A homemade stand for speakers made of poplar plywood, by Edward

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Edward

Edward

NL

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2 minutes

In this DIY project, Edward shows how he made a stand for his speakers. He opted for poplar plywood in a thickness of 30mm and ordered it to size online. Read more about his approach and experience on the blog.

Description of Edward

Speaker stands that fit perfectly on my desk. Bookcase speakers would be too late for good sound without these stands. They can only be found online for a lot of money and are often not attractive. Based on the purchased speakers, I made stands that fit exactly in length and width. The speakers are now at ear height. The stands themselves both have room for a class D amplifier on the right side and a pen tray on the left side.

How I made this project

I chose poplar wood, 3 cm thick . Poplar because I think it has a nice look on my desk. 3 cm for strength. This 3 cm also gave me the opportunity to put screws in the sides. For extra strength I added screw thread. The nuts provide the possibility of adjustment and also form the finish. In addition, the stands are placed on spikes to prevent sound from vibrating through. The left position is the most basic: two sides, a top and a bottom. The right stand has an extra 'floor' to provide space for both a DAC and an amplifier. If you only have an amplifier, you can omit this.

Dimensions of my DIY project

20.0 cm wide 26.5 cm high (but there will be spikes underneath) 2.5cm)

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How next?

Want to make this DIY project? Check out Edward's saw list and complete your order easily.

€ 305,90


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