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  1. Stereo Stand

    We bought our daughter a turntable and speaker set for Christmas and needed a stand. Her only requirement was it has to be white to match her room.
  2. Floating Stereo Stand

    Here it is. My father built me a stereo cabinet from red oak 20 years ago for solid state stereo equipment. It had a glass door. This current tube amplifier and DAC cannot be enclosed or they will cook. I wanted to build a stereo stand with floating shelves which reused the red oak shelves. I...
  3. Stereo Turntable Stand

    Needed a home for our new (refurbished) stereo tuner and turntable. Used Poplar boards from Home Depot, dowel joinery, and purchased metal hairpin legs.
  4. Stereo Stand

    The Man Cave has acquired many "new" stereo pieces: cassette deck, 8 track player, DVD player, turntable, power amplifier, pre-amp/tuner, reel-to-reel player and television. It also acquired a teenage daughter who wanted a quiet place to listen to her music and watch her movies in peace. The...
  5. Revised Stereo Stand

    My previous attempt at making a stereo stand was an engineering and structural fail. I want to reuse the oak shelves from an enclosed stand my late father built for me 20+ years ago. My amplifier is too large for the oak shelves so I had to use a piece of 3/4" softwood plywood. I used Minwax...
  6. Hand Tools
    Just in case you don't have enough 6" rules yet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=n04HfV4vPuo It looks well designed and could be quite useful , but I already have similar devices . I don't know if it's worth $30 in my honest opinion. Well , at least not of my money : )
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