ECHOGEAR Universal Floor Speaker Stands - Vibration-Absorbing MDF Design Works with Klipsch, Polk, JBL & Other Bookshelf Speakers Or Studio Monitors - Includes Sound Iso Pads & Carpet Spikes

Regular price $158.14

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SKU: E-78147

Category: Bluetooth speakers, New Arrivals, Featured Product

Shipping : Free (USA only)

Estimated Delivery : October 04 - October 10

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  • These speaker stands will work with what you've got. Built to be compatible with pretty much every major speaker brand out there. That includes Vizio, Klipsch, Bose, Sony, JBL, & More. Effortlessly Holds speakers up to 25lbs.
  • Standing at 29.9" tall, this pair of stands hold your home theater speakers or studio monitors at sitting ear height for the best sound. 5" x 5" top plate gives your speakers a secure place to sit.
  • When it comes to speaker stands, don't listen to Marky Mark and/or the Funky Bunch. There's no such thing as good vibrations. The solid MDF construction eliminates vibrations that will make your fancy speaker sound like a piece of trash.
  • Keep your speaker wire under control with the built-in cable management channel. Now you won't worry about tripping when the Stan Bush tunes start pumping!
  • From the box to your speaker in under 15 minutes. We've included all the hardware in the box, so you can get these pups installed quickly. Also includes rubber pads for vibration reduction, plus carpet spikes.

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Package Dimensions29.72 x 11.42 x 2.56 inches
Item Weight12 pounds
Item model numberEGAV-SFSBP
Date First AvailableJune 13, 2019
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 25, 2023
(Used the stand for Klipsch bookshelf speakers) Great speaker stand for those who need bookshelves speakers to resemble floor standing speakers. However the item does come with couple cons. #1: the installation is not a quick process as the screw holes are very small to the point the wood breaks if it’s off by a centimeter. I had to exchange the item because all the pieces ended up cracking. #2: the wires show as the middle has a open gap which I don’t get, it doesnt look neat. However other than that it’s good so far. It’s not the most sturdiest stand as it does shake but for the price you can’t go wrong.
Reviewed on July 31, 2023
I dislike the fact that the 1st time I ordered these stands, there were no screws at all in the box. I called Echogear & was told that the screws were out of stock. I sent them back to Amazon for a replacement set. The replacements are well above standards as far as I'm concerned. The screw thing was unfortunate but the product is solid!
Reviewed on July 03, 2023
I moved and could not take my Carvin 942 to the new place. I had these little Sony wannabe speakers and needed a stand for them by the TV. It was not too hard to put them together and they look good for what they are. I did add some earthquake putty so they would no fall off. So far so good.
Reviewed on April 29, 2023
They look nice and I'm not worried about my speakers falling off. The instructions were comical. American made? I ended up going on YouTube and finding a video though. They said don't over tighten the screws and even though I was making a conscious effort, I ended up splitting the wood in three out of the four I bought. Not sure if that was because the screws weren't going in perfectly straight or...? Whatever, they still look fine and I can't be bothered to buy another set because of a minor imperfection.
Reviewed on March 02, 2023
"Do not feed contents to children" "Useful in a zombie apocalypse" Great sense of humor. But I think their engineering could be improved a tad, thus the 1 star ding. Others have noted the difficulty of getting the screws into the pre-drilled holes, which causes the leg to split if not. I think that could be mostly resolved very if the holes in the bottom plate were slightly larger than the screws. Being able to push them all the way thru would allow you to see if you had the screws in the leg holes. Until that hopeful mod, try the following. First, use something like a very small nail, or even a ball point pen, to enlarge the leg holes very slightly and very shallow(ly?). Then line up the leg and base using a heavy paper clip (or nail or small drill bit if you have) before starting either screw. Then tighten one to keep the base/leg in position, then the other.
Reviewed on April 28, 2023
The directions caution you not to use a power drill/driver so as not to over-tighten the screws. I had to because of arthritis. Just go very slow and set the clutch at its lowest setting. Both stands went together in about 30 minutes. They really put the surround speakers at ear level. Not bad as fit and finish go, but I removed one star because a sharp edge removed a bit of skin from the back of my hand. The directions are funny.
Reviewed on June 04, 2023
Pros: Shipped quickly and easy to assemble using the comical instructions provided. The look nice. Cons: Like many others experienced, the wood split on the pillars. I was so careful and hand screwed them in as instructed but I could tell before I had the screw halfway in something was wrong. When I looked at the side of the pillar it was split. I called their help line and the service rep said just to return it back to Amazon (even though Amazon says to call them). Nevertheless I filed a return to get another set (keeping the one good stand I was able to build). When that arrived the pillars were even worse. I could tell that some of the pilot holes they drilled were crooked, thus causing the wood to split. I went through two more pillars before I got one that was good. Neutral: While these do appear to be sturdy I'm leery about my Klipsch bookshelf speakers sitting on top of the small plate at the top. There is a small hole on this plate so I may put a small screw just to keep the speaker from getting bumped off.