Easy Speaker Stands

I had been saving up for a nice set of Sony surround speaker set, but I found a brand new set in my closet, I guess I had misplaced them :$

I wanted some stands for the front ones, so I scrounged around and found these extra table legs.
This whole thing was sooooo easy!

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Step 1: Materials

I would assume that many table legs would be shaped like these so you should be able to find someting similar. I had these laying around from a table I broke.

*Table legs
*Hot Glue

Step 2: Step 1

First, make sure everything is clean. Plug in the hot glue gun.
These speakers and table legs balanced best with the speakers hanging over the things that stick out.. (dunno what they're called)
Testing is important, I guess. It wouldn't have mattered if these would be on a hardwood floor or similar.

Step 3: Glue

This part is easy. Just put some glue on the speaker, and place on the stand, then hold for 30 seconds or so until the glue has cooled enough.

Step 4: Wiring

This part is also very easy. Just run the wire down the side/back/front/nowhere and apply small drops of hot glue every foot or so.

Step 5: Installation

Finished! Now just place where you want, and connect.

Celebrate your new stands by popping some popcorn and pop in a popular movie, and be wowed by the popping sound from your new simple speaker stands!! (i'm so punny XD)

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