- Brand Name: Atlantic
- Model Number: SPB03
- Material Type: Plastic
- Width: 2.70 inches
- Display Height: 3.70 inches
Atlantic SPB03 Speaker Brackets - 2 Pack (Titanium)
- Universal brackets hold up to 10 lbs
- Adjustable tilt and swivel function
- Mounts on the wall or ceiling
- Horizontal or vertical mounting
- Mounting hardware included
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They're not the highest quality out there, but they are definitely worth the price. They are able to be mounted in a variety ways, including through standard 1/4" or 6/32" speaker mount holes or using a speaker's keyhole mount.
They come with the following parts so you can mount them to almost any speaker, regardless of their mounting holes:
- 20 wall anchors and screws.
- 10 6/32" short speaker screws
- 10 6/32" long speaker screws
- 10 1/4" short speaker screws
- 10 1/4" long speaker screws
- 10 hex nuts
The maximum weight for these mounts is 10 lbs per speaker.
Although advertised as "black", they're not a pure black (as they don't really match my pure black Energy speakers). They're sort of gray-black. Not a big deal for me personally, but I thought I should pass that along. :)
Overall, a great value.
WARNING. DO NOT USE THEIR SCREWS. I tried using their long screws that were included with the package. I screwed them into a wall stud, and as i was tightening them the heads of the screws broke off. This happened to 3 of the 4 screws. So i had to take them down because without the head there's nothing holding the bracket to the wall! The screw was broken off into the wall and I had to use pliers to pull them out. One of them i just hammered further in so it wouldn't stick out. Then i mounted the wall bracket someplace else with some decent screws that i luckily had stored away. I think wooden walls should give before any screw does. These are low quality screws. The second place i mounted them wasn't in studs so i used anchors and they are fine. But after the experience with the cheap screws i had no faith in the anchors that came with the package so i used some of my own as well!
To angle the speakers, you first tilt them in the direction you want, then tighten the back of the mount. Of the two i hooked up to the wall, one was perfectly fine. I angled it and tightened it and it stayed perfectly. However, the other one wouldn't keep the angle despite how much i tightened it. It would just keep drooping down. My solution was to take a bit of scotch tape and put that over the 'ball' inside the mount to create more tension when fastening. It worked, but if anybody touches it, it may droop down again.Read more ›
No Muss, No Fuss! A few simple turns of the screwdriver & wa-la! Wall mounted speakers made easy. For me, since some angeling of the speakers was desired, having the option to use the screw mount or the speaker insert mount (the ovely-things which fits into the back of the speakers, is that a technical way of explaining it?<g>) made these a no-brainer for me. If you are looking for an inexpensive, easy way to mount your speakers & are reading this review, I will tell you this is a great product & a great bargain.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product was perfect for installing my surround sound. They have held in place and not moved since I have installed them, which has been a few years.Published 6 months ago by Casey Clopton
Does not work with Energy Take Classic 5.1 Speakers unless you want to mod the speakers. Advt is completely off trackPublished on August 21, 2014 by Yatin Dalvi
I bought these to mount Definitive Tech Promonitor speakers.
As another user mentioned their wood screws are terrible. Read more
Great speaker brackets. Work very well and come with easy installation and good directions. I would buy again these again.Published on April 11, 2014 by Stereonut
Used these for a couple of bookshelf speakers in my utility/exercise area in the basement. Easy to use and went in quickly. Read morePublished on February 7, 2014 by Look585
These are a nice, inexpensive solution for wall mounts. I had to reverse them to work with my particular speakers but they worked great. Read morePublished on November 3, 2013 by Michael T. Anderson