Try This website. They have a very good selection.
If your center weighs 65lbs wouldn't 2 stands that can each hold 35lbs work just fine, supporting it at each end?Thanks for the link, but unless I missed something, they only had the 2 same Sanus stands I keep running into. Since they're only rated to 35lbs they won't work for me.
Check out the standard size stand in the link from Adona.I have the same problem here, Legacy Audio Marquis HD center is 38"x14"x13" and 85lbs. I'm looking foer something 16" tall. I will more than likely use 2 stands due to size and weight and what the damn thing cost me. I am not taking any chances on damaging it.
The "steel" Sanus stands will EASILY support three or four times their rated weight. They come in a couple of different heights so you can get your speaker height right. You can fill them with sand which really helps decouple and isolate your speaker. Put that sucker on there with a couple of strips of heavy duty 3M Velcro on the bottom of the speaker and it will be reassuringly secure.Hey fellas im looking for a stand that'll hold my large Paradigm CC-690 center channel. This speaker is HUGE! The dimensions are about 9in. tall, 39in. long, and 15in. deep. It weighs in at a hefty 65lbs. Any suggestions??? All i seem to find are stands that are rated from 25-35lbs. THANKS GUYS!!!
You must measure correctly when using the stands that tilt. If not accurate the tweeter is firing over your head in the listening position. I went through two center channel stands myself trying to get it right. I still say use Sound Anchors as they will build it to whatever specs you desire. If you like metal box tubing stands?Here is the best one for a large center I'm aware of. It's got an upward tilt for dispersion. I have one for sale.