Zen Adagios...outriggers?

The Acoustic Zen speakers I have are a bit top heavy and could use outriggers like the ones Thiel offers. Are there any aftermarket outriggers for this speaker out there?
Yes, there are aftermarket outriggers available for the Adagio speakers. In fact, there is a pair for sale here at audiogon right now. Just type in Adagio.

Ask for the Adagio sizes as there is smaller outrigger size made to fit the rear of the Adagio.

I have the outriggers on my Adagios (They were the ones Response34 said were for sale on Agon). They definitely provide the stability I was looking for. Whether they have any impact on the sound is a personal matter - maybe they sound a bit better to me or maybe its just wishful thinking. Jimmy at AZ told me that they will begin selling a base for the Adagios in the next couple of months (no price available yet). I would have liked to see what they were offering, but I just couldn't wait. I waited for the last year until the Soundocity outriggers became available used here on Agon.


Thanks for the info. I will look for the Zen outriggers when they become available. Can you tell me about your break-in experience with the Adagios? Mine is being schizophrenic as all heck....
Related subject, I was thinking of trying Symposium svelt shelves and Rollerblock Juniors under my Adagios. Has anyone any experience with this please?
I purchased a pair of Soundocity outriggers for my Adagios. They work great.
Soundocity.com has changed I think, does anybody know where to get adagio outriggers now?
"Can you tell me about your break-in experience with the Adagios? Mine is being schizophrenic as all heck...."

Virtually anyone who has bought brand new Adagios, myself included, have experinced the same schizophrenic nature during break-in. It takes a long time-my guestimate would be that mine took six weeks of playing three to four hours on weeknights and six hours or so on weekends (Sat and Sun) before they stabilized. I was breaking in brand new AZ speaker cables at the same time. I would add that with the Adagios, tiny changes in speaker position make a big difference. Toe-in and maintaining vertical and horizontal level is critical too. So a lot of patience and trial and error and precision with a good level will all pay dividends. Since I bought the Soundcity outriggers right away, moving the heavy speakers with those sharp spikes was quite the task until I got some smarts and used the slippery discs sold at stores for moving furniture-hard plastic on the bottom and rubber on top. With those, making small incremental and precise changes was easy until the optimum position was obtained.
George99sa... In the Speakers Threads, look under the "Best Treatment For Speaker Feet" thread for my answer on how to contact Sound-O-City.