Step 1: Supplies
four angle brackets
screws that fit in the mounting holes of the speakers
four small rectangular pieces of wood
I used 2" angle brackets from home depot; they cost me $2.89. For the wood, I bought two wooden garden stakes; they were 20 cents a piece at home depot. The wood screws I used for the speakers mounting hardware were $1.49. I am doing this for $4.58. I went to home depot. I am positive that you can do better somewhere else.
Tools you will need:
I used a miter saw to cut the wood because I like a straight cut. Your can use any saw that will cut a small piece of wood. My screwdrivers were a Craftsman 41297 and an electric Black and Decker one. In case you don't know what a try square is, it is a tool that will give you a 90 degree angle from an edge. It is for straight lines and helps a lot with cuts. I used both a pen and a sharpie because although the sharpie is easier to see and writes better, the pen has a sharper line. The vice and pry bar are just one way to bend a metal angle bracket. If you don't have them, imagine another way.