Mount your compact satellite or surround speakers in style with these Sanus stands. The HTB7 features a heavy-gauge steel pillar supported by a rounded steel base. You can adjust the height from 27" to 39", which lets you position the speakers at ear level for optimal performance. With three different mounting methods, you can use virtually any satellite or surround speaker, including back-bolt and bottom-bolt types.

Priced per pair

Product Highlights:

  • adjustable height (27" to 39")
  • chrome feet for added stability
  • includes 2" x 2" top plate, 3-5/8" x 1" dual bolt mount adapter, and "L" bracket
  • speaker cable management system conceals wire path
  • black satin powder-coated finish on steel tubular uprights
  • black rounded steel base
  • each stand supports a maximum of 4 lbs.
  • base dimensions: 9-3/16"W x 10-7/16"D
  • warranty: 5 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • simple assembly required

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HTB7 Reviews

Written By Doug, Wintergreen, VA on Monday, December 08, 2014

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Nice, unobtrusive stands for two forward speakers in my 7.1 surround system.

Pros: Small, sturdy, and easily assembled.

Cons: Somewhat difficult feeding the speaker wires through the small tubes.

Great Stands

Written By Anonymous, Michigan on Monday, December 08, 2014

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Great stands for the price. Height is adjustable which allows the rear surround sound speakers to sit perfectly behind my couch.

Pros: Solid construction

Cons: Speaker wire hole near the top of the mounts are a little small. My current speaker wire did not fit through the