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Cambridge Audio Minx 600P Adjustable Floor Stands
Our take on the Cambridge Audio Minx 600P Adjustable Floor Stands by Crutchfield's Kristen Schaub
The solid Minx 600P floor stands match the style of Cambridge Audio's Minx speakers perfectly. These adjustable stands extend from 27-3/4" to 43-1/2", so you can easily place them next to your couch or TV and position your speakers at ear level. They also feature an integrated cable management system to help keep unsightly wires hidden.
This are simply Perfect!!! the glass base is amazing, very stable and easy to regulate to the height you want. Make sure you use speaker cable Max 16 gaugeor 12 possible to pass through but really difficult. Looks great does the job that supposed to do.
What's in the Box:
- 2 White upright posts
- 2 White bases
- 8 Spiked feet (installed on bases)
- 8 Rubber protective caps (installed on spiked feed)
- 2 Hex-nuts (installed on uprights)
- 2 Threaded inserts
- 2 Plastic adapters
- Four 6mm machine screws
- 2 Star-washers
- Installation Diagram
- compatible with select Cambridge Audio Minx Min speakers
- constructed using high-lacquer steel and UV-bonded tempered glass
- integrated cable management system
- easy mounting for Cambridge Audio Minx speakers
- weight: 6.4 lbs. (each)
- 6"W x 27-3/4"H x 8"D (43-1/2" maximum height)
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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Note: The Cambridge Audio Minx satellite speakers feature rear-mounted 6mm threaded inserts which are used to attach the Cambridge Audio 600p adjustable floor-stands, via the included M6 screws and plastic mounting adapters.
Construction: The Minx 600P adjustable floor-stands are fashioned from high-lacquer steel and UV bonded tempered glass. The floor-stand's upright tube is constructed from steel, while the base is a combination of steel and tempered glass.
Colors: The Cambridge Audio Minx floor-stands are available in a black or white lacquer finish.
Adjustable: The height of the Cambridge Audio Minx 600P floor-stands is adjustable from 27.75" to 43.5".
Wire Management: The adjustable floor-stands feature integrated cable management. Your speaker wire can be pulled through the floor-stand's hollow upright tubes. The opening measures 0.375" in diameter.
Spiked Feet: Each adjustable floor-stand employs four spiked feet to use on your carpet. If you have tile or hardwood floors, the Cambridge Audio 600p floor-stands also included rubber protective caps to fit over the spiked feet, so they won't scratch or damage your floors.
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1 question already asked
Yes, I am using them with the Minx 22 speakers. Fits great. [ Morgan Apr 04, 2016 ]
Yes, its a tight fit, but they do ft on the stand. The speakers end up with a slight upward tilt which can be compensated for by lowering the height of the pole slightly. Overall it seems to work fine. [ Linda Apr 04, 2016 ]