A:AnswerYes I have. I WOULDNT recommend these for use with your Nakamichi 9.2.4 Shockwafe Surround Speakers UNLESS you were planning to lay them on their side. Thats the only attachment I believe attaches to these speakers properly. If you stand them up that attachment will screw into one slot but not the top slot seeing as how that standing attachment is much to short -_- I have all my speakers standing up and held down onto the stands with double sided sticky tape. As a matter of fact I might take these stands back but ive been to lazy to get around to it. Your best bet is going on youtube and searching what kind of stands those people are using for their nakamichi surround speakers. Hope this helps? Best Bet DONT GET THESE!
A:AnswerI actually bought these stands specifically for the satellite speakers of my Vizio Elevate sound bar and they work great. Aesthetically, they are a great pairing and look modern, but unobtrusive.
There are two key points, however:
1. The speaker stands come with a large assortment of hardware, but they don't have the correct size of screws that attach to the Vizio speakers
2. The unique shape of the satellite speaker connectors will not fit through the speaker stand tubing, so you won't be able to fully conceal the wiring. We wrapped our wires up the speaker stand shaft and it's not too noticeable since both are black in color
I still think the stands look great, are decent construction and stability, and would definitely recommend them.
A:AnswerNo, they don't fit for Sony Z9R.
firstly the design of holes on sony rear speaker is such that they are not centrally aligned. secondly the wire is not detachable that can go into holes/socket of the stand.
it will be again mess/cluttered way of doing things.
A:AnswerUnfortunately it does not, securely anyway. The rear bracket is not tall enough to allow you to secure the speaker to the stand. The rear speakers do sit on the speaker plate, so if you do not have pets, kids, or clumsy roommates, it will work.
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Not for high end Samsung satellite speakers
Owned for 2 months by when reviewed.
These are heavy duty well built stands. I would give 5 stars if they fit either my Samsung HWQ90R or HW-Q930C satellite speakers. Although there is a good variety of bracket configurations included with these stands, there are no included brackets that align with the threaded mounting holes on the back of these speakers. Consequently I had to fabricate working brackets from the included array of parts in the box. The other issue is that the power cord for each speaker is supposed to run up through the hollow stand poles, and out a slot cut in the pole near the top to plug into the speaker. Unfortunately the power cord plugs for the Samsung are way to large to fit in the pole or out the slot. This is not the stands fault, I simply did not do deep enough research before the purchase. I decided to keep them as I made them work for the speakers of one sound bar that is in my office and generally not under guest scrutiny.
I will find another model the works correctly with the living room speakers. This would be an excellent purchase otherwise, just make sure they work with whatever brand of speaker you have.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 1 month by when reviewed.
Nice quality sturdy many different brackets come with it. The stands can slide up and down. Very happy with purchase...
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Sanus Speaker Stands
Owned for 3 weeks by when reviewed.
Works fine for my 5lbs klips, was a little wobbly at first had to use a larger screws to mount the sound is more theatrical