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Domed loudspeaker stand feet - any ideas where these are from?

Discussion in 'audio' started by robinb, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. robinb

    robinb Member

    Hi everyone!

    I'm trying to source something but drawing blanks so hoping the community here can help.

    Ages ago I bought some cheap Atacama stands from a local dealer (now gone out of business) and he supplied them with some hemispherical (i.e. dome shaped) nylon feet that screw into the base of the stands.

    Probably not as effective as spikes but major WAF where parquet floors are concerned...!

    I need some more for a different set of speakers and Atacama say the feet aren’t their product, so a bit of a mystery.

    Any ideas where these might be found, guys?!


    [I'd attach a pic but apparently I don't have the rights to do so!]
  2. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

  3. Cesare

    Cesare pfm Member

    I feel your parquet pain - ours has a fair few marks and scuffs from the previous owners, and we're doing our best to keep things reasonably scratch free, but that's mainly as it's such a pain to clear the house enough to get the floor sanded and re-sealed that I dread having to do this again ;-)

    Anyhow, yes, floor protectors work but these tend to be hard to slide if you need to move the stands, and so i'd go with some machine feet as tony has suggested. If the shafts are too long you'll need to get the junior hacksaw out, but it's easy to cut them down to size.
  4. jy3

    jy3 pfm Member

  5. tuga

    tuga Legal Alien

  6. Rug Doc

    Rug Doc pfm Member

  7. robinb

    robinb Member

    Thanks for all the suggestions, guys

    Rug Doc: I'm going to give the Superspikes a go - they were new to me so thanks for alerting me to them!


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