Heavy Duty Speaker Stands for Bookshelf Speakers up to 35 lbs
- Speaker Stand Height 34"
- Holds Speakers up to 25.00 lbs.
SF34 is rated out of 5 by 2.
Heavy Duty Speaker Stands for Bookshelf Speakers up to 35 lbsThe SANUS Steel Series SF34 is a 34-inch stand for small-to-medium bookshelf speakers up to 25 lbs. Its extra-large steel base includes optional carpet spikes for superior stability on any surface. Twin heavy-gauge steel pillars feature a concealed wire path and resonance damping rings, and they can be filled with sand or shot for added mass. The 6-inch by 6.5-inch top plate offers adjustable brass studs and neoprene pads for speaker alignment. This product is sold as a pair.
- Heavy-gauge steel construction
- Adjustable carpet spikes
- Bolt-mounting secures your speaker to the stand
- Conceal unsightly cables
Tools You Will Need For Installation
Phillips Head Screwdriver
|UPC Code:|| 793795523549 - Black - $229.99 USD
|Product Width:||11.52" / 29.26cm|
|Product Height:||34.00" / 86.36cm|
|Package Width:||31.50" / 80.01cm|
|Package Height:||4.00" / 10.16cm|
|Package Depth:||15.00" / 38.10cm|
|Package Weight:||36.00lbs / 16.33kg|
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Rated 2 out of 5 by Charlie T from Sanus SF34 Received the stands 11/25/23. During assembly, none of the #1 feet would fit, #2 feet were perfect. It is a manufacturing defect machining the plastic feet (melted plastic in the slot). One base does not sit flat and rocks. Spikes do not provide enough adjustment to compensate. Minor issues, 1 spike with stripped threads, wrong size washers. I contacted customer service, but replacement parts are not available and was advised to return. I own 4 of these stands and this was my first problem with assembly or parts. This review is for this sample only.
Date published: 2023-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by jaxtrauma from Mr I never understood the importance of speaker stands until I actually heard my HD6s when they were freed from the restrictive horizontal plane of a desk. Only when properly placed and isolated were they able to perform at their true potential. I thought they sounded great on the desk. I had no idea. There's a reason Audioengine features Sanus loudspeaker stands on it's website. The soundstage was brought to the fore. Separation was startling in it's presence and immediacy. Once mounted, the HD6's soundstage was better than three-dimensional. It was holographic. I'd never been swept up in recordings I'd heard hundreds of times until I put my speakers on stands.Treble and high end were unleashed. Mids were firmly placed right in the middle of the sonic envelope. It was the bass response and low end in general where the HD6 truly shone. I bought a sub to go with them but I don't really need it for music anymore. The 5.5" woofers sounded like they extended all the way down to the 50Hz at which they're rated. Couldn't do that on a wooden desk. The stands themselves are really nice-looking, easy to assemble, are of excellent quality and are quite sturdy. You have the option to fill these with the ballast of your choice, be it shot, sand or feathers. Personally I would find it unnecessary unless you have small children running around. Or clumsy people. Seriously, the stands are rated to support speakers of 25 lbs. but I think they'll hold speakers of a heavier weight with no problem. Sanus also have even sturdier stands on offer. To get the most from your bookshelf loudspeakers, you owe it to yourself (and your ears) to properly mount, isolate and separate them. The amazing change in sound quality is provided at a fraction of the cost of the speakers. If you wanna be a true audiophile and hear your music as the artist intended, unleash your loudspeakers, put them on stands.
Date published: 2020-06-13
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