- QuestionAre these stands compatible with vizio speakers S4251w-B4? (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWill the Vizio SB4051-C0 speaker wire connector fit through this stands speaker wire channel? (2 Answers)Answers
The tubing is very narrow. My vizio satellite speaker wires did not fit through the tubes so i had to wrap the wire around the outside of the stands. It looks fine though, i dont even notice it because its behind the couch. The stands are basically only wide enough to take plain speaker wire that doesnt contain a connecting end.
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- QuestionHow do the stands hold speakers? (2 Answers)Answers
I have Bose Acustimas satellite speakers. The stand comes with a screw that fits perfectly in the speaker. All you need to do is tighten the screw. There are additional braces for larger speakers. The base of the stand is heavy which keep the speakers in place without tipping over.
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The speaker stands come with a universal mounting kit that should work with most speakers. Unfortunately we do not keep a database of every speaker and if it will fit. You can take a look at the online instruction manual at www.sanus.com for a list is of what is included, this might give you a better idea, otherwise what most Home AV installers recommend is not to use the mounting hardware at all and instead just use sticky pads or Velcro on the speaker and top plate, hope this helps!
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