Clever. Are you planning to post a photo?
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Post a pic in your system page for all to see.
Great idea. I made some similar but mine were made with pot metal pieces. They were an experiment and never made to look nice...and they looked crappy. Very effective though. Shortly after I made mine a pair of used Soundocity outriggers showed up here and I snapped them up.
Okay so I hastily added a couple pics of the speakers with the outriggers to my system pics as you requested. I think the Soundocity outriggers work really well but I don't want the extra height they give to the speakers in my setup. Plus, I have enough money left over to buy ten or twenty CD's. And beer.
The PSB's never floated my boat. I found them uninvolving and unconvincing and polite. Before those I had Stratus Goldi speakers which I really enjoyed-they were bombastic and fun in spite of their flaws. The Synchronies were way too "refined" for me. Usher BE-718's and the Adagios have special qualities and a certain kind of magic that I never got with the Synchronies. For the money I spent on them new and being a PSB fan, I was very disappointed. Oh, I just peeked at your system and I see you have Golds! Keep 'em. I would still have mine but we moved to a small house with a small room and the Golds just completely overwhelmed it. My last room was large and the Golds were awesome with solid state amps that put out over 700 WPC into their 4 ohm load. I used a Rotel RB-1090 and later a pair of Parasound JC-1's.