TechSol 2 Pack of Universal Silver Speaker Wall Mount Brackets
Ultra Affordable, Ultra UsefulThe TSS1 is one of Europe's best selling speaker bracket. Sold in over six countries, customers around the world give this product...... more
Ultra Affordable, Ultra UsefulThe TSS1 is one of Europe's best selling speaker bracket. Sold in over six countries, customers around the world give this product consistently outstanding positive feedback. This easy install product comes complete with an extensive install kit, including screws for the majority or speakers.How Do I Know This Will Fit My Speakers?To check to see if this will fit your speaker, please check to see the following: - On the back of the speaker there should be a single or double screw thread or possibly a keyhole fitting - Using the single thread or 1 of the double threads you can use a screw to connect the speaker mount to the back of the speaker - Or if the need to use a keyhole is present instead of the above fittings, you will have to make a lip for the keyhole to latch onto and tighten the nut from the speaker bracket side to ensure a tight fit - If any of these connections are present, then ensure each speaker is under 3.5kgs in weight - If there is no connection present, unfortunately your speaker is not compatibleNote: 98% of speakers are compatible. If it doesn't fit - you can simply send it back to us! This product can also be used for speakers with keyhole fittings, however the fixings for these speakers are not included.Discreetly Swivels & TiltsEach unit can tilt and swivel so that you can customise your speaker setup to your liking.Designed To Fit All Leading BrandsThe TSS1 is designed to work with systems designed by companies such as: Aiwa, Akai, Audiovox, Bose, Canton, Denon, Fisher, Harmon Kardon, JVC, Kenwood, KLH, Koss, Magnavox, NHT, Oriton, Panasonic, Phillips, Pioneer, Polk Audio, RCA, Rio, Samsung, Sony, TEAC, Yamaha and more.
Advantages: Great looks, clear sound, good price Disadvantages: Not very loud, short speaker cables
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Advantages: Simple but very very effective Disadvantages: None
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