• Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
  • Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
  • Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
  • Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
  • Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
  • Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS
Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS

Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand - Extends 28" to 38" - Holds Satellite & Small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and Others) - Set of 2 - Model: HTBS

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Best deal ever .Amazing product and quality for the price . I have four Bose surround sound speakers and the original stands have fallen apart . I went searching for new ones and found amazon sells them at 120 dollars a pair . In my case I d have to buy 2 . (240.00 dollars ) . I was all set to bite the bullet and buy them when amazon sugestions popped up with these ones .Well I m glad I bought these . A quarter of the price and the quality is amazing . All of my Bose speakers screwed right to them and I think look better than the Bose stands . Some assembly required of course but if you have half a brain like me it s easy . Hint run the wire through the tube before you put the two half s together . Then to pull the wire out the little hole make sure you steal your wife s best grippy tweezers to grab it and pull it through . Then if your like me order new tweezers for the wife quickly as I bent hers during the process . 5Great Speaker StandsThese speaker stands are great, you just have to be careful your speakers are able to attach. I purchased these speaker stands for my Vizio S4251w-B4 satellite speakers and it was a bit tricky getting them to attach the way I wanted. If your speakers don't attach though, they come with a sticky piece that will hold your speakers up by just standing them on it. Not quite as secure, but they get the job done. I currently have mine attached this way, but plan on screwing them in once I can get some more screws to get it to work, since the screws that come with this don't fit in the back of the Vizio speakers. The only real problem I have with these is that unless you can detach the cable heads from your wire, you won't be able to fit them inside the stands to hide your wire because the hole is way to small. 4Not compatible with Vizio 38" 5.1 Sound Bar System (SB3851)I thought I did enough research on these to make sure they were the right fit for my Vizio 38" 5.1 surround sound speakers, but I guess I didn't. As you can see in the first picture, the end of the speaker cable is more than two times bigger than the hole on the speaker stand that the wire is supposed to fit through. In the second picture, you can see that the wire has to be wrapped around the speaker stand because it won't fit in the tube. Don't get me wrong, the speaker stand is durable, but it just wasn't designed for the Vizio 38" 5.1 surround sound speakers. Hopefully this review prevents somebody who has this surround sound system not to buy these, because I wish I saw a review like this before I bought these speaker stands. 2Great fitment, but lack of materials inside of boxSpeaker stand is very sturdy, adjustment heights are perfect, and comes with a bunch of different fitments for speakers.Now the cons... installing the stand was pretty straight forward but as soon as I mounted the base plate to stand, the stopping tap snapped, not a big deal because you can just make it tighter, but a bit of a let down none the less. Another thing was that there was not enough sliding pads to cover all the spots on the bottom of the stand... most time consuming part was fishing the connections through. Overall good product, haven t had any issues so far would recommend. 4Great tip for wire not being to tight(Vizio wire)!Please mark this as helpful, especially for Vizio people, people complained about the wire pressing against the metal rod(stand), and they are correct, and here's a solution: As my photos show, by rotating the bracket and not installing it as instructed, you can create plenty of room for the wire, and it seems to still be very well balanced. First assemble the rods attached to the base correctly as instructed, then screw the speaker to the bracket like in my photo instead of screwing the bracket to the stand, then the last thing is to attached the bracket to the vertical stand. Screwing the speaker to the bracket first will allow you to use a screwdriver and make it tight, before attaching the bracket to the stand, because the stand blocks access to tighten the speakers screw.... So screw bracket to speaker securely. 5Doesnt Fit Vizio Models... EasilyBased on many reviews I knew these wouldn't fit the wires from my vizier 5.1 sound bar with rear speakers. I couldn't really find any system that did though.. SO, I bought these and mad it work by removing the rubber lining from the end of the speaker plugs, straightening the upper arm that has curves in it, cutting a larger opening where the wires typically come out of the upper arm, and using a metal coat hanger to push the plug through. It wasnt without its difficulties, but the end result is much cleaner than before.Bottom line, if your handy, you can make these work.The overall build quality seems good. Heavy, stays put on carpet. Black powder coat is nice. Come with many types of hardware for different applications. 4NOT Fully Compatible with VIZIO SB4051-C0 Satellite Speakers!This product was listed together with "VIZIO SB4051-C0 40-Inch 5.