• SANUS BF31-B1 31" Speaker Stands for Bookshelf Speakers up to 20 lbs - Black - Set of 2
SANUS BF31-B1 31" Speaker Stands for Bookshelf Speakers up to 20 lbs - Black - Set of 2

SANUS BF31-B1 31" Speaker Stands for Bookshelf Speakers up to 20 lbs - Black - Set of 2

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  • Energy-absorbing MDF construction increases sound quality by providing acoustic isolation
  • Conceal unsightly cables using the built-in wire path for a clean and organized look
  • Included pads create a non-slip surface and superior sound
  • Includes removable carpet spikes for improved stability on soft, carpeted surfaces
  • Assembly hardware included

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You get what you paid forThe quality of these speakers stands leaves a lot to be desired. I read other reviewers' comments that these stands are very wobbly once you put speakers on them and I completely have to agree--especially if you use them for larger speakers. Also, the top base is so freaking small that appears to be designed for nano speakers or something! It's ridiculous! On the plus side, they are light and cheap. I guess if no one disturbs the speakers on their stands nothing will happen to your speakers. But if your speakers are located in an area with relatively high volume of traffic (family members, pets, etc.), then beware! I also liked the height but then again, if you can find something else for a similar price, go for it. 3Lowest possible quality, even the box it came in fell apart. AvoidI knew I was in trouble just by the packaging - they even skimped on the cardboard box it came in.I first noted that it is not wood (particle board), it is pressed cardboard construction. As other have experienced, putting the floor points in (tapping in by hand, no tools) resulted in corners absolutely crumbling apart. The two-part plastic back that conceals cables looked like pieces of a school binder cover, once in it looked like an elementary school class project. Floor piece was warped, there is NO way to adjust level. I would say this isnt even a case of "You get what you pay for" it is just plain waste. 1Do not buy this. Inferior and fragile materials.I figured I would save a few dollars and buy something inexpensive. I have extensive experience assembling furniture and other items, and exercised extreme care based upon the other reviews here. Unfortunately, the materials supplied are just too fragile. The corner of one of the bases broke off in my hands while I was inserting the carpet spike. Save yourself time and unnecessary frustration; buy something else. 1Highly recommend. Easy assembly. Simple, reasonably sturdy, and clean-looking 31" speaker stands.I highly recommend these Sanus BF31-B1 31" Speaker Stands. They arrived in excellent condition and look great and feel sturdy after properly assembled. Assembly was easy, as I first read and then followed the instructions. They very clearly warn the customer not to use any power tools to assemble the stands. That said, the MDF material seems strong enough for its purpose here, if you are simply very mindful that it is MDF and not solid oak with which you are working. Read the instructions and take your time to do it right. I did it in about 25 minutes and did not rush or regret it. I had read other reviewers' tips to use bar soap to prep/lubricate each screw before inserting, and it absolutely worked like a charm, allowing for easy turning manually with a phillips head screwdriver. I was very careful, however, not to overtighten any of them. I very carefully/gingerly and not too forcefully turned each screw maybe a final 1/8 to 1/6 turn only as soon as each felt somewhat firmly in place and looked completely seated with the screw head fully into the pre-drilled countersink (beveled hole) and the joined surfaces appeared reasonably tight and flush with each other. The pre-drilled holes in the prefabricated MDF pieces for my stands were precisely where they needed to be and in perfect alignment, allowing for easy alignment of all the screws before careful turning with my phillips screwdriver. I never felt the need to have to force or muscle any of them to fully-tightened position. The final product when fully assembled feels sturdy enough and looks really good. My wife is very pleased with how they look flanking our black and chrome with glass-shelf television stand with Vizio Jive plasma set. The Sanus stands have nice, clean lines and a nice sort of semi-matte/semi-gloss finish to match very well the black/charcoal vinyl finish of my Sony Core Series SSCS5 bookshelf speakers and nearby SACS9 subwoofer. One last thing: On another reviewer's tip, I purchased a package of QuakeHold! Museum Putty from Amazon as an add-on, and plan to use small amounts to help better secure the base of each bookshelf speaker to the corresponding platform atop each stand. That should help prevent any inadvertent bumping or nudging from too easily pushing the speakers off. Otherwise, I will keep all the little children and any visiting animals safely away from any fall or tipping hazards the stands and speakers could otherwise present.Amended Note (July 