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    Monolith by Monoprice 24in Speaker Stands (Each)
    Product # 24794
    $49.99
    Height:
    24in 28in 32in
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    Model 24794
    Type 24" Monolith™ Speaker Stand
    Construction Steel and MDF Composite Wood
    Maximum Weight Capacity 75.0 lbs. (34 kg)
    Base Dimensions 12.0" x 9.9" (306 x 251 mm)
    Top Plate Dimensions 8.5" x 6.0" (216 x 152 mm)
    Height 24.0" (609 mm)
    Weight 19.0 lbs (8.6 kg)

     
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    Can the spikes be removed and replaced? If so what is the thread type of the spikes? 1/4" - 20?
    A shopper on Dec 17, 2017
    It doesn't appear so but is there wire management built into the stand? Thank you.
    A shopper on Sep 19, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No, does not appear to have extra holes for wires to be threaded thru.
    Do you have a 36" version of these stands?
    A shopper on Oct 21, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: We currently do not, but thank you for the suggestion. We will take it into consideration for future products.
    How many pounds of sand do I need to fill each stand?
    Qui N on Mar 11, 2018
    I understand that the speaker stand support columns can be filled with sand for dampening purposes. Understanding THAT, once in place, how well do the columns interface with the bottom, (and top), plates? Does one need to place some sort of a seal/gasket material between the column ends and the bottom and top plates to prevent sand leakage? Also, are there any unforeseen challenges to filling the columns with sand. ..i.e., how large is aperture at the top of the columns into which the sand, (or other dampening material), must be poured?
    New User U on Dec 19, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: They have a pretty tight seal at the bottom. To be overly safe, you could devise a seal or gasket, but I'm not sure it is necessary. The opening to pour in the sand is not large, so I would use a funnel of some sort. One thing to remember is these are made of steel, and are already relatively inert out of the box. The quality of your speaker will determine how good your sound is far more than filling these with sand.
    Can the columns be filled with sand?
    A shopper on Dec 8, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, the columns can be filled with sand or other mass loading material.
    Do you find the 24" height to be a little low to put the bookshelf tweeter at ear level? Seems most sofas and chairs will have you sitting higher than that.
    Milton M on Jan 3, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Ideal front speaker height = ear height while seated. An 11" tall speaker like the Monolith Air Motion 5, would put the top of the speaker at 35". Most tower speakers range from 35" - 43"
    I have B&W 702 S2 speakers. These speakers are larger than bookshelf size and are meant to be floorstanding. For optimal sound, I need to raise in height by 20-24". I am considering mounting each 702 on a pair of these stands (so 4 stands in total). The 702's are 7.9"w x 13.3"d and weigh 65 lb apiece. Thoughts and comments appreciated ... do you think this will work?
    A shopper on May 16, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Dear Fellow Audiophile:

    I will state that I was impressed with the Monolith 24 inch stands that I purchased, as they appear to be not only well finished aesthetically speaking, but also precisely machined such that they go together relatively easily, and are built surprisingly solidly, (and this is coming from an owner of a pair of "custom" "Sound Anchor" stands for a pair of Lipinski Sound monitors). I will also state that I purchased MY Monoliths for a pair of Audience Audio 1+1's), and after mounting the pillars to the base, elected to seal the bottoms of all the pillars with a fast hardening liquid rubber, and then painstakingly fully filling the pillars with sandbox sand, in order to add mass and maximally absorb any potential resonance. (The monoliths are now very dense/heavy(~40 lbs., and "inert")

    Regarding YOUR application, I will assume that you would configure the stands side by side, (creating a width of 8.5 inches, as well as an "overall" depth of 16 inches), if the stand bases are flush with each other. My concern of course is the (at a minimum) 4 inch gap between the stand tops, (not that speaker stand plates would not accommodate the speaker base feet/spikes(?)), but the potential for for/aft wobbling or osculations when playing low and loud( +/-3dB @ 45 Hz.). IF the speaker stands are mounted on a hard/solid floor, they MIGHT be reasonably stable, (noting that each speaker weighs approx. 65Lbs.), HOWEVER, on carpet, (even if the speaker stands are on spikes), I would be somewhat cautious, if not leery). I would venture a guess that if you could SOLIDLY "strap" both the speaker stand bases, as well as in particular strapping the speaker stand top plates together, (RIGIDLY), the Monoliths might just be a great, economical choice., maintaining that both the bottom and top plates of the speaker stands remained parallel to each other, respectively.

