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    I just purchased a new 9.2 setup of Polk gear and looking for nice speaker stands for RTi-A1(Cherry) and FXi-A4(Black). Something that will go nicely and has very good cable management. I am using Monoprice's 12 gauge in the wall wire with a sleeve. My setup is:

    RTi-A7 - L&R
    CSi-A6 - Center
    Pro DSW 660wi (x2) - Sub
    RTi-A1 - Heights and Wides
    FXi-A4 - Surround

    Will be using Denon AVR-A100 and debating if I should get an XPA-3 or not. Anyway thanks for your help.

    -RobNY

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    Budget ?!?

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    Well was hoping for $100 per pair I guess but can spend more if they are worth it.

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    That's great do you have any experience with them? Am just wondering about cable management.

    -RobNY

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruZZi View Post

    Decided to go with this one seems everyone was raving about it. Thanks for the help!

    -RobNY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    Decided to go with this one seems everyone was raving about it. Thanks for the help!

    -RobNY
    Hi Rob,

    From what I hear, it's a good choice. They're supposed to be very sturdy--very stable.

    Yours,

    David

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    Sorry Rob, now that the forum got much more traffic, it's difficult to see some posts.


    I used to own both a straight/adjustable version of the Plateau F-30 and the VTI-DF you chose.

    The main reason I bought the DF was because several years ago I had a B&W 600 series setup and the VTI-DF design was similar to the matching B&W FS-N805 Stand and not crazy expensive.

    See pic below for comparison.





    The VTI-DF came out to be a very good stand and I think you'll be very happy with it.

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