13, 2018): I did not install any of the provided carpet spikes on stand bases, as they are on a hard floor. They are quite stable sitting flat on our floor and away from any potential foot traffic, and there is little risk of anyone bumping them while walking by. 5They work well for what I need. Definitely would buy again.31 inches was perfect for my current speaker set.PROS: 1. They are the correct material for speakers with the MDF construction2: The carpet spikes are the perfect size for my home theater set.3. Solid build.4. Wire concealing works well, although cheap compared to more expensive stands (meaning perfect for the price). It uses some (very nice) cardboard like back pieces to hide the wires.CON: 1. The wire concealing was a bit cheap as mentioned above, but the reason it is a pro and a con, is because the cut-outs for the stands are a tad bit too narrow. So if you're going to nit-pick these won't be for you. I think it works fine, but my backing was a bit too short in width to stop it from feeling like it was made for something else. Did not stop it from concealing my speaker wires though.2. The screws provided are less than ideal. Meaning they work for holding everything together, but they did spin when initially putting the stands together instead of tightening down and staying put. Simple fix (for me) was to use the one that spun on the opposite stand and it fixed the problem. Seems the problem is more with the pre-drilled holes than with the screws. But, with that fixed, it was the perfect height (for me), and did it's job well. Remember to measure the height YOU need since these ARE NOT adjustable, and if it fits, then BUY THESE since they're otherwise perfect. 4They were easy to assemble but do not use power toolsI also bought the 24" set for my front speakers and these are for the smaller rear speakers of my 5.1 home theatre setup. They were easy to assemble but do not use power tools. It is best to use a hand screwdriver so you can better apply the torque you are applying to the screws. I still cracked one a little but I probably over tightened it. My surround speakers are Dayton B652 which are less than 12" high and weigh less than 6 lbs. each. I affixed the speakers to the stand's top baseplate with blu-tack adhesive to keep them from getting knocked off easily. I did not use the included pads or spikes. I put some small rubber pads on the bottom since I was concerned that the spikes, although rather dull tip plastic, would damage my wood floor. I like that there are wire routing options. You can just put the wire in the channel using the gap at the top and bottom. Optionally you can run it through the provided holes in the top and base to get the wire in and out of the channel. Be aware that if you use any wire color other than black it may be visible through the front slot when viewed from the front unless the wire is somewhat taut and toward the rear of the stand. If I were gauging on price alone it would be 5 stars but considering the other issues its a solid 4. They look very nice and the wife approves of the aesthetics! 4Don't Assemble Yet!!! Read This First...Regarding the stands themselves, they are just right for getting bookshelf sized speakers off your bookshelf and down to seated ear level. Nothing larger than bookshelf speakers though, as the speaker base isn't much larger than an adult's hand.Now for the important stuff. These stands are constructed entirely of MDF so they are fragile when it comes to screws and fasteners. I had a problem with my order and it didn't ship correctly and while I was waiting for my reorder I visited my local high end audio shop. Coincidentally, one of the techs was assembling a set of these for a display and it took him about 10 minutes with an electric screwdriver. When he was done, I picked one up to examine it and he had cracked every one of the vertical boards with the screws...just like many reviewers had mentioned. Now I've seen the problem and just have to figure out how to avoid it myself when my set arrives. Here is how I assembled them with NO issues:1. I "borrowed" one of the horrible smelling candles that this house of women that I live in has in every room. I used wax from the bottom of the candle to "lube" the screw threads. Replaced candle...no one the wiser - HA! Grabbed regular old fashioned turn with hand and wrist screwdriver from toolbox. A woodworking friend of mine says he uses soap to lube screws before driving them...just in case your home is poisonous smelling candle free.2. Now you're ready...If you are going to insert the plastic "points" that go in the speaker base to stabilize it on carpet do this first. Lay the base upside down on a hard surface and gently tap the points in with a small hammer or plastic mallet. Keep them straight when you do this so you don't split the MDF. Wax wouldn't stick to these so I don't think it would help.3. Insert your waxed screws into the base and then screw them to the vertical supports with your screwdriver. The fronts of the supports are rounded and the rears have narrow grooves for the plastic panels that hide the wires. The screws are like sheetrock screws, very coarsely threaded