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Question about using "speaker stands"
#420587 10/03/16 05:44 AM
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Axiom only sells stands that are 24" tall. Our furniture is taller than that - so it seems to me the furniture would block/absorb a lot of the sound. There seem to be stands that can extend to 48".

Will the M2 or M3 "ONwall" with bracket have the right connection points to fit on a generic stand that has fitting/connection points that are somewhat adjustable to fasten on to a speaker stand.
Here is the stand I have in mind:
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01A...=A2QJV1LHQIKRFO

Thank you

Re: Question about using "speaker stands"
mket #420589 10/03/16 08:18 AM
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You can get our stands up to 38" by having us make a custom pole height for you. If this works for you it is easiest to e-mail debbie@axiomaudio.com and she will look after everything.


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Re: Question about using "speaker stands"
mket #421506 12/16/16 02:53 AM
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I just bought a new "primary seat" with a lower back for that very reason. Note: Debbie called me to modify my order because even though the website gives the option of up to 38" height, the max is apparently 36". This worked out well.


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