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    Default Tv Stand

    Hi,
    I finally finished the tv stand I started this spring. It turned out well I think. I had some orange stained glass for the door and stained the birch wood with cherry stain. Still need to install the magnetic door catch. The wife likes it and it holds all the components well. Now I need to make speaker stands. I also am going to change the shape of the sub box from square to a wedge to fit better behind the stand. The work never ends.
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    looks good

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    That wood looks beautiful! Nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerboy View Post
    Hi,
    Now I need to make speaker stands. I also am going to change the shape of the sub box from square to a wedge to fit better behind the stand. The work never ends.
    A shame that the speaker are not a more optimal height.

    Zsolt

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    Smile Stand

    Hi,
    I am using stands but they are fugly. I think I will make mdf stands that are hollow and fill them with sand. That will be the next audio project before the new power supply for the Monica dac, build a Hagerman Picollo mc head amp, the sub box, the mono 78 playback setup, ect, ect. Fun, fun.

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    I just want to see the pics...

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    I just

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    want to

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    see the

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    pictures...

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    This 10 post minimum to see attached pictures rule is stupid.

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    Nice Job, perfect center channel setup.


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    Default Speaker stands=Ls50

    Well the mdf speaker stands became Ls50 speakers. Found a pair on CL. They sound better than mdf and waf is good. Installed the magnetic catch and need to set the hinges lower. I am happy with the stand. It looks good and will take a medium sized hd tv in the future. We are refacing the fireplace in the living rm now, so I am happy it is done. I am also making a wedge shaped sub box to replace the original table style box. So many projects, no time.
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    Nice work just think what you can build now!

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    Default Tv stand vented

    Ventilated the tv stand. Can't believe it's been this long since I build this. Because the hdmi board went out on the pioneer I thought more ventilation was needed. Router made a clean job of it.
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    Very nicely done, congratulations. The finish is beautiful.

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