so it only takes a few turns. Cinch them tight, but not too much.4. Slide the plastic panels into place in the grooves at the rear of the supports. One side of the panel is smooth and the other has a pattern...5. Use the remainder of your waxed screws to attach the top speaker support piece to the vertical supports.6. You're done! I would probably use some museum putty or museum wax to keep the speakers more firmly attached to the support piece at the top of the stand.Hope this helps...go slow, lube screws and use hand tools, because these are very unattractive if you split the wood and probably much weaker too. 4Stands perfectly met my needs!These speaker stands hit the spot perfectly. My first selection criteria was height -- I needed them to raise my bookshelf speakers to a good listening height, and they were perfect, literally to the inch.I also considered appearance. They're clean looking and simple.Assembly was a piece of cake. I'd read the instructions and comments online about not using a power tool to tighten screws. I did not need to go as far as putting candle wax or silicone spray on the screws. just screw them in carefully with a phillips head screwdriver.The only thing I will note is that for use on hardwood floors there were no feet. There were carpet spikes provided, didn't want to use them on wood. Stick-on rubber feet or pads might have been nice, and that's exactly what I used -- stick-on felt pads. Don't know if i broke any audiophile rules by doing so, but I put felt pads on everything that sits on my hickory floors.I am very happy with these stands. 5Decent Stands for PriceIts hard to find a stand that does 'everything' just right. I dont like the metal adjustable stands. Not into the glass stands either. I like wood. These are 'wood-ish' and serve a good job of providing a stand for your speaker. Others have commented size concerns when it comes to their speakers. My monitors are 11h x 7w x 8d and weight 14lbs. My speakers fit fine on this stand. Some have mentioned using Blu Tak to attach their speakers. I did not trust this as I have 4 rowdy dogs that bump and bang everything everywhere, lol. I used Scotch Extreme Double Sided Mounting Tape - 414P. Before I could use the tape, I had to countersink the wood screws (they are raised) that hold the top platform to the stand. It was easy enough... But CAUTION- do not use your drill in high speed as you will quickly drill through the hole top platform. I was cautious and still did this on my first hole, I had to relocate the screw hole. I changed the bit to a paddle bit and set the drill to low, easy peasy. Replaced the screws, then I lined the top stand with 4 pieces of the tape. It was a little challenging to center the speaker on the stand top. I tried lining it up different ways but as soon as started to move into place, I lost vision of the stand and any idea of where I was, lol. Finally, and rightly, I turned the speaker upside down with the stand and placed the stand top on the speaker, center. I applied pressure for a minutes and cautiously uprighted the stand with the speaker attached. It did not move. The adhesive tape is supposed to adhere more with time... I can only imagine.Size. These stands are 31" tall. It is hard to find stands much higher. I saw higher, but they were usually metal or glass. For anyone wondering, these do not raise your speaker enough to clear a couch back. I assume my couch is generally a standard size. I have one speaker cutoff half way behind the couch back. To remedy this, I build a riser for the stand... I did it for both to keep them the same height. Riser pic is in pictures.I bought these because they were cheap and because I wasnt sure ultimately where my speakers were going to be placed. Now that I have my setup configured, I want to replace these stands. I am going to build my own stands and recycle my stand risers but follow this general design as I like it. I wont leave the gap in the front, but they will be triangular.These stands will serve their purpose, but there is nicer out there. I would consider these a budget item. As such, I gave 4 stars because they are exactly what they say they are- no false claims. 4Good, inexpensive speaker standsThese stands are made with particle board, so you need to go slow and use hand tools to assemble. Powered screwdrivers could cause you to split the wood. However, assembly was fast and easy even with a standard screwdriver. I had these both assembled in 20 minutes. They hold my Pioneer sp-bs22a bookshelf speakers which weigh in at about 9 lbs each. I have them on carpet without the included carpet spikes. Those spikes were too long for my carpet and just wouldn't have looked right. The best thing about these stands is the cable management. My speakers have the ATMOS speaker built in so I have two speaker cables with banana plugs connected to each speaker. The backs of the speaker stand pillars have a flexible plastic cover. Remove the cover, drop the speaker wire down the inside and out the hole on the bottom of floor stand and then replace the plastic cover. Easy and no frustration trying force speaker cable down a narrow pipe. The small 5" shelf at the top concerned me as not being big enough, but the speaker sits firmly on the small rubber pads it ships with. However, I am going to use some industrial grade Velcro to help stabilize it further. A big dog or small kids bumping into this might knock these top-heavy speakers off. These were a good value for the money! 5