    You ARE aware of the low freq. changes effected by elevating the 702's ?

    801 owner
    Is the bolt pattern on the mounting plate standard for bookshelf speakers, or is it specific to Monolith speakers?
    A shopper on Mar 11, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: There is no bolt pattern to mount the speakers, they sit on top and avoid sliding the little foam stickers that are included. They are very good stands, much better than the MDF stuff that costs more.
    It says they are MDF?
    A shopper on Dec 2, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: That is incorrect, it is all metal construction from the top to the spikes.
    Do floor spikes come with rubber tips for hardwood floors?
    A shopper on Nov 12, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No, there are just spikes included.
    Anyone have Polk LSiM 703s on these? If so, how do they fit regarding the base dimensions?
    Milton M on May 12, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: The Polk's footprint is quite a bit larger than our plate. May cause some instability.
    What size are the top plate what size are the top plate screws?
    A shopper on Jun 2, 2018
    4.9 / 5.0
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    Outstanding stands!
    These are very nice stands.
    All steel construction. 19.2 lbs. when assembled.
    Each leg will hold 5 lbs. of sand, thus making this stand weigh 39.2 lbs. when fully "dampened". Dampening of steel speaker stands is a must regardless of brand.
    These stands are a fantastic value. I'm an audiophile and can vouch for their functionality and overall quality.
    No "cable management" but that's easily solved.
    October 17, 2017
    Purchased
    11 months ago
    More Than Happy!
    I wasn't expecting much because of the ''low'' price for this kind of columns stand but i am pleasantly surprised i must say !

    Best Stand For The Price Out There If You Ask Me

    Like Always ,Fast Delivery And Smooth Transaction

    ** Just A Note So It Can Be rectified ;
    Under > Full Specs >Construction it is written ; Steel And Composite MDF Wood

    -This Stand Is All Still From Bottom Base To Top Plate-
    October 18, 2017
    Purchased
    11 months ago
    Strong,sturdy and a great price
    I was trying to put together a pet friendly video room but feared my bookshelf front speakers would not hold up to my cats exploration.Had to try these Monolith speakers based on the great price. Really sturdy steel with an easy assembly that included filling the stands with cat liter. I have no fear that anything could topple these except a direct hit by a vehicle. This kind of build combined with a low price makes them best deal out there.
    January 21, 2018
    Purchased
    9 months ago
    Solid speaker stand
    This is a very sturdy speaker stand that looks great. I'm not sure if I'll get around to filling with sand or shot, seems to perform fine without. I am very pleased with the quality and highly recommend.
    October 31, 2017
    Purchased
    11 months ago
    Very satisfied
    I don't know anything about speaker stands, but these are attractive and very sturdy. Mine are on tile so I did not put on the carpet spikes. My speakers are Elac B6 and fit on them just fine. I'm not going to bother putting sand in them, my speakers are now at the correct height and sound great. Be careful when assembling, the legs can scrape against the base and causes scratches.
    December 6, 2017
    Purchased
    10 months ago
    Very nice speaker stands. makes my surround sound set up look 10 times better very good looking product . Would recommend these speaker stands to anybody thatâ??s in to surround sound set upâ??s.
    December 11, 2017
    Purchased
    10 months ago
    Great stands
    Great stand. Well built and heavy construction. Installed rubber feet to set on hardwood floors
    January 16, 2018
    Purchased
    9 months ago
    Excellent Stand
    Steel, Black, 3 Year Warranty. Very sturdy, high quality.
    April 11, 2018
    Purchased
    5 months ago
    Solid stands
    I bought these for my Bowers Wilkins CM5 speakers. The stands are substantial, great quality, and work well (and of course the price beats everything I looked at). Monoprice comes through again!
    June 28, 2018
    Purchased
    3 months ago
    Awesome
    Incredibly sturdy stand for a fraction of the cost of the competition
    January 21, 2018
    Purchased
    9 months ago

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