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SANUS SYSTEMS BF-31B Wood Speaker Stands (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Sanus
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  • 31- Inch high
  • Concealed wire management
  • Furniture-grade appearance with upscale performance
  • Twin contoured pillars give support and rigidity
  • Constructed of medium density fibercore to minimize resonance

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SANUS SYSTEMS BF-31B Wood Speaker Stands (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + Pioneer SP-BS22-LR Andrew Jones Designed Bookshelf Loudspeakers + AmazonBasics 16-gauge Speaker Wire - 100 Feet
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Technical Details

  • Fixed Height

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 29.6 x 11.2 x 2.4 inches ; 13 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006JQ5O
  • Item model number: BF-31B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (294 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2005

Product Description

SANUS SYSTEMS BF-31B Wood Speaker Stands features like ABS plastic spikes, a concealed wire path and neoprene speaker isolation pads, and a sound foundation for speakers.

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Customer Reviews

Very good look, easy assemble.
A. Ward
While putting these together a few of the pieces of wood cracked and/or split when the screws went into them.
Neil
If you're looking for something that does the job without spending a lot of money, look no further.
Deb K

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

207 of 213 people found the following review helpful By Brik on July 17, 2006
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FYI here are some product details not specified on Amazon's description. I did not realize these are only designed for smaller bookshelf speakers. Up to 15 lbs. The 24" stand has a 7.5" by 7.5" speaker base so it can handle a bigger speaker. I really needed the bigger base.

Model # BF31b

Package Dimensions

Black W = 30"

D = 10"

H = 3"

Product Dimensions

W = 11.5"

D = 11"

H = 31"

31" tall with 5"x5" top plate for small bookshelf speakers
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94 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Permutt on February 1, 2006
They serve the purpose and look nice, but both the ad copy and the instructions may be misleading enough to invite comment.

1. They're not wood. They're some quite unobjectionable black stuff that may be better suited than wood. Sanus makes more expensive stands out of wood, but not these.

2. The "wire management" system, if implemented as suggested, is idiotic. There are holes but no grooves in both the base and the speaker platform. If you stick the wires through them, then both the speaker and the whole stand will wobble on the wires.

Fortunately, there is no need to do so. Just leave spaces at the top and bottom of the back and run the wires through there.

3. Even worse, they tell you to set the speaker on the stand, wire it up, and then complete the assembly by snapping the back on, which takes some force. Even if you are much less clumsy than I, this would be tempting fate.

Again, fortunately, there is no need to. Stick the wire through and put on the back, in whichever order you prefer, and then put the speaker on and connect it.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By J. Arnett on December 22, 2012
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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.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Darren Ghiso on September 20, 2005
I wasn't expecting much for $30 but these were exactly what I was looking for. A nice looking 3 foot stand for my bookshelf speakers. It gives a very impressive look to your home audio system and really improves the treble as opposed to having your speakers on the floor. Great quality...definitely something to consider.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Sean Harding on June 23, 2006
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These stands are cheap in both senses of the word. They're a lot less expensive than most other speaker stands of this size, which is great. I also found them to be cheaply built, which is less than great. They'll do the job, but I'm not particularly impressed with the quality.

The "wood" split in a couple of places on mine when I screwed the pieces together. I may have gotten the screws slightly crooked, but they looked straight to me. In any case, I did the best I could and it still split in two places. In one, I had to leave that screw out completely to make it not look really bad (the further the screw goes in, the more it splits). The other looks acceptable with the screw in, so I left it.

The "isolation pads" (little padded stickers you put on top of the stands for the speakers to sit on) don't seem to stick very well. One of mine comes off every time I move the speaker (and yes, I'm sure I put the sticky side down). I have another older set of Sanus stands (I think from a different line, or maybe just an older style -- they look somewhat similar, but are defintely better built) on which the pads work fine.

The carpet spikes are also not as nice as those on my other Sanus stands. The old set I have has relatively small metal spikes. These go into the carpet easily, and hold the stands very steady. They were also fairly easy to put in, as I recall. The spikes on these stands are plastic, and they're very hard to put in. I had to use a mallet to put them in. They're also pretty big, and I find they're very hard to get into the carpet. If they aren't all the way in, the stand is very wobbly. Once the spikes are in, they make a big hole (not good if you move the speaker). The older style is a lot better in that regard.

All that said, these will definitely hold the speakers adequately, and they look decent. They're far from top quality, but they're good for the price.
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