Lowe's 30 dollars
PS, I see the lean, so if you spin it the other way there is room, I have another set of this shelving unit with the reinforced shelves, I may go with it..
So they don't seperate, each shelf is Gorilla taped underneath "hinge style", remove legs, and fold each platform
Interesting. My personal approach to this is that I won't put an L1® anyplace I wouldn't stand (or dance).
Do you think the riser would pass the test?
Note to all: Bose strongly advises against elevating the L1®s. It's a safety concern.
I considered that, as even if the sys is on the floor, there could still be damage due to negligence... The stand is 2 sections of poly shelving (if you didn't already know.. of course each individual shelf is wobbly, yet when attached They create a wobble free base, and it's pretty strong.. I have a set that I can stand on..
I suppose danger is lurking all about, I can't tell you how many times someone, regardless of placement, always managed to trip over one of my speaker tripods :/
Aside from that, the unit will be next to me, yet unless it rattles off of the stand due to vibration (you think?), it hasn't walked around yet
I will know how it goes by Sunday morning ... thanks
As I have been reading these posts, I have determined that a lot of forum users express a little height for larger crowds (although "stages" are prime.. I do also see folks placing their L1s on a base of 4 B1s.. now that is scary to me..
I figure a 2 foot rise on a solid platform would make me feel better on a crowded floor...
I am open to other ideas... or comment..
Not to burst, but I think the B1s will give better response on the floor and the L1 height is fine as is.
Yes, that would be me. I also use on the top B1's a non skid pad (http://neklait.com/non-slip-rug-pads/). It does two things. Balances the power stand flat because of the ridge two b1's produce when side by side, and doesn't move from the bass vibrations. Those tables would never take holding me as I walk on them and I only weigh 200lbs. I'll stick with the cabinets.
Yes, that would be me. I also use on the top B1's a non skid pad (http://neklait.com/non-slip-rug-pads/). It does two things. Balances the power stand flat because of the ridge two b1's produce when side by side, and doesn't move from the bass vibrations. Those tables would never take holding me as I walk on them and I only weigh 200lbs. I'll stick with the cabinets.[/QUOTE]
I'm not denying you app, if it works well then that's all we are looking for
This is strictly for the larger crowds so they don't block the sound.. I'm actually on the fence on how it looks.. I'm 240 and stood on it after you made mention.. so I'm happy with security.. PLUS if I cahnge my mind, I have an extra shelving unit to put more junk on in my garage
Well it turns out when I got to the venue, I saw no need for the riser.. So I will make the determination at each venue.. I did however have the L1 next to me and a column in this particular venue and had a guest step over the B1s to come around to talk to me even though there was a completely open other side ... GGGGrrrrr
Yup...I've seen those people. I think they are cousins of the ones that lean on your Facade with a drink in their hand... Yikes!!!
"A little cheese goes a long way in human interaction"
It has been a topic of discussion here for some time. Liability always being a concern... Having a safe and secure method to get them off the floor gives one some options to consider whenever the environment proves challenging to the stock set up.
Thanks for the info and let us know how it works for you when you do use them.
I only elevate mine when backed up against a wall for extra support - never like an island. And then only when faced w/ possibility of a wall of bodies.
I will, I was unfamiliar with the venue when I arrived but took it understanding that I MAY need it..
I don't think I will this week also.. maybe the 19th.. I will see..
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