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Peerless Adjustable Component Shelf for AV EQ

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  • Double-stud installation allows A/V equipment to be centered directly underneath flat panel TV
  • Compact design is ideal for smaller spaces or A/V closets
  • 100 lb. load capacity allows stacking of all components
  • Decorative Snap-On covers conceal all mounting hardware
  • Adjustable width up to 18" and depth range of 15" to 23" accommodate even largest receivers, multi-disk DVD players
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  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 18.4 x 4.2 inches ; 10.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00155PSXS
  • Item model number: PS200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

A versatile solution that not only looks great, but let's you easily incorporate A/V components into virtually any environment. This flexible and space-saving shelf gets A/V components organized and out of the way. It offers a low-profile solution that mounts to two studs allowing you to center components under the screen, completing the picture-perfect installation.

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This product was easy to install and is very sturdy.
Gary
I was about to purchase another option that SHOULD work when I noticed this one come up.
Bruce D. Farmer
It holds my Polk Audio A6 Center Speaker without any problem.
Igor Grinkin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By I. Lintner on April 13, 2012
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I recently upgraded my wall mount center channel with a larger heavier free standing model leading me on a search for a solution to place the speaker in my listening area.

I chose the peerless component shelf over a speaker stand because I was concerned that a stand could be knocked over dropping my expensive new speaker on the floor.

The unit is heavy duty and very well designed and the installation was easily taken care of within about 20 minutes, if you have ever hung a tv on the wall this system is very similar. I was only able to attach to one stud, but I utilized two additional drywall anchors and I was confident that it would hold my 30 pound speaker.

I was I was concerned that the weight of the speaker would cause the arms to dip down, aiming the speaker lower than I wanted and when I initially mounted it it did just that. Fortunately the designer also considered this and they have 2 knurled knobs ( one under each arm ) to adjust the angle of the arms. Using the adjustments I was able to quickly level and aim the speaker exactly where I wanted it, perfect.

While having a 30 pound speaker on a shelf on the wall may not be ideal aesthetically, functionally you would have trouble beating this as a center channel mount.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Alan C. on October 15, 2009
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This is a well built, very solid feeling shelf unit that I purchased to hold my FIOS set top box about six feet away from a wall-mounted TV.

The shelf was easy to mount to the wall once the location of the two studs were identified. Just pencil where the holes need to go, drill a hole that's slightly smaller than the screw width, and screw in the screws.

The one slight flaw to the design of this unit and the reason that I gave it 4 stars instead of 5, is that the two arms can't be pushed all the way in when used with smaller components. When looking at the photo, you'll notice a gap between the square pads at the end of the arms and the outer sleeve of the arm. If the arms could be pushed in all the way so that the pads were flush with the outer sleeve, the arms would have a cleaner and more sleek appearance when used with smaller components. This could be achieved with a slightly longer sleeve, or a slightly shorter arm. When I placed my set top box onto this mount and aligned the feet of the set top box with the square pads, there was a significant gap between the rear of the set top box and the wall. Pushing the set top box towards the wall a couple of inches looked better but then the feet were no longer aligned with the pads. If the arms could have been pushed in then the fit would have been perfect. At any rate, this did not effect the function of the mount whatsoever and is a minor aesthetic issue.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. Lee on November 23, 2008
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This shelf, when installed with components, becomes almost hidden and obscured by the components so much you can't really tell how they are suspended. Great work Peerless!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jason Berry on March 5, 2012
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This shelf is a really impressive, over-engineered (that's a good thing) item. I have a very expensive 26-pound Boston Acoustic center channel that needed to float above the television in a fairly awkward location. That is, above the fireplace on a furring strip. In addition, the speaker needed to extend in front of the TV somewhat, adding additional stress on the shelf due to leverage. This shelf inspires me with tremendous confidence, unlike any other solution. I am quite impressed with how heavy duty this shelf is.
Initially, I was doubtful of the claims that it can support 100 lbs, but after mounting it, I can see how that may be possible. Being installed to a furring strip, I did not test it. I did pull down on the shelf, once mounted, and it did not give at all. There is a nylon strap that is included, but it is fairly difficult to get tightened. There are holes for bolts, front & rear, that allow for more serious security. I opted to use these with some very short screws that sunk into the wood speaker body about 1/4 inch.

A couple of other reviewers complained that the arms don't slide back far enough. I will concur with that. However, I didn't see anybody mention that those same adjustable arms can be completely removed should you want. It's still a large shelf, but that takes off about 4 additional inches. The shelf is very adjustable and has a nice leveling feature that is independently adjustable from either arm. A perfect install is therefore not required to get perfectly level equipment.
When I find cost effective AV-related equipment that works well (rare), I like to let people know. This is one of those cheaper, but oh-so-important items when setting up your home theater.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Charles Medley on July 12, 2009
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I bought this to mount a center channel speaker directly below a flat-panel TV. The speaker is fairly heavy (~35lbs.), and the important thing to me was that this shelf needed to support the weight easily.

The installation was a cakewalk, and everything went smoothly. I had the mount installed in about 10 minutes.

The strap supplied with the shelf for holding down components is useless for me as it keeps "sliding"off the speaker, but that's a non-issue for me -- this speaker is heavy enough that it won't budge.
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