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Pangea Audio LS300

Pair of speaker stands (24")

Item # 325LS30024

This pair of all-steel speaker stands works with a wide range of bookshelf speakers.

This pair of all-steel speaker stands works with a wide range of bookshelf speakers.

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Item # 325LS30024

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About the Pangea Audio LS300

Rugged, versatile speaker stands

Pangea's all-steel LS300 speaker stands are designed to work with a wide variety of bookshelf speakers. They range in height from 20" to 36", so you can place your speakers at the best height for your listening environment. We recommend positioning your speakers' tweeters at approximately the same height as your ears when you're seated in your favorite listening spot.

Rugged, versatile speaker stands

Pangea's all-steel LS300 speaker stands are designed to work with a wide variety of bookshelf speakers. They range in height from 20" to 36", so you can place your speakers at the best height for your listening environment. We recommend positioning your speakers' tweeters at approximately the same height as your ears when you're seated in your favorite listening spot.

Spikes are included for extra stability on carpet, and soft top pads help isolate the speaker from unwanted vibrations. Two hollow columns can be filled with sand or shot for ballast, and the third features holes near the top and bottom for neatly routing speaker wire. 

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Product highlights:

  • all-steel construction
  • stand height: 24"
  • 6" x 6" top plate
  • base plate measures 9-3/4" x 12"
  • two columns can be filled with sand or shot
  • third column features holes for cable management
  • soft top pads supplied for speaker isolation
  • floor spikes to help minimize vibrations
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # PGLS300 24

What's in the box:

  • 2 Top-plates
  • 2 Bases
  • 6 Upright posts
  • 8 Spike feet (hex-nuts attached)
  • 8 Rubbr pads
  • Six M6x18mm screws
  • Six M8x25mm screws
  • Hex-key
  • 2 "Pangea" logo badges
  • Assembly Instructions

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Features & specs

Number of Stands Included 2
Stand Type Floor
Compatibility Universal
Height 25.25
Weight Capacity 48
Base Dimensions 9.75 x 12.0
Top Plate Dimensions 6.0 x 6.0
Materials Steel
Adjustable No
Wire Management Yes
Fillable No
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Features

LS300 Speaker Stands: The Pangea Audio LS300 is a high-quality steel speaker stand that not only positions your loudspeaker drivers at the best acoustic height, but it also rigidly holds the speaker for optimal bass performance. This well-designed, all-steel stand solidly supports your monitor or bookshelf speaker improving image focus, reducing mid-range coloration, and tightening the bass performance.

  • The LS300 speaker stand can support up to 44 lbs and is available in five heights - 20 (21.25" w/ spikes), 24" (25.25" w/ spikes), 28" (29.25" w/ spikes), 32" (33.25" w/ spikes) or 36" (37.25" w/ spikes).
  • The Pangea Audio D300 speaker stands are priced and sold as pairs.

All-Steel Triangular Design: The Pangea Audio LS300 speaker stand boasts an all-steel design with extra heavy-duty hardware to improve your speaker's bass performance. The LS300 stand features three large-diameter steel support columns coupled to steel plates at the top and bottom to form a rigid triangular shape that offers an incredibly strong platform for improved speaker performance.

  • Steel Top-Plate: The steel top-plate measures 6" wide x 6" deep and fits a variety of compact monitor and bookshelf-style speakers. Four soft rubberized top pads are supplied for speaker isolation. A larger 6" wide x 9" deep top-plate is available and sold separately (see Accessories Tab).
  • Steel Columns: The three steel columns form a very rigid triangular shape for extra stability. Oversize solid metal bolts rigidly couple the support columns to the base and top-plate. Two of the columns can be filled with sand or steel shot for even better vibration damping.
  • Steel Base: The steel base measures 9.75" wide x 12" deep, and provides a solid and rigid platform for the stand and your speaker.

Spike Feet: The LS300 speaker stand comes with adjustable carpet-piercing steel spikes that install to the welded channels on the bottom of the heavy-duty base. These steel spikes help to isolate the stand and your speaker from the floor, absorbing vibration energy and preventing uwanted coloration of sound.

Note: The spike feet can damage hardwood, laminate, tile, vinyl and other hard surface flooring. No rubber feet or protective discs are included with these stands.

Wire Management: One of the Pangea Audio LS300 stand's support columns has openings at the top and the bottom for hiding and organizing your speaker wires.

