I hate to post this, because I can see a leaning tower come crashing down…
… but I have to ask - who here holds the record (with photographic proof) of the tallest stack? We measure many things around here… but have we measured stack height?
I hereby disavow all responsibility for the loss of equipment due to catastrophic tower collapse
From a casual look around the forum, I believe
@lost33 may be a contender with this:
Going by pure measurements is one thing, actual listening is often another IMO…i.e. for “me”…
Had them all here…
“bit better” is really not very meaningful at all…more to it than this.
Its all about the music and how these “toys” allow it to be what is on the CD, record or stream etc…
But its fun to try and play…often most modern day stuff is pretty decent but some do really stand out…for me…and this my be very different for you!
Enjoy the music!
/me swings his stack tower of girth and height around aimlessly…
There should be a “gear weight topic” on daily / weekly used stuff (not including gear that is not used / warehoused). Who has heaviest gear load?
Stack high = one… lol
Quite the contender. It is begging a toddler to knock it down
I dunno, is this considered a stack?
LOL! Waiting on the judge’s decision!
Nah it’s not a pure stack you did good but did a spread at the top so we can’t count it because it’s a hybrid, only pure in breed stacks count
Bonus points for good thermal management! But I think
@DuerumBen is right - judges disqualification due to use of unsanctioned spacers.
I am sad but I accept the decision.
do speakers stacked on each other count? before i upload my mess, i want to know
because i use 2 vintage infinities with 10 " woofers facing backwards, with a couple more sets of speakers stacked on top. the infinities for the 10" woofers, the other 2 sets for mids up. but it makes a pretty tall pyramid of speakers
creative submissions are encouraged!