Pangea Audio DS400 Heavy Duty Speaker Stands (28 Inch)

December 29, 2019 - Comment

Pangea Audio’s new DS400 speaker stand uses ultra-strong support piers to provide an incredibly solid and rigid base for compact monitors and other bookshelf-type speakers. As always, Pangea provides huge amount of performance for a remarkably low price. Inside a conventional loudspeaker are piston-type drivers that move back and forth to generate sound waves in

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Pangea Audio’s new DS400 speaker stand uses ultra-strong support piers to provide an incredibly solid and rigid base for compact monitors and other bookshelf-type speakers. As always, Pangea provides huge amount of performance for a remarkably low price. Inside a conventional loudspeaker are piston-type drivers that move back and forth to generate sound waves in the air. Most modern speaker cabinets have been engineered to rigidly hold the drivers while adding minimal vibration (coloration) to their sound. Larger, floor-standing speaker cabinets can absorb a lot of this vibration energy. Any excess energy is transmitted by steel spikes into the floor. Smaller cabinets are unable to absorb all this excess energy and require a speaker stand to transfers this excess energy into the floor. You will immediately notice the sonic benefits of Pangea’s adaptation of this construction technique, including improved image focus, low mid-range coloration, and optimal bass performance. Pangea Audio’s DS400 speaker stand features four rectangular steel support piers, forming an amazingly strong rectangular support structure for improved speaker performance. Additionally all four support piers can be filled with sand or steel shot for even better vibration damping. The DS400 speaker stand looks like its predecessor, the DS300, but with two important improvements. First, the DS400 uses two heavy-duty, large-diameter stainless steel bolts to rigidly couple the piers to the base plate. Second, the base plate has also been made heavier and is now 3mm thick with welded channels to support the steel speaker spikes. The Pangea Audio DS400 features a 6″ wide by 8.5″ deep steel top plate to match a wide range of compact or monitor-type speakers and an extra heavy duty, 3mm-thick, 9.75″ by 12″ bottom plate. The DS400 comes complete with adjustable carpet-piercing bottom spikes.

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Anonymous says:

Very frustrated with these stands! Very frustrated with these stands! I am going from a two-star “I don’t like it” to a one star rating for the time, hassle and effort I’ve put into assembly. At a price point of $229 I expect more! The finish is not bad but several small spots have no coating, some spots were over-sprayed and left dripping. A few of the legs are scratched, not terribly but at this price I expect more! Now for the painful part…. as one reviewer mentioned the columns do not line up leaving the stands to…

Anonymous says:

Heavy Duty But Poor Fit and Finish I wanted a pair of heavy duty speaker stands that would be hard to knock over.On the plus side: 1. They are definitely heavy duty. 2. They are easy to assemble and there were no missing parts.On the minus side: 1. The top plate doesn’t line up evenly with the bottom plate – so speakers won’t be “square” to the bottom plate unless they sit slightly “skewed” on the top plate. There doesn’t seem to be an easy/obvious way to fix this because of the way that the stands are…

Anonymous says:

Impressive heavy duty stands. Length:: 0:37 Mins I was worried the top plate may be a bit small for my KEF Carina II speakers. Turns out they’re quite stable with sand filled tubes and BlueTack used to prevent any unwanted movement between the speaker base and the top plate of the stands. My stands were packed well and show no finish marring or damages. All threaded parts were machined properly and assembly went reasonably well by myself on a dining room table. About and hour invested, including…

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