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Feb 17 2014

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Not a Speaker Spike

Greetings,

Since I am very deep in the finishing touches of my DIY speakers,
I would like to show you a NOT_A_Speaker_Spike.

No, this is NOT  a Speaker Spike ….

Not a spike

What do you think ?

It has 70 mm height
It has 45 mm diameter at the base of the cone.
It weighs 0,3 kg per piece.

But the best thing about it, is that it comes at the price of peanuts.
Kind of like 2,2 EUR per piece.

It is definitely NOT an audio spike.
What do you think ?
Will it suffice ?
Will it withstand 110 kg spread on four of these ?

It comes with an M10 thread, with thread raster of 1,25mm.

Comments – kindly welcome.

Z.

P.S.  …. to be found in construction markets, somewhere between the bricks and the cement and concrete sacks sections …

:)

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