Placement of the speaker is one of the most important things when setting up a sound system. Placing a stand speaker the correct distance from the floor is a very big part of getting the optimum audio experience.
The DALI CONNECT Stand E-601 is developed to achieve just that, offering a very elegant support solution to the DALI ZENSOR, DALI SPEKTOR, DALI OPTICON MK2 series stand speakers and is made to perfectly fit the DALI MENTOR MENUET.
Standing on a delicate cut but very robust silk matte painted glass plate the DALI CONNECT Stand E-601 measures 602 mm. The high-gloss lacquered aluminium tube includes cable managements and the black painted iron top plate includes adhesive areas to securely hold the speaker to the stand.
- Dimensions With Base (HxWxD) [mm]: 602 x 260 x 320 (with spikes)
- Weight [kg]: 3.4
- Finish: Black High Gloss Lacquer, White High Gloss Lacquer
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