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Thread: Sierra-2 Speaker Stand Minimum Top Plate Area Recommendation?

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    Default Re: Sierra-2 Speaker Stand Minimum Top Plate Area Recommendation?

    Quote Originally Posted by curtis View Post
    At least use pads or something like blu-tac to protect the speakers from scratches.
    No measurable difference in sound quality between neoprene pads and no pads on stands?

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    Default Re: Sierra-2 Speaker Stand Minimum Top Plate Area Recommendation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Roen View Post
    No measurable difference in sound quality between neoprene pads and no pads on stands?
    Have you done any research? What have you found? As far as know, there is nothing definitive.

    That is why I say at least protect from scratches, or with blutac, a little more secure to the stand.

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    Default Re: Sierra-2 Speaker Stand Minimum Top Plate Area Recommendation?

    Quote Originally Posted by pegleg View Post
    My Sierra 2s are horizontal. Do any of you know of a decent stand for them in this position. Many stands seem to have a 22# max weight which seems iffy for the 20# Sierra.
    Thanks, Pegleg
    Some of the Sanus stands say up to 25 lbs. I think that is really conservative. Those things are pretty sturdy.

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    Default Re: Sierra-2 Speaker Stand Minimum Top Plate Area Recommendation?

    Quote Originally Posted by curtis View Post
    Have you done any research? What have you found? As far as know, there is nothing definitive.

    That is why I say at least protect from scratches, or with blutac, a little more secure to the stand.
    I'd use Blu-Tak instead of the pads. Otherwise the pads.

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    Default Re: Sierra-2 Speaker Stand Minimum Top Plate Area Recommendation?

    Quote Originally Posted by curtis View Post
    Some of the Sanus stands say up to 25 lbs. I think that is really conservative. Those things are pretty sturdy.
    Agree. I'm using them with my S2's (vertical, not horizontal). Very sturdy.

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