Speakers are Yorkville NX55P. Plan is as follows --
- cut a piece of 1/2" plywood to roughly the same shape as the top of my speakers
- bolt a 1" black pipe flange to the plywood with carriage bolts facing up. Countersink carriage bolts so the round part is flush with the board.
- bolt plywood to speaker using the two top 1/4"-20 flypoints.
- Screw 1" vertical pipe into flange
- Paint everything black (semi-gloss?)
- Mount Yorkville lighting T-bar on vertical pipe (http://www.long-mcquade.com/products/1334/Pro_Audio_Recording/Stands/Yorkville_Sound/Lighting_T-Bar.htm )
- T-bar spec says it has 1 3/8" (1.375") flange
- 1" iron pipe OD is 1.315"
Anybody see a safety or other problem with a setup like this? Planning to mount two lights, an LED flood and a PAR38 can on each lighting T. This is a for a bar band, small venue format.
Would I be better off making my own T out of iron pipe that screws together, rather than using the Yorkville T-bar?