Adjustable 33 lb. Capacity Speaker Wall Mount Brackets (Pair), Black
    Product # 6839
    Adjustable 33 lb. Capacity Speaker Wall Mount Brackets (Pair), Black
    Product # 6839
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    Adjustable 33 lb. Capacity Speaker Wall Mount Brackets (Pair), Black

    Mount your satellite or bookshelf speakers on the wall and get the perfect angle with this set of adjustable wall mount brackets from Monoprice!

    The brackets are designed to hold speakers weighing 33 lbs or less each, making them perfect for small satellite or bookshelf speakers in a 5.1 system. The bracket uses a disc joint with a compression lock to allow tilting to almost any angle. A steel security cable ensures that, if the joint were to come undone during adjustment, the speaker would not fall to the floor.



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    4.2 / 5.0
    98 Reviews
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    Excellent Product
    Bought these for the price and for the rated strength. When I read the negative reviews, I thought I'd test the brackets before using them on my 8 & 15 pound speakers. Using one 10 wood screw, I fastened the bracket to a wood stud, then hung about 35 pounds from the bracket part that connects to the speaker. I varied the angle from straight out, to 45 degrees down, and then to the side. The bracket held tight. There was some "sag" when weight was applied, but that's basic physics you'll be able to compensate.

    For the actual connections, I used the 10 wood screw into studs in the main, central bracket hole. Since the hole was oversized, washers were added to assure nothing slipped out. In the other 4 holes, I used toggle bolts to attach to the drywall. This belt and suspenders approach keeps everything tight besides, I don't want to actually "bring the house down".

    The metal is thin gage and will distort the bracket if you overtighten the wood screw I did this when I tested but everything still held fine. There is no need to overtighten the wood screw (my screw extended about 1" into the stud).

    The safety wire is kind of goofy but I unhooked it and connected it to the wood screw instead of the bracket, figuring the screw would hold if the bracket went.

    My speakers had keyholes. Instead of screwing into their backs, I used machine screws to hold the speaker, inserting the screw head into the keyhole and tightening with a wing nut through one of the bracket holes. I used felt pads between speaker and bracket to soften the connection and for some acoustic isolation.

    The brackets are relatively large and the holes will not all align with wall studs as a result. The bracket size also puts them a distance from my speaker connection wall plate with some loss in aesthetics. For the man cave, this works out fine - we celebrate industrial!

    PROS: Strength adaptability. All metal - way better than plastic.

    CONS: No install instructions
    August 14, 2011
    Extremely Overrated
    I don't know where the yahoo was coming from that rated these a 10 for mounting 16 pound speakers. I tried mounting my 16 pound Polk Monitor 40s with these and the metal fatigued to the point that they drooped until the bottom of the speakers rested against the wall. The design is so so, but the metal is too thin for even 16 pounds let alone 33.

    These may be able to handle more weight if mounting to a ceiling or other vertical surface, but the max I would rate these for wall mounting is around 10 pounds. I would also suggest thread lock for the hardware.

    I rated them a 3 because of the price and the fact that they will work for lighter speakers. However advertising them for 33 pounds is extremely deceptive. Shame on you Monoprice.

    PROS: Cheap. Metal bends rather than breaks.

    CONS: Failed to hold up 16 pound speakers
    December 7, 2010
    Great brackets for the price
    I ordered two of these and had them installed within about an hour. They are very easy to use and adjust. Trying to get the correct angle on the bracket can be somewhat challenging, and during that process I loosened the nut on the back of the bracket. This caused me to have to take the bracket back off the wall, tighten the nut and put it back up. Not a big deal, but I wanted to make everyone else aware that you might want to tighten it before putting up the first time.

    Overall, a very good experience. Have ready some anchor bolts for drywall, a powered screwdriver, and a socket wrench for tightening the back (1/2" socket I believe).

