Halter Dual Pair Adjustable Wall Mounting Surround Sound Speaker Mounts Bracket Clamp Style w/ Tilt & Swivel 360° Rotation - Set of 2
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Specifications. Clamp adjusts from 5.4 to 11.7 inches. Supports up to 55 lbs. Suitable for concrete, brick and wood stud walls. Swivels 360 degrees and 15 degrees tilts adjustable [7.5° Up & 7.5° Down]. Heavy duty steel construction with wall plate cover. Easy Install. - Included Is: 1 pair of side clamping speaker mounts. Standard mounting hardware and user manual.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful.
Awesome Speaker Mounts
By Tina C
These speaker mounts worked perfect with my Pioneer Shelf surround sound speakers. They work great with a open floor plan. I have one speaker that had to be mounted and then the base had to be parallel to the wall. This mount allowed us to achieve this. The other feature that we love about them is that you can have the speakers either leveled or angles downward to hep project the sound to us. The only thing I would say about it is that I wish the Lock nut was black to help it blend in with the rest of the base mount. The installation is super easy and it is quick to install them and ours is installed into drywall and I haven't had them fall from the wall.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful.
The brackets worked out great for me. The installation was very simple and there's so much adjustability in the bracket that you can rotate the speakers in a circle or tilt them forward. I would recommend mounting them into a stud in the wall for a very secure fit. The only gripe I have is that I was shorted on some of the smaller fasteners and had to use my own.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
These ended up being exactly what I needed to mount my old bookshelf speakers (top of the line back in 1986) to this weird horrible monstrosity of an entertainment center box that a previous owner of my condo built INTO the living room wall.
The speakers are heavy for their size, but you get nice big mounting screws, and the mounts themselves are very sturdy. Psyched about getting the stuff I'd stacked up to hold the speakers out of my living room.