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer and Satellite Speakers (2015 Model)" under the "frequently bought together section." However, the stands are not as compatible as I would like them to be. The cables that connect the satellite speakers to the subwoofer are too large to fit through the cable holes on the stands. Also, the connection to the speaker is so large that you cannot securely screw in the satellite speaker without having it press hard against the cable, which makes me worry about the connection. I have attached some pictures with my concerns. I blame myself for not researching product compatibility more thoroughly. I find it a little concerning though that enough people have bought these two products together with enough frequency that Amazon would list them together. I'm hoping this review can help break that association at least a little bit. 3I have purchased this product to attach my vizio rear ...I have purchased this product to attach my vizio rear satellite spekers. Unfortunately due to small diameter pipe hole and the curve at the top, cable of my speakers could not pass through. This would be the case with any satellite speakers with fused attached jacks at both ends. Returned for refund and replaced with similar product with straight pipe and big enough diameter that i can run the cables through 1Mostly good but a few drawbacksGood, heavy duty stands. I bought these for my Samsung HW-K950 rear speakers. There were questions asked if these would work with the Samsung soundbar rear speakers and they do. The stands come with multiple plates that would fit almost any speaker. These are heave and nicely coated but there are a few drawbacks: the L brackets when installed with the aforementioned speakers point the speakers a few degrees upward. I had to tweak (bend) the brackets slightly to get them to direct the speakers horizontally. Also, it has a wire management system for speaker wire (a hole near the top and another at the bottom to allow speaker wire to be ran invisibly) but there is no way to run power cords (plug too big to fit into hole). I may use small black wire ties. The other drawback is the pads they provide to keep the stands from scratching hardwood floors - they are nothing more than electrical tape dots (as if someone used a hole punch and punched out 20 or so small circles). They were tedious to apply (imagine trying to remove the backing from 20 hole punched size dots and then applying said dot to a small landing on the bottom of the stand). For a few bucks more, they could add some more substantial rubber pads. Other than that they seem to be good adjustable stands. 4Get them! Don't believe the complaints about the stands not staying at desired height.These stands are actually VERY good for the price. I used them to hold some Monoprice satellite speakers (model 10800), about 3 lbs a piece.Build quality is good. I almost didn't buy these after seeing the complaints others had about the stands not being able to keep the desired height due to the plastic piece that connects both tubes.My speakers are approximately 3 lbs each and the stands have no issue maintaining their height. I've even pushed down hard on them and they still stay secure.(Reference first picture) I think the problem people are having is they're perhaps getting rid of a plastic clamp that goes around the top tube. This piece is NECESSARY for the top tube to get tightened properly by the conical connector that goes down when tightened. As you tighten the plastic connector (which many are complaining to feel cheap), the conical top part of the connector comes down on the c-clamp (seen in the photo on my hand) and tightens it around the top thinner tube of the stand. It works well and as designed.My only complaint is that the the ports on my speakers get covered by the bracket but I realize that no stand out there can possibly fit all speakers. I'm probably going to have to find a different solution as to not have the port holes covered.(Reference second picture) Also, the hole where the speaker wire comes out from is very tight. I use 16AWG speaker wire and it barely fit through the hole. It wasn't a big deal as I just pulled them out with tweezers but it was fairly inconvenient.The base also requires you to peel and add MANY tiny felt pieces that are kind of a pain to do.Overall, however, I cannot dock it any stars as the stands are perfect for my need and are of very good quality for something of this price. 5
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Best deal ever .Amazing product and quality for the price . I have four Bose surround sound speakers and the original stands have fallen apart . I went searching for new ones and found amazon sells them at 120 dollars a pair . In my case I d have to buy 2 . (240.00 dollars ) . I was all set to bite the bullet and buy them when amazon sugestions popped up with these ones .Well I m glad I bought these . A quarter of the price and the quality is amazing . All of my Bose speakers screwed right to them and I think look better than the Bose stands . Some assembly required of course but if you have half a brain like me it s easy . Hint run the wire through the tube before you put the two half s together . Then to pull the wire out the little hole make sure you steal your wife s best grippy tweezers to grab it and pull it through . Then if your like me order new tweezers for the wife quickly as I bent hers during the process . 5Great Speaker StandsThese speaker stands are great, you just have to be careful your speakers are able to attach. I purchased these speaker stands for my Vizio S4251w-B4 satellite speakers and it was a bit tricky getting them to attach the way I wanted. If your speakers don't attach though, they come with a sticky piece that will hold your speakers up by just standing them on it. Not quite as secure, but they get the job done. I currently have mine attached this way, but plan on screwing them in once I can get some more screws to get it to work, since the screws that come with this don't fit in the back of the Vizio speakers. The only real problem I have with these is that unless you can detach the cable heads from your wire, you won't be able to fit them inside the stands to hide your wire because the hole is way to small. 4Not compatible with Vizio 38" 5.1 Sound Bar System (SB3851)I thought I did enough research on these to make sure they were the right fit for my Vizio 38" 5.1 surround sound speakers, but I guess I didn't. As you can see in the first picture, the end of the speaker cable is more than two times bigger than the hole on the speaker stand that the wire is supposed to fit through. In the second picture, you can see that the wire has to be wrapped around the speaker stand because it won't fit in the tube. Don't get me wrong, the speaker stand is durable, but it just wasn't designed for the Vizio 38" 5.1 surround sound speakers. Hopefully this review prevents somebody who has this surround sound system not to buy these, because I wish I saw a review like this before I bought these speaker stands. 2Great fitment, but lack of materials inside of boxSpeaker stand is very sturdy, adjustment heights are perfect, and comes with a bunch of different fitments for speakers.Now the cons... installing the stand was pretty straight forward but as soon as I mounted the base plate to stand, the stopping tap snapped, not a big deal because you can just make it tighter, but a bit of a let down none the less. Another thing was that there was not enough sliding pads to cover all the spots on the bottom of the stand... most time consuming part was fishing the connections through. Overall good product, haven t had any issues so far would recommend. 