Subject: Re: Studio monitors suitable for installation on stands?
From: Dennis Bathory-Kitsz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 04 2005 - 09:44:26 EST
At 03:17 PM 3/4/05 +0100, Roald Baudoux wrote:
>Our school is setting up a studio for multiphonic (8 channels)
>composition. As we'd like to be able to move the loudspeakers according
>to the composition projects, we are looking for (reasonably big)
>loudspeakers suitable for installation on stands.
>Is such a thing possible without having a hole in the bottom of each
>loudspeaker? Are there companies which propose such a feature for their
>monitors? Any solution without a hole?
Although we were using smaller Roland studio monitors, we created the
octophonic space with PVC stands that could be made in several heights and
quickly rearranged. They were inexpensive and simple to build, and did not
damage the speakers. This was 1-inch PVC, but larger PVC would be very
strong and safe, and you could use bungees or equipment straps for
additional security. (We were going to use straps, but these speakers were
stable without them.) Here's a pix:
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