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Jeff, thanks for sharing all of this info. Valuable for sure.

I'm sure your surround set-up looks wicked. The 210s have a very unique and imposing flair. Definitely a speaker that looks GREAT with the grills off.
Thank you Todd for all that you do, greatly appreciated, and you're welcome my friend.
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Thanks a lot for your impressions. My wife says I have to wait until the house is paid for before I can do any more upgrading so I can only read and drool for now. Someday
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I do love the look of these speakers. I plan on someday building a false wall and an AT screen so this would be about the size I would want for a speaker.
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Can't find the full review. A link?
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Can't find the full review. A link?
Still in the pipeline. Should be coming soon!
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^^ Cool.
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Still in the pipeline. Should be coming soon!
Hey Todd, I was wondering what stands you used for these speakers. I seen in the review that they were sand weighted VTI stands. But I hadn't seen one with what I would think to be a big enough top plate to support these speakers. Thanks
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Hey Todd, I was wondering what stands you used for these speakers. I seen in the review that they were sand weighted VTI stands. But I hadn't seen one with what I would think to be a big enough top plate to support these speakers. Thanks
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Yes, I used VTI sand-weighted stands (similar to this: http://www.standsandmounts.com/vtirf...FeZj7AodPFsA5A).

The top plate might have been a tad on the small size, but it worked well enough. Definitely not something you'd want around small kids. But, if secured to the stand (thin velcro strips, perhaps?), I'd feel comfortable with it. You probably can find stands with much larger plates (I'm sure Tom Vodhanel over at PSA would have some good suggestions for you).
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Hi,

Yes, I used VTI sand-weighted stands (similar to this: http://www.standsandmounts.com/vtirf...FeZj7AodPFsA5A).

The top plate might have been a tad on the small size, but it worked well enough. Definitely not something you'd want around small kids. But, if secured to the stand (thin velcro strips, perhaps?), I'd feel comfortable with it. You probably can find stands with much larger plates (I'm sure Tom Vodhanel over at PSA would have some good suggestions for you).
Thanks I appreciate it. I'll get with Tom and see if he has any recommendations.
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