|Material: Metal||Finish: Grey silver|
|Powder Coated Fnish: Yes||Adjustable Height: Yes|
|Cable Management: Yes||Isolation Spikes: Yes|
|Limited Speaker Compatibility: Yes||Weight Capacity: 40 Pounds|
|Number of Items Included: 2||Sold as a Pair: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
All products are constructed with durable solid steel, designed for easy mobility and flexibility, and finished smoothly and beautifully. All units are equipped with long cord electric outlets and are readily assembled. VTI residential lines mainly include audio / video racks and speaker stands for home theatre use. All the audio racks are constructed with steel frame and tempered glass or MDF shelves. They come in 10 different color combinations at the same low prices.
VTI racks offer deeper and taller shelving space to accommodate the most-up-to date electronic equipment. Both the stackable and fixed racks give you the most beautiful display of your equipment matching with your furniture at home. VTI speaker stands, on the other hand, are all metal construction with cast iron base. This special feature not only offers flexible and beautiful design, but also stability and sturdiness. The rapid development of technology is changing our world. VTI, as a manufacturer, is also constantly updating their design and products to accommodate the changes.
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Mark from Ronkonkoma, NY– Verified Buyer
These speaker stands are well constructed, easy to assemble and have a sleek look. Because my speakers are large and I had to raise them pretty high, they're a little teetery. I used velcro to secure the speakers from sliding. Other than that, I'm very happy with my purchase.
Great Versatile Stands
Hector Apodaca from Rancho Cucamonga, CA– Verified Buyer
Stands served my purpose perfectly. I needed higher standing and strong stands to point out the window to my backyard, and back into my office, depending on my working location. Right now stands are holdng pair of Def Tech Studio Monitor 350's. Will hold 450's. Strong , simple , versatile, and swivel around to face speaker east, or west, etc.
yvon belair from verdun, QC– Verified Buyer
Very good quality, easy to assemble, very stable stand, very nice look
Damon Smith from Wakefield, RI– Verified Buyer
These stands are very nice. For the cost, I almost can't recommend stands that aren't adjustable like these are. The only negative comment I'll make about them is that the wire management hole on the top speaker plate is laughably small. If you use thicker than 18 gauge, forget about pulling the wire through.
Highway Guy from Bay Center, Washington
I used these stands to mount my surround speakers. They are easy to adjust and very well built.
Best purchase for my surround speakers
Sri from San Jose, CA
This thing is very sturdy, It holds my surrounds very well and it is tall which is nice. Setup is easy peasy. The only complaint is that it could look a little better. Looks kinda' cheap.
Exactly What the Doctor Ordered
Home Theater Enthusiast from Washington, DC– Verified Buyer
These stands were exactly as advertised. Sturdy, easily assembled, and requiring a small space.
Sturdy and Flexible
svfishman from Wenatchee, WA– Verified Buyer
I use the stands for rear surround speakers. They provide solid support for my Polk Monitor 30s, which weigh about eight pounds each. The carpet spikes work fairly well on medium pile carpet, although I've put a small corner of the stand base under the couch to keep a small child from tipping a speaker onto her head. I have the speakers at about 55" off the ground. The stands are very sturdy - they could handle speakers weighing much more than the Monitor 30s. Plus they look nice as well.
Nice and sturdy
Home Office Happy from Walnut Creek, CA
Loved the ability to adjust height, horizontal swivel, and floor leveling. Had a little problem placing the hardwood floor protectors under the carpet spikes. They were a bit slick, would have preferred a rubber pad. But all in all the stands are extremely sturdy, maybe erroring on being a bit too husky.
barry from eastern NC