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Sound Anchor Table Top Stands video overview

sound anchor table top stands

Sound Anchor Table Top stands are adjustable, providing versatility for your desktop.

Reviewer Steven Stone gives an overview of these adjustable Sound Anchor speaker stands.

Perfect for providing optimal listening positioning for a number of desktop speakers, the adjustable sides on these stands will accommodate many sizes.

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