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You get what you paid forThe quality of these speakers stands leaves a lot to be desired. I read other reviewers' comments that these stands are very wobbly once you put speakers on them and I completely have to agree--especially if you use them for larger speakers. Also, the top base is so freaking small that appears to be designed for nano speakers or something! It's ridiculous! On the plus side, they are light and cheap. I guess if no one disturbs the speakers on their stands nothing will happen to your speakers. But if your speakers are located in an area with relatively high volume of traffic (family members, pets, etc.), then beware! I also liked the height but then again, if you can find something else for a similar price, go for it. 3Lowest possible quality, even the box it came in fell apart. AvoidI knew I was in trouble just by the packaging - they even skimped on the cardboard box it came in.I first noted that it is not wood (particle board), it is pressed cardboard construction. As other have experienced, putting the floor points in (tapping in by hand, no tools) resulted in corners absolutely crumbling apart. The two-part plastic back that conceals cables looked like pieces of a school binder cover, once in it looked like an elementary school class project. Floor piece was warped, there is NO way to adjust level. I would say this isnt even a case of "You get what you pay for" it is just plain waste. 1Do not buy this. Inferior and fragile materials.I figured I would save a few dollars and buy something inexpensive. I have extensive experience assembling furniture and other items, and exercised extreme care based upon the other reviews here. Unfortunately, the materials supplied are just too fragile. The corner of one of the bases broke off in my hands while I was inserting the carpet spike. Save yourself time and unnecessary frustration; buy something else. 1Highly recommend. Easy assembly. Simple, reasonably sturdy, and clean-looking 31" speaker stands.I highly recommend these Sanus BF31-B1 31" Speaker Stands. They arrived in excellent condition and look great and feel sturdy after properly assembled. Assembly was easy, as I first read and then followed the instructions. They very clearly warn the customer not to use any power tools to assemble the stands. That said, the MDF material seems strong enough for its purpose here, if you are simply very mindful that it is MDF and not solid oak with which you are working. Read the instructions and take your time to do it right. I did it in about 25 minutes and did not rush or regret it. I had read other reviewers' tips to use bar soap to prep/lubricate each screw before inserting, and it absolutely worked like a charm, allowing for easy turning manually with a phillips head screwdriver. I was very careful, however, not to overtighten any of them. I very carefully/gingerly and not too forcefully turned each screw maybe a final 1/8 to 1/6 turn only as soon as each felt somewhat firmly in place and looked completely seated with the screw head fully into the pre-drilled countersink (beveled hole) and the joined surfaces appeared reasonably tight and flush with each other. The pre-drilled holes in the prefabricated MDF pieces for my stands were precisely where they needed to be and in perfect alignment, allowing for easy alignment of all the screws before careful turning with my phillips screwdriver. I never felt the need to have to force or muscle any of them to fully-tightened position. The final product when fully assembled feels sturdy enough and looks really good. My wife is very pleased with how they look flanking our black and chrome with glass-shelf television stand with Vizio Jive plasma set. The Sanus stands have nice, clean lines and a nice sort of semi-matte/semi-gloss finish to match very well the black/charcoal vinyl finish of my Sony Core Series SSCS5 bookshelf speakers and nearby SACS9 subwoofer. One last thing: On another reviewer's tip, I purchased a package of QuakeHold! Museum Putty from Amazon as an add-on, and plan to use small amounts to help better secure the base of each bookshelf speaker to the corresponding platform atop each stand. That should help prevent any inadvertent bumping or nudging from too easily pushing the speakers off. Otherwise, I will keep all the little children and any visiting animals safely away from any fall or tipping hazards the stands and speakers could otherwise present.Amended Note (July 13, 2018): I did not install any of the provided carpet spikes on stand bases, as they are on a hard floor. They are quite stable sitting flat on our floor and away from any potential foot traffic, and there is little risk of anyone bumping them while walking by. 5They work well for what I need. Definitely would buy again.31 inches was perfect for my current speaker