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New Skylan stands

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    Noel at Skylan has some new 2 post stands for the P3ESR. I think they look great.

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  • #2
    Nice. How tall are those stands Don? 26"? 28"?


    • #3
      With spikes, mine measure 26 3/4".


      • #4
        Is this a production model, or are they built to order? I don't think this model is listed on the website. If it is, it isn't listed as being made specifically for the P3ESR. If you don't mind me asking, how much does this particular model cost? I've been saving to buy speaker stands of decent quality and these appear to fit the bill.


        • #5
          It is a production model built for the P3ESR. He doesn't have it listed yet on the website. I spoke with him earlier today and the finalized height will be 27" and priced at $305 plus shipping.

          Don Leman
          West Coast Audio
          Surrey BC


          • #6
            I have 4sky20 for my Compact HL:just fantastic!!

            In the shipping box you will have: tool, a cup and a funny hat to put the sand on the stand, etc...

            Plus if you have questions, Noel answer any time!

            Very good service ; I recommand!