VideoSecu Universal Satellite Speaker Mounts / Brackets for Walls and Ceilings (White,Black Available)
$5.28 - $19.99
- Ideal for mounting home theater satellite speakers on walls or ceilings
- Supports speakers weighing 10 pounds or less
- Made of durable, weather resistant, injection molded fiber resin reinforced polymer
- Multiple tilt and swivel pivot points allow perfect directional speaker aiming
- Designed to fit home theater satellite speakers with one threaded mounting hole, two threaded mounting holes or keyhole mounting systems
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Total product length (wall mount applications): 3.25", Total product length (ceiling mount applications): 5.5". Designed to fit most brands of home theater satellite speakers: Bose, Denon, Infinity, Insignia, Kenwood, LG, JVC, Onkyo, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sony, Yamaha, Zenith and most other brands of satellite speakers Included Items: Mounting brackets, ceiling extensions, allen wrench, instruction sheet as well as all adapters and hardware necessary to connect your speakers to the brackets and the brackets to the wall or ceiling.
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Top Customer Reviews
You will need 4 of these as the center channel works with the supplied screws and the satellites do not.
1/4-20 X 1 1/2"
I supplied a picture also
Only help I can offer is my set came with strange looking T shaped drywall hangers that I personally have never used. The instructions talk about the standard common variety. I'll try to post a link to a 50 second video on YouTube so you can have it handy. If the link does not show (I've seen others in reviews refer to videos that are not their. Thinking Amazon might not allow external links?) I searched, "How to use a T shaped drywall anchor" and the top 50 second video in Google was great.
At the angle needed, the rotating joints could not be locked with enough force to hold them in place resulting in my speakers simply rotating to the lowest position by gravity alone. Tightening harder the two grub screws that lock the rotating parts caused them to strip out the plastic threads. In my view these are totally incapable of supporting anything but the lightest plastic speaker boxes in place.
I am very disappointed in them and currently worried they may snap at the wall bracket as the arm is steadily drooping after only an hour of holding up the 5lbs speakers, bending the peg in the wall plate. The leverage on the peg is approximately 14:1 and so with this 5lbs speaker it is seeing a force of around 70lbs. Even if the weight was completely inboard the peg would still see a force of 80Lbs with a 10 Lbs speaker.
Fundamentally the plastic material is too slippery for the grub screws to grip on if you are selecting any angles of tilt and rotation that are out of the square and vertical. The only way I could get them to stay in place at the required angles is to drill right though the rotating joints and pin them in place with nails, fixing them permanently at the final position.
Perfect for speakers that weigh 1 or 2 lbs, more than that don't buy these brackets at all !!!!
I mounted 2 different type of speakers:
1st Set were Infinity Micros. These needed only 1 screw and required that I remove the extension (as per instructions) and these were also the ones I needed to use some of my own washers as spacers. No big deal as I had them on hand. The photos show a front and rear view of these speakers.
2nd Set were Bose bottom mount speakers so I chose to mount them using the extension. It required 2 screws and a different approach from the micros but everything I needed was included. I was curious about the weight (around 6 pounds each), and even using the extension, I think these mounts will hold well. I've included a photo of this speaker mount as well. Hope this helps.
Very happy with these mounts, I will definitely be recommending them to anyone looking for speaker mounts. I've included photos of the mounts being used on my Polk satellite speakers.
I'm finishing my basement and adding a media room and needed something to attach my speakers to the wall to give them a nice professional look.
Other speaker mounts cost more, but I decided on these due to the price and the good reviews and I'm glad that I did! They work as expected and hold my speakers to the wall.
I have no doubts they'll last forever and I'm glad I didn't spend more money on others that would have accomplished the same thing.
I recommend these to anyone!