Sanus Adjustable Height Speaker Stand – Extends 28″ to 38″ – Holds Satellite & small Bookshelf Speakers (i.e. Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, KEF, Klipsch, Sony and others) – Set of 2 – Model: HTBS

January 22, 2019 - Comment

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The SANUS VuePoint HTBS satellite speaker stand is the perfect addition to any home theater. The stand is height-adjustable, so satellite speakers up to 3.5 lbs can be positioned 28 in to 38 in from the floor for a customized setup. It can be assembled in minutes using just a Phillips screwdriver. Each heavy-gauge steel pillar is offset for optimum sound and features an integrated wire channel for easy management. Includes top plate, L-shaped brackets and keyhole mount adapters to fit most small satellite speakers. Comes with 5-year manufacturer’s warranty

Speakers not included

Product Features

  • Versatile design holds satellite speakers up to 3.5 lbs. Compatible with Bose, Harmon Kardon, Polk, JBL, Sony, and more.
  • Optimize your listening experience by adjusting the speakers from 28″ to 38″ high. Easy to use collar makes height adjustments a breeze.
  • Built from high-quality steel with a wide base to deliver the high-quality sound. Built-in cable management channel helps keep your speaker wire out of the way.
  • Includes top plate, L-shaped brackets and keyhole adapter to maximize compatibility with your speaker.
  • Experience the Sanus difference. Comes with a 5-year warranty, and top-notch customer service. Our experts are ready to chat 7 days a week if you have questions or run into a snag.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great tip for wire not being to tight(Vizio wire)! Please mark this as helpful, especially for Vizio people, people complained about the wire pressing against the metal rod(stand), and they are correct, and here’s a solution: As my photos show, by rotating the bracket and not installing it as instructed, you can create plenty of room for the wire, and it seems to still be very well balanced. First assemble the rods attached to the base correctly as instructed, then screw the speaker to the bracket like in my photo instead of screwing the…

Anonymous says:

NOT Fully Compatible with VIZIO SB4051-C0 Satellite Speakers! This product was listed together with “VIZIO SB4051-C0 40-Inch 5.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer and Satellite Speakers (2015 Model)” under the “frequently bought together section.” However, the stands are not as compatible as I would like them to be. The cables that connect the satellite speakers to the subwoofer are too large to fit through the cable holes on the stands. Also, the connection to the speaker is so large that you cannot securely screw in the satellite…

Anonymous says:

Not compatible with Vizio 38″ 5.1 Sound Bar System (SB3851) I thought I did enough research on these to make sure they were the right fit for my Vizio 38″ 5.1 surround sound speakers, but I guess I didn’t. As you can see in the first picture, the end of the speaker cable is more than two times bigger than the hole on the speaker stand that the wire is supposed to fit through. In the second picture, you can see that the wire has to be wrapped around the speaker stand because it won’t fit in the tube. Don’t get me wrong, the speaker stand is durable,…

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