 

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4 questions already asked

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Will these stands fit a pair of q acoustics 3020i speakers?
[ More  Jan 08, 2021 ]
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yes it should but any stands in 28 inch will be better.
[ Cheng  Jan 08, 2021 ]
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Yes, I have SVS Prime Bookshelf speakers which are similar in size to your Q Acoustics 3020i speakers but the SVS speakers are heavier and they fit nice.
[ ReggieB917451539  Jan 08, 2021 ]
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Absolutely! I have my Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-500M (a bit larger than those Q Acoustics) as rears on the original top mount plates. I also have the larger top plates, but only needed the original (smaller) top plates. I filled 2 tubes (each stand) with sand to add some base weight. Very stable/sturdy stands and should should work great for your speakers!
[ Dman  Jan 08, 2021 ]
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I don't know. What I can tell you is that I purchased them for use with a pair of KEF LS50 speakers. I was going to purchase the larger plate but they were out of them so all I got was the pair of stands. However, when they arrived I realized that I didn't need the larger plates. I guess you could look up the measurements of the LS50s and see how they compare to your speakers. Lastly, I have to say that I quite like them. They seem to work well.
[ Christopher  Jan 08, 2021 ]
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Hi! Would these work well for a pair of Definitive Technology PowerMonitor 700s, or should I should go bigger with the DS400s? They're deeper than they are wide (about 6 3/4' wide and about 12" deep), and weigh over 30 lbs each. Thanks!
[ Thomas  Jun 10, 2021 ]
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Either of the Pangea speaker stands will handle the weight of your monitors. It's the top plate that is cause for my concern. The largest top plate available for the Pangea stands, whether they are the 300's ot 400's, is 6" x 9" which means it will not be a full platform for your monitors. I have this situation myself and it's reallyy not a big deal. I'm inclined to recommend that you go with the 400's for greater stability even though they do look a little bulky. I'm very pleased with my Pangea 300's but I had to specify the 6"x 9" top plate for the 28 inch height.
[ MICHAEL  Jun 10, 2021 ]
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Those dimensions feel like you would want the bigger one.
[ MIKE  Jun 10, 2021 ]
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Hello, Thomas. The LS300s are very well built and should be sturdy enough for your heavier speakers, especially if you fill the posts with sand or shot (I haven't done that yet, but might when I figure out where their permanent home will be). The optional larger top plates are a good idea, though. At $24.95, the extra depth (6x9 vs the standard 6x6) will fit your speakers better and you're still under the cost of the 4-pillar DS400s. Those plates didn't come with the little pads, as I recall, so either reserve the ones that come with the 6x6s or get yourself something else like blue tack or whatever). I thought the 3-post LS looks a little nicer and lighter with a skinny speaker like yours (I bought them for my ELAC B5.2s), but the beefier DS does have its own appeal, too. Good luck and good listening! John W.
[ JOHN  Jun 10, 2021 ]
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Yes, but you probably need to buy the optional top plate set 6 x 9. They worked perfect for my Polk S20's bookshelf speakers. I bought the 28" tall which fits perfect at ear level when I sit on my sofa. They are sturdy, well constructed and look great. Thank you Crutchfield.! I am a happy customer enjoying Hi Res audio.??
[ JORGE DE  Jun 10, 2021 ]
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Will the Martin Logan 35xti be too big for these?
[ mcc8600  May 22, 2021 ]
2 answers
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Yes, your speakers will be just a little bit bigger than the stands. But these speakers stands are of high quality and are very solid! I have a pair of Klipsch's RP 600m. On these for the last 3 years and my dimensions are even a little bigger then your Martin Logan. You have a little over hang on both ends but not much! Again these are very well maid! These will work for your Martin Logan 35xti!!
[ Charles  May 23, 2021 ]
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Hi, I am using these with Kef Q350 speakers, which are 8-5/16"W x 14-1/4"H x 12-1/16"D. They weigh 16.8 lbs. The Pangea stands are very sturdy.
[ MICHAEL  May 22, 2021 ]
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I have a pair of ancient Criterion 8 inch 2 way, 21"h, 12"w, 11"d, 20lbs Will these work?.
[ Brett  Jul 07, 2021 ]
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The stands' platform that you place the speakers on is pretty small, but they'll work. Just use some blu-tack to secure the speakers and bear in mind you cannot fill the stands with sand despite what Pangea says.
[ THOMAS  Jul 07, 2021 ]
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If you don't mind them hanging over a bit. My speakers measures 8"w x 15 3/4"h x 11 7/8"d They hang over a bit but are very sturdy I have been using them for over a year now with no problems! I have checked out other stands but these matched for the proper height. And where the best bang for your buck and well made! Again they are very solid and if you don't mind your speakers hanging over a bit. Then yes! Hope this helps.
[ Charles  Jul 07, 2021 ]

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