Pair of 12" x 15" Mapleshade Speaker Plinths with 2" Thick Bases in Deep Rosewood Color with radiused Heavyfeet for Hard Floors. These are $575 a pair new.
Used in a secondary system that is being liquidated. As you can see they bear a few marks from the spiked footers I used under my speakers. Once speakers are on them and you step away a few feet you don't really notice it. But please inspect the pictures carefully so you know what you are getting. They could, of course, be sanded down and re-stainted or left nude.
Buyer to pay shipping and fees. Cheers and thanks for looking. Please check out my other listings for many of the different Mapleshade brass footers.
From the Mapleshade Website:
Concrete and plywood floors cripple the
sound of your speakers. They muddy the bass, smear the midrange, and suck the
life out of the treble. In fact, 90% of “room problems” are caused by
bad-sounding floors. Instead of spending thousands on room treatments that
address the wrong problem, here is a direct, evidence-based cure: drain the
speakers’ vibrational energy, not into the problem floor, but into heavy
maple bases rigidly mounted on the floor via massive brass feet.
Our 2" or 4" maple bases make
a far cleaner sink for receiving and dissipating the speakers’ vibrations
than flimsy, resonant ½" plywood flooring or, worst of all, concrete.
Instead of accepting these vibrations, concrete, tile, and stone strongly
reflect back almost all the vibrational energy out of phase and distorted.
Equally toxic to good speaker sound are modern “engineered” wood floors,
particularly floating floors that rest on rubbery insulating sheets. Carpet
over concrete or plywood just worsens the situation.
Double the sonic upgrade
of our maple stands by replacing your speakers’ spikes or composite feet with our much
more rigid brass Threaded Heavyfeet, Triplepoints, MegaMounts or Threaded
• Recommended for speakers up to
11" wide and 14" deep
• Always use 4" thick bases on
• For best performance on uncarpeted
floors, use our standard footer option
• To avoid leaving dings on expensive
hardwood floors, use our radiused footer option
• On carpet, it is essential for
the tips of the Maple Plinths' footers to contact the solid floor beneath the
• For high pile carpet with padding
(more than 1/2" deep), you need thick carpet footers to penetrate to the
• For thin commercial wall-to-wall
carpet (less than 1/2"), thin carpet footers will sound slightly better
than the thick carpet version.