Pangea Audio - LS200 - Speaker Stand - Pair - 28 Inches
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- Rigid all-steel audiophile design
- Scratch-resistant baked-on textured black finish
- Adjustable-level carpet-piercing spiked feet
- Handles speakers from 8 to 32 lbs
- Easy to assemble
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Pangea Audio's LS200 speaker stand is perfect for bookshelf-size and smaller speakers. The combination of audiophile features and affordability makes the LS200 easy on the ears as well as on the wallet. The rigid all-steel design provides solid support and stability which make the most of your speaker's sonic capabilities. The sand-fillable or lead shot-fillable front support lets you add mass to your LS200 for greater mass loading and resonance control. The rear support has holes in it for hiding your speaker cable. Adjustable carpet-piercing spiked feet make set up simple, as does the easy assembly. The LS200 has a scratch-resistant baked-on textured black finish that looks great - and lasts and lasts.
Top Customer Reviews
The back column for each speaker contains a hole near the top and bottom for fishing your speaker wire through. A very nice touch.
In summary, it's not a bad stand, and I'm very pleased with the material and construction. In fact, I'm considering another set of stands for a different room, and tops on my list is another set of Pangea stands. I wouldn't hesitate to buy their products again.
Pass on these speaker stands and spend another $50 on VTI products or Sanus SF-30B. I have never been so disappointed in a product in my life.
The biggest issues I have with these are that the threaded holes the spikes are supposed to go in were cracked on the inside on one of the stands, but only on one side of the stand. So, 2 out of 4 threaded holes were visibly cracked. Whoever does their quality control should be fired. This level of absent mindedness in the QC dept is inexcusable.
I was able to force the spikes into these respective holes by using a wrench and slowly and carefully turing them until they got far enough in to be secured more thoroughly.
After all 8 spikes were installed, and the stands were turned over, the stands are visibly at a higher level than the carpet that they are sitting on. Because the spikes are in as far as they will go, which leaves quite a bit of spike to penetrate the carpet, the stands look like they are floating above my carpet.
This also means that the stands are not very stable; definitely not as stable as a pair of stands that utilize the spikes and the base for support.
I am not impressed with these stands and their lack of quality control is seriously disappointing. The fact that they are wobbly as well makes this a product I would definitely not recommend, especially at this price (yes, I could have spent more money, but I could have spent le$$ and got more from a pair of wood stands by Sanus - I mistakenly thought that metal would be a more solid choice here).
Sprayed the black powder coat an off-white color to go with the surrounding cabinetry; the original powdercoat seems to be taking the spray nicely.
1.These tubes are NOT designed to be filled with anything; fittings on top and bottom of tubes are welded with fittings for connecting bolts, and they are not sealed to hold sand,
2. nor is there any reasonable access port to add any additional ballast as marketed.
3. My biggest frustration will come when I try to fish the expensive audio cables I've purchased through top and bottom side-holes provided. Tubes are narrow, cable is thick with soldered banana plugs... Ideas?
Again, these are close but not worth the price...