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How to construct a cardboard speaker stand which will support your center speaker on top of your wall-mounted LCD or Plasma. Take a look at the last ...
This is the hardest step. You need to find out the rear curve of your TV at the top. Here is how I did it. I took a piece of scrap paper and cut it t...
Next, using the paper curve as a stencil, trace out the curve onto two pieces of cardboard. Cut them out using a scissor or exacto knife.
Next trace the bottom side of the speaker onto cardboard.
Using a scissor or exacto knife cut out the bottom piece.
If necessary, trim the rectangle to match the dimensions of the side pieces.
Glue the two sides onto the bottom piece. I used hot glue.
Using a Sharpie or other black permanent marker, color in all visible parts of your speaker holder.
If necessary, cut a small notch in the back of the holder so the speaker wires can fall behind the TV.
And that's it!
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