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#870 - 01/13/02 09:22 PM Speaker Stands
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I have been looking at the SS24 stands for my pair of M3's. Is it possible to fill the column to add to the weight and therefore the stability. I have a couple of youngsters so every extra bit of stability would help. Thanks



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#871 - 01/14/02 08:14 AM Re: Speaker Stands
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By sealing the wire management holes with some putty or hot melt glue you could easily fill these stands with sand or similar type substance before attaching the top.

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