    PROS: Inexpensive
    Durable
    Easy to adjust
    Easy to install

    CONS: Components had to be tightened
    Stick out from the wall a little further than anticipated
    October 27, 2011
    Get these for heavy speakers.
    I got the Onkyo HT-S9100THX 7.1 and wanted to mount all the speakers. I got these mounts because I was worried the plastic wouldn’t hold the front and center speakers that are quite heavy, like 12 or 13 lbs or so. They don’t have any problem with them. I was a little worried that they would sag and eventually with the vibration let the speaker corner down where it would hit the wall. It holds it just right about an inch away and hasn’t moved in over a month.
    My one complaint with the mount is that there isn’t a better way of twisting the speakers. It is a big nut on the back and when you turn it to the left it will loosen it and the speaker will be all loose, so I had a hard time getting it tight and the angle I wanted, had to work each speaker around and back and forth a lot. Once I got it, all is good and they stay well. I installed this in a large 20x35 room and was happy that I could mount the front and center ones on the wall and the side and back I mounted on the ceiling, so the mounts worked great either way. The center speaker, I used two mounts on the ends. I was able to adjust them to point it down and get the speaker level.
    These mounts are the only way to go, especially if you have heavy speakers. Had to wait like a month for mono to get them in stock, but it was worth the wait.


    PROS: Sturdy, Hold heavy speakers well

    CONS: Twisting setup could be better. Were out of stock
    October 28, 2010
    Holds at least 30 lbs just fine.
    Good thing I did not read the reviews before hand.



    I used these mounts to attach my Pioneer CSG30 to the ceiling. Each speaker weighs 30 lbs.



    I screwed the mounts directly into the joists, probably what the other reviewers are missing.

    These are the same people who need instructions to tell them that drywall cannot support 30 lbs -)



    I angled my speakers slightly downwards and they are holding the position.



    Picture: http://imgur.com/a/KeBFO

    PROS: Works as advertised. Holding 30 lbs speakers just fine.

    CONS: Do not rely on wire safety cords
    October 8, 2013
    Brackets are OK
    Good overall bracket.

    PROS: Sturdy, hold my B&W speakers in place, configurable angle

    CONS: The wire and the hook, which are there for additional security(?) are pointless. The carbine is not strong enough to hold even a much lighter speaker.
    August 23, 2010
    DO NOT BUY for Speakers with Any Weight
    Don't believe what the monoprice people tell you about "faulty" brackets. None of these hold speakers with any weight at all. Heck, it couldn't even hold half the max weight.
    I went through 4 different brackets and every one of them performed the same way.
    Now I have multiple holes in my brand new home theatre walls, and countless holes in the speakers. I'm going to have to buy a brand new pair of speakers because the ones I used to test these brackets is destroyed. So I'm out several hundred $$$ for an $8 pair of brackets.

    RUN, Don't walk AWAY!


    PROS: They were inexpensive and supposed to hold 33lbs a piece

    CONS: I have 16 lb Polk Monitor 40's, which weigh 16lbs a piece. These brackets bend like crazy! It doesn't matter what way you mount them - whether the bracket on the speaker is parallel with the speaker height, perpendicular, etc... it always bends. The metal is cheap and bends at that bracket, as well as where the other metal shaft comes out of the bracket that goes on the wall. Great idea in theory but made with wayy to cheap of materials.
    June 1, 2011
    Quality seems pretty good
    Not much to say here. It would be nice if they were a hair longer for mounting larger speakers. Otherwise great value. I have paid more for less, that is for sure!

    PROS: Cheap, small, sturdy.

    CONS: Short
    January 19, 2011
    Stronger than it looks! Metal not Cheap plastic
    I have them hanging some older Boston Accoustics CS 11+ pound speakers 15 ft high for surround Sound. They look cool, but you can hardly see the bracket behind speaker.
    Had to make my own holes for speaker screw adjustment since they did not match. Just use a good drill bit. Love them!


    PROS: Strong brackets !
    I could not find anything this solid in stores. It all is cheap overpriced plastic mounts.
    This one is METAL! And can use good bolts for mounting to wall
    Adapter Cable seems light, but all metal cable is stronger than it looks.
    Simple design !! (Rated for 33lbs)
    Easy to change direction of angle, but make sure you check angle before mounting.


    CONS: Check your angle if needed for speaker direction.
    December 2, 2011
    Great little brackets
    I read about people worrying that these mounts were cheap and not strong enough for the cans they wanted to hang. I found them to be solid, strong and easy to set up. My speakers are old Roland MA-12s which only weigh maybe 8 pounds each, so there's no stress at all.

    PROS: Simple, straightforward design. Quality build.

    CONS: Only adjustable vertically, unless you mount them horizontally.
    November 23, 2011
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