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Replacing speaker spikes.

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by The Jayler, May 27, 2005.

  1. The Jayler

    The Jayler
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    During a recent move, two of the spikes in the base of my speakers were broken off. :mad: The spike and insert were lost and a big hole has replaced them. The hole does not go all the way through. but is to big to replace the insert. I have seen some 'sticky on' ones on flee bay for £20 which could work and cover the hole. Any body know if these are any good. Or could i buy some, like i have in my surround stands, which go all the way through the base and screw in. Not the most exciting topic i know but any help would be appreciated. I payed quite a lot of money for these monitor audio speakers and would like them spiked again.
     
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    If you can find out what thread the holes are there are loads of various M6 and M8 spikes (plus any other sizes) that you could replace them with. :)
     

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