NS Series speaker stands
Our take on the Solidsteel NS-6 by Crutchfield's Dave Bar
Bring out the best in your speakers
Can speaker stands make a difference? They can if they're Solidsteel. If sound quality means a lot to you, then the last thing you want is for your speaker stands to be the weak link in your system. Solidsteel NS Series speaker stands are perfect for high-performance sound systems that use small- to medium-sized bookshelf speakers. Crafted in Italy, these stands offer a stylish design and heavy-duty build quality.
Each stand features a stable rectangular base and square top plate made of solid, heavy gauge steel to ensure superior strength and rigidity. The steel support pillars can be filled with shot or sand for added mass. The stands are finished with a resonance-damping paint to further enhance performance. Adjustable steel spikes ensure maximum stability on soft, carpeted surfaces.
- steel tube construction with black anti-resonant paint finish
- tubes can be filled with sand or shot for added mass and resonance control
- stand height: 24-5/8"
- top plate measures 6-5/16" x 6-5/16"
- base plate measures 9-1/8"W x 11"D
- adjustable carpet spikes included
- we recommend using metal disc floor protectors (not included) when placing stands on wood, tile, or stone flooring
- minor assembly required
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- 2 Top-plates
- 2 Bases
- 10 upright posts
- 8 Spikes 8 Hex-nuts
- 20 Screws
- 8 Putty pads
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Solidsteel Philosophy: Solidsteel's philosophy is that there should be no compromise in the build quality or benefits to sonic performance, and that the products should reflect the Italian "style" of design with the use of excellent materials, clean lines, well-considered utilization of space, and attention to detail.
Solid Steel Construction: These bookshelf loudspeaker stands (NS-6) feature solid steel construction, from the tubular upright posts to the top-plate and base.
Anti-Resonant Paint: The solid steel tubular upright posts, top-plate, and base are finished with an anti-resonant black, textured paint.
Spike Feet: Spike feet are included that screw into the bookshelf loudspeaker stand's base. Together, the spike feet and heavy steel base provide a solid, secure footprint. All spurious mechanical energies are discharged into the ground through the spike feet at the point where the table legs contact the floor. The spikes are removable to allow the steel tubular uprights to be filled with sand, lead shot, or other similar types of damping materials; which adds to the stand's already solid and secure footprint.
Note: There are no rubber feet or protective discs included with these stands, so be careful not to scratch your hardwood, laminate, tile, and vinyl floors with the spike feet. We recommend you purchase two sets of Solidsteel's protective discs (961DISCS4, sold separately) to protect your floors from damage.
Putty Pads: The included putty (sticky) pads attach to the stand's top-plate and provide a stable environment to place your bookshelf loudspeakers.
Dimensions: Each stand measures 24.625" in height and are not adjustable. The base measure 9.125" (w) x 11.0625" (d) for a stable footprint. The top-plate measures 6.3125" square to place your bookshelf speakers. The manufacture did not provide a maximum weight capacity for the stand.
Assembly Required: These bookshelf loudspeaker stands (NS-6) come unassembled and will require assembly. The included hex-key and hardware are all you need to assemble the stands. No instructions provided.
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1 question already asked
1 answer Question: can i drill holes into the plate to attach my speaker ? (Background: I like what i read about these. But i want to secure my speakers with screws not putty. Before anyone YELLS at me about this - my B&W CM-1 speakers have screw holes already built in to them. B&W makes stands that do not look good (IMHO) and are also more expensive - and given Solidsteel's great reputation/engineering, i want to go with them.) Thank you. Steve [ STEPHEN M. Mar 19, 2017 ]
All of the information in the owner's manual and on Solidsteel's website suggests using the included "Pata-fix" putty to properly fix the speakers to the top plate. You may want to contact Solidsteel's support directly for more information on drilling a hole into the top plate--you can reach them by phone at 312-738-5025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org [ Larry Apr 01, 2017 ] Staff