set.PROS: 1. They are the correct material for speakers with the MDF construction2: The carpet spikes are the perfect size for my home theater set.3. Solid build.4. Wire concealing works well, although cheap compared to more expensive stands (meaning perfect for the price). It uses some (very nice) cardboard like back pieces to hide the wires.CON: 1. The wire concealing was a bit cheap as mentioned above, but the reason it is a pro and a con, is because the cut-outs for the stands are a tad bit too narrow. So if you're going to nit-pick these won't be for you. I think it works fine, but my backing was a bit too short in width to stop it from feeling like it was made for something else. Did not stop it from concealing my speaker wires though.2. The screws provided are less than ideal. Meaning they work for holding everything together, but they did spin when initially putting the stands together instead of tightening down and staying put. Simple fix (for me) was to use the one that spun on the opposite stand and it fixed the problem. Seems the problem is more with the pre-drilled holes than with the screws. But, with that fixed, it was the perfect height (for me), and did it's job well. Remember to measure the height YOU need since these ARE NOT adjustable, and if it fits, then BUY THESE since they're otherwise perfect. 4They were easy to assemble but do not use power toolsI also bought the 24" set for my front speakers and these are for the smaller rear speakers of my 5.1 home theatre setup. They were easy to assemble but do not use power tools. It is best to use a hand screwdriver so you can better apply the torque you are applying to the screws. I still cracked one a little but I probably over tightened it. My surround speakers are Dayton B652 which are less than 12" high and weigh less than 6 lbs. each. I affixed the speakers to the stand's top baseplate with blu-tack adhesive to keep them from getting knocked off easily. I did not use the included pads or spikes. I put some small rubber pads on the bottom since I was concerned that the spikes, although rather dull tip plastic, would damage my wood floor. I like that there are wire routing options. You can just put the wire in the channel using the gap at the top and bottom. Optionally you can run it through the provided holes in the top and base to get the wire in and out of the channel. Be aware that if you use any wire color other than black it may be visible through the front slot when viewed from the front unless the wire is somewhat taut and toward the rear of the stand. If I were gauging on price alone it would be 5 stars but considering the other issues its a solid 4. They look very nice and the wife approves of the aesthetics! 4Don't Assemble Yet!!! Read This First...Regarding the stands themselves, they are just right for getting bookshelf sized speakers off your bookshelf and down to seated ear level. Nothing larger than bookshelf speakers though, as the speaker base isn't much larger than an adult's hand.Now for the important stuff. These stands are constructed entirely of MDF so they are fragile when it comes to screws and fasteners. I had a problem with my order and it didn't ship correctly and while I was waiting for my reorder I visited my local high end audio shop. Coincidentally, one of the techs was assembling a set of these for a display and it took him about 10 minutes with an electric screwdriver. When he was done, I picked one up to examine it and he had cracked every one of the vertical boards with the screws...just like many reviewers had mentioned. Now I've seen the problem and just have to figure out how to avoid it myself when my set arrives. Here is how I assembled them with NO issues:1. I "borrowed" one of the horrible smelling candles that this house of women that I live in has in every room. I used wax from the bottom of the candle to "lube" the screw threads. Replaced candle...no one the wiser - HA! Grabbed regular old fashioned turn with hand and wrist screwdriver from toolbox. A woodworking friend of mine says he uses soap to lube screws before driving them...just in case your home is poisonous smelling candle free.2. Now you're ready...If you are going to insert the plastic "points" that go in the speaker base to stabilize it on carpet do this first. Lay the base upside down on a hard surface and gently tap the points in with a small hammer or plastic mallet. Keep them straight when you do this so you don't split the MDF. Wax wouldn't stick to these so I don't think it would help.3. Insert your waxed screws into the base and then screw them to the vertical supports with your screwdriver. The fronts of the supports are rounded and the rears have narrow grooves for the plastic panels that hide the wires. The screws are like sheetrock screws, very coarsely threaded so it only takes a few turns. Cinch them tight, but not too much.4. Slide the plastic panels into place in the grooves at the rear of the supports. One side of the panel is smooth and the other has a pattern...5. Use the remainder of your waxed screws to attach the top speaker support piece to the vertical supports.6. You're done! I would probably use some museum putty