Just so you know, the Millennial Generation has discovered the sonic joy that larger speakers deliver. They're not running 15" Cerwin Vegas off of 500W amps yet. Think self-powered 6"~8" mid/woofer with a separate tweeter above it. They want speaker stands to get the tweeter closer to ear level.
Yes, I know. :)
In my living room, I have a pair of B&W 605 S2s.
In my home studio, I have these:
They do not come in woodgrain, unfort.
I have recently purchased a pair of B&W 602 S2 bookshelf speakers, as a different and second frame of reference to the ATCs. Currently, the way they sit on my stands, the tweeter is just slightly below ear level; I need to raise them 9" so the tweeter is a little above
ear level, as this is the way they sound flattest in my room, from my listening position.
, the answer is nothing really.... I could indeed go with laminated blocks or even a hollowed out contraption. But I figured if I can get a solid block for not a huge sum more than the materials to make the latter, that would be preferable as it would save me the work, and trying to find someone to cut some wood for me. I had not thought of laminated blocks until your mention, however. Where do I find those? Is that something HDepot would have? Or do I still need a decent lumber yard.