decent set. My speakers are large and heavy. Without the carpet pins, even at this moderate height, the wobble was significant until I replaced the base that wasn't threaded. The natural tendency and directions have you screw the carpet pins in from the bottom, then lock them at the appropriate height with a 14mm hex nut. The threading is bad enough that the pins cannot be screwed in by hand. I started the nut on the pin and took it to my guesstimate level, then screwed it in from the top. I had to use the second pair of vice grips to screw it in (thus starting the nut first as you have to destroy the threads with the vice grips to get it into the hole).
Now that it's all done, I'm happy with the set. It does what I want it to do: it provides a fairly robust and stable stand for my speakers.
I'm glad I got these at Amazon where it was easy to fix the problems as described above.
When the disassembled set arrived, two of the four metal plates that comprise the bases and shelves of the stands were dented, but since they were small dents, I decided to ignore them. Missing from the box, however, were eight "plastic stoppers" essential to the assembly of the stands. I had to deduce this, because there were no assembly instructions included in the box. I returned the package to Amazon for a replacement.
When the replacement came, the plates were in perfect shape. However, the eight plastic stoppers were, again, missing, as were any instructions. I surfed until I found the customer support web site [...], and there discovered the instructions and customer service contact info [...].
I called customer service, and the rep instructed me to email him my Amazon receipt, after the receipt of which he would send me the new stoppers. I saved a PDF of my Amazon receipt and emailed it to him, with a return receipt enabled and instructions to please notify me of the replacement parts' departure.
Two days later, my email has not been opened and I have heard nothing. I'm returning the second set of stands to Amazon.
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.