or museum wax to keep the speakers more firmly attached to the support piece at the top of the stand.Hope this helps...go slow, lube screws and use hand tools, because these are very unattractive if you split the wood and probably much weaker too. 4Stands perfectly met my needs!These speaker stands hit the spot perfectly. My first selection criteria was height -- I needed them to raise my bookshelf speakers to a good listening height, and they were perfect, literally to the inch.I also considered appearance. They're clean looking and simple.Assembly was a piece of cake. I'd read the instructions and comments online about not using a power tool to tighten screws. I did not need to go as far as putting candle wax or silicone spray on the screws. just screw them in carefully with a phillips head screwdriver.The only thing I will note is that for use on hardwood floors there were no feet. There were carpet spikes provided, didn't want to use them on wood. Stick-on rubber feet or pads might have been nice, and that's exactly what I used -- stick-on felt pads. Don't know if i broke any audiophile rules by doing so, but I put felt pads on everything that sits on my hickory floors.I am very happy with these stands. 5Decent Stands for PriceIts hard to find a stand that does 'everything' just right. I dont like the metal adjustable stands. Not into the glass stands either. I like wood. These are 'wood-ish' and serve a good job of providing a stand for your speaker. Others have commented size concerns when it comes to their speakers. My monitors are 11h x 7w x 8d and weight 14lbs. My speakers fit fine on this stand. Some have mentioned using Blu Tak to attach their speakers. I did not trust this as I have 4 rowdy dogs that bump and bang everything everywhere, lol. I used Scotch Extreme Double Sided Mounting Tape - 414P. Before I could use the tape, I had to countersink the wood screws (they are raised) that hold the top platform to the stand. It was easy enough... But CAUTION- do not use your drill in high speed as you will quickly drill through the hole top platform. I was cautious and still did this on my first hole, I had to relocate the screw hole. I changed the bit to a paddle bit and set the drill to low, easy peasy. Replaced the screws, then I lined the top stand with 4 pieces of the tape. It was a little challenging to center the speaker on the stand top. I tried lining it up different ways but as soon as started to move into place, I lost vision of the stand and any idea of where I was, lol. Finally, and rightly, I turned the speaker upside down with the stand and placed the stand top on the speaker, center. I applied pressure for a minutes and cautiously uprighted the stand with the speaker attached. It did not move. The adhesive tape is supposed to adhere more with time... I can only imagine.Size. These stands are 31" tall. It is hard to find stands much higher. I saw higher, but they were usually metal or glass. For anyone wondering, these do not raise your speaker enough to clear a couch back. I assume my couch is generally a standard size. I have one speaker cutoff half way behind the couch back. To remedy this, I build a riser for the stand... I did it for both to keep them the same height. Riser pic is in pictures.I bought these because they were cheap and because I wasnt sure ultimately where my speakers were going to be placed. Now that I have my setup configured, I want to replace these stands. I am going to build my own stands and recycle my stand risers but follow this general design as I like it. I wont leave the gap in the front, but they will be triangular.These stands will serve their purpose, but there is nicer out there. I would consider these a budget item. As such, I gave 4 stars because they are exactly what they say they are- no false claims. 4Good, inexpensive speaker standsThese stands are made with particle board, so you need to go slow and use hand tools to assemble. Powered screwdrivers could cause you to split the wood. However, assembly was fast and easy even with a standard screwdriver. I had these both assembled in 20 minutes. They hold my Pioneer sp-bs22a bookshelf speakers which weigh in at about 9 lbs each. I have them on carpet without the included carpet spikes. Those spikes were too long for my carpet and just wouldn't have looked right. The best thing about these stands is the cable management. My speakers have the ATMOS speaker built in so I have two speaker cables with banana plugs connected to each speaker. The backs of the speaker stand pillars have a flexible plastic cover. Remove the cover, drop the speaker wire down the inside and out the hole on the bottom of floor stand and then replace the plastic cover. Easy and no frustration trying force speaker cable down a narrow pipe. The small 5" shelf at the top concerned me as not being big enough, but the speaker sits firmly on the small rubber pads it ships with. However, I am going to use some industrial grade Velcro to help stabilize it further. A big dog or small kids bumping into this might knock these top-heavy speakers off. These were a good value for the money! 5
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