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14 reviews | 4.8 out of 5
I searched all over for brackets for our new surround sound system and these fit the bill perfectly. I was surprised to see how well they were made when they arrived on my doorstep given they were also the least expensive we saw. I'm very happy that we purchases these brackets!
Works as advertised. Simple to install and works great. Lot lower price than other systems and funtions perfect.
They work great, comes with all the hardware you need to mount most any surround speaker securely to the wall. Very clean and neat installation.
Comes with ALL available mounting options and mounting hardware. Very impressive and complete.
While these are made of plastic, they're impressively heavy and well made, with a wide range of adjustability. I was afraid they wouldn't work with my Polk speakers (they bolt from the bottom) but they mate perfectly with the L-brackets that came with the speakers and look as if they were made to go together.
Great value compared to similar mounts I've seen.
Simple design, easy to install, good value, exceeded my expectations.
Great brackets for the price and it been holding up well for the last 3yrs or so. The setup was easy to the point.
Very pleased with the purchase. These mounts came complete with several adapters to fit many different size and thread patterns. The only thing that is missing is a hole for the speaker wires and therefore they had to be mounted on the wall with speaker wire showing. If I would have been thinking, I would have drilled a hole in each one before mounting them.
When I went to install my mounts (I'm actually only using 2) I discovered that the provided screws were MONSTEROUS. They fit through the holes though, so I figured "Why not?" The provided screws, which are almost 1/4" in diameter and about 2" long, went through the Sheetrock of the wall easily enough (albeit with some wobbliness) but once it hit the wood, would not go any further. I figured I must have hit a nail, so I moved about 3/4" up so that the ugliness of the first hole would be covered by the bracket when all was said and done with that bracket. Thais time, it only went about 1/4" or so into the wood, and then my brand-new DeWalt power drill couldn't get it to go any further in, causing the head of the screw to stick out almost 1" further than could be used. Upon consulting a friend, we arrived at the conclusion we had hit a knot in the stud. Not wanting to have the 2 ugly, useless holes in the wall, we decided to try using a Sheetrock screw in the 2nd hole- which worked perfectly; it went into the wood just fine and saved me from having the failed first hole be visible. We ended up using Sheetrock screws for the other 3 holes that needed to be drilled as well, and they worked marvelously.
All in all, however, it was very easy to install, looks great with its surroundings, and is very easy to adjust when I want to change where the speakers are facing.