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Audioengine DS1M Desktop Speaker Stands

£14.99£34.9957% off
£3.99 from United Kingdom ·
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ELEVATE YOUR MUSICWhen it comes to your home music, the smallest upgrade can often make the biggest difference. Get the most out of your setup with Audioengine's new DS1M Desktop Speaker Stands. Simply designed to elevate your speakers to an angle, ensuring you experience room-filling, stage-quality audio every time you listen. Literally, bringing music to your ears.

The perfect upgrade for your desktop, and the difference between listening to your music...and hearing ALL of it.



LIFT YOUR LISTENING EXPERIENCE15 DEGREES OF FIXED VERTICAL TILTMade with premium, hand-finished powder-coated steel, the DS1Ms won't let you down when you're turning it up. Featuring 15 degrees of fixed vertical tilt and foam padding, the DS1Ms are built tough to reduce surface vibration and give your speakers the stable isolation needed when you’re cranking up the tunes.



MAX OUT SPEAKER PERFORMANCEDesigned simply for smaller speakers, the DSM1s are the perfect addition where desktop space is limited but performance can’t be compromised. As handsome as they are compact, they easily fit into any small setup and blend in with any decor.

Max out speaker performance with minimal effort for incredible, true sound that inspires. Need a lift?



WHY YOU'LL LOVE THEMFEATURES & SPECSPremium, hand-finished, black powder-coated steel
Dimensions: 4.5" W x 6" D
Shipping box dimensions: 7"L x 5" W x 3"H
Shipping box weight: 1.3 lb
Foam isolation pads to reduce vibration
15 degrees of fixed vertical tilt
Stable design for smaller speakers up to 5.5” W x 7” D
Compatible with Audioengine A1, A2+, HD3 and HD4 speakers
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  1. neiltamim's avatar
    If only in white!
  2. VirtusTalon's avatar
    Very sturdy set of speaker stands - using them now. Heat added
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    I was considering the Kanto S4. According to the specifications, they are heavier (1.3 kg - probably the pair), while the Audioengine weighs 0.6 kg. But as it often happens, the price convinced me.
  3. iLikeDiscount's avatar
    Would these be too big for Kanto YU2? (Was going to order Kanto S2 stands)
  4. Opethian's avatar
    I've got a pair of Edifier R1850DB speakers but still bought this. Worst case scenario I'll have to get me some Audioengine speakers LOL
    Opethian's avatar
    Just an update. They're not an exact fit, but it works!
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