4Great tip for wire not being to tight(Vizio wire)!Please mark this as helpful, especially for Vizio people, people complained about the wire pressing against the metal rod(stand), and they are correct, and here's a solution: As my photos show, by rotating the bracket and not installing it as instructed, you can create plenty of room for the wire, and it seems to still be very well balanced. First assemble the rods attached to the base correctly as instructed, then screw the speaker to the bracket like in my photo instead of screwing the bracket to the stand, then the last thing is to attached the bracket to the vertical stand. Screwing the speaker to the bracket first will allow you to use a screwdriver and make it tight, before attaching the bracket to the stand, because the stand blocks access to tighten the speakers screw.... So screw bracket to speaker securely. 5Doesnt Fit Vizio Models... EasilyBased on many reviews I knew these wouldn't fit the wires from my vizier 5.1 sound bar with rear speakers. I couldn't really find any system that did though.. SO, I bought these and mad it work by removing the rubber lining from the end of the speaker plugs, straightening the upper arm that has curves in it, cutting a larger opening where the wires typically come out of the upper arm, and using a metal coat hanger to push the plug through. It wasnt without its difficulties, but the end result is much cleaner than before.Bottom line, if your handy, you can make these work.The overall build quality seems good. Heavy, stays put on carpet. Black powder coat is nice. Come with many types of hardware for different applications. 4NOT Fully Compatible with VIZIO SB4051-C0 Satellite Speakers!This product was listed together with "VIZIO SB4051-C0 40-Inch 5.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer and Satellite Speakers (2015 Model)" under the "frequently bought together section." However, the stands are not as compatible as I would like them to be. The cables that connect the satellite speakers to the subwoofer are too large to fit through the cable holes on the stands. Also, the connection to the speaker is so large that you cannot securely screw in the satellite speaker without having it press hard against the cable, which makes me worry about the connection. I have attached some pictures with my concerns. I blame myself for not researching product compatibility more thoroughly. I find it a little concerning though that enough people have bought these two products together with enough frequency that Amazon would list them together. I'm hoping this review can help break that association at least a little bit. 3I have purchased this product to attach my vizio rear ...I have purchased this product to attach my vizio rear satellite spekers. Unfortunately due to small diameter pipe hole and the curve at the top, cable of my speakers could not pass through. This would be the case with any satellite speakers with fused attached jacks at both ends. Returned for refund and replaced with similar product with straight pipe and big enough diameter that i can run the cables through 1Mostly good but a few drawbacksGood, heavy duty stands. I bought these for my Samsung HW-K950 rear speakers. There were questions asked if these would work with the Samsung soundbar rear speakers and they do. The stands come with multiple plates that would fit almost any speaker. These are heave and nicely coated but there are a few drawbacks: the L brackets when installed with the aforementioned speakers point the speakers a few degrees upward. I had to tweak (bend) the brackets slightly to get them to direct the speakers horizontally. Also, it has a wire management system for speaker wire (a hole near the top and another at the bottom to allow speaker wire to be ran invisibly) but there is no way to run power cords (plug too big to fit into hole). I may use small black wire ties. The other drawback is the pads they provide to keep the stands from scratching hardwood floors - they are nothing more than electrical tape dots (as if someone used a hole punch and punched out 20 or so small circles). They were tedious to apply (imagine trying to remove the backing from 20 hole punched size dots and then applying said dot to a small landing on the bottom of the stand). For a few bucks more, they could add some more substantial rubber pads. Other than that they seem to be good adjustable stands. 4Get them! Don't believe the complaints about the stands not staying at desired height.These stands are actually VERY good for the price. I used them to hold some Monoprice satellite speakers (model 10800), about 3 lbs a piece.Build quality is good. I almost didn't buy these after seeing the complaints others had about the stands not being able to keep the desired height due to the plastic piece that connects both tubes.My speakers are approximately 3 lbs each and the stands have no issue maintaining their height. I've even pushed down hard on them and they still stay secure.(Reference first picture) I think the problem people are having is they're perhaps getting rid of a plastic clamp that goes around the top tube. This piece is NECESSARY for the top tube to get tightened properly by the conical connector that goes down when tightened. As you tighten the plastic connector (which many are complaining to feel cheap), the conical top part of the connector comes down on the c-clamp (seen in the photo on my hand) and tightens it around the top thinner tube of the stand. It works well and as designed.My only complaint is that the the ports on my speakers get covered by the bracket but I realize that no stand out there can possibly fit all speakers. I'm probably going to have to find a different solution as to not have the port holes covered.(Reference second picture) Also, the hole where the speaker wire comes out from is very tight. I use 16AWG speaker wire and it barely fit through the hole. It wasn't a big deal as I just pulled them out with tweezers but it was fairly inconvenient.The base also requires you to peel and add MANY tiny felt pieces that are kind of a pain to do.Overall, however, I cannot dock it any stars as the stands are perfect for my need and are of very good quality for something of this price. 5
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