really small speakers

scubasteve

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I need to replace my BW P5 floorstanders as we have a new baby that has just started crawling and is more than liekly to pull them down. I need the smallest speakers around to wall mount. do notg care how much they cost. they will be running from cyrus set up of prexvs, 8p, cd8x, pxsr. i will play CD's but wife listens to everything through the apple TV so compressed AAC mode.

i looked at the SA1's but even they are too big so i need some even smaller, mission cube size ideally. i am not in the uk so cannot always get to see them in person. any advice gratefully received.

I also may need to replace the cyrus kit if i cannot baby proof it. what one box solution is the best bet for this
 
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Anonymous

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DO NOT can your entire hi-fi for a baby. Babies grow up, a hi-fi can last a lifetime. Box it if you must. I have a friend who simply placed the components on a shelf (about 5 feet up) and then put a locking glass door over it.

As for speakers. The Totem Mite is smaller in both height and width but a touch deeper.

Also... commending your fatherly spirit and everything, but I don't think properly secured speakers ever did foul upon a baby. I crawled around under hulking Advances my formative years. Is it not possible to anchor floorstanders or stands to the floor using ye-olde powertools, and then firmly attach the standmounters to their stands using construction glue?
 

drummerman

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Agree. Why dont you pack everything up for the time being and get yourself a micro ala Onkyo or Yamaha. They're ok and you will be save in the knowledge you still have your good separates to play with every so often.
 

Gerrardasnails

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Monitor Audio R90s are tiny. I use them as my rears in my 5.1 system. They would do you for a short while and you would be able to sell them or use them as I do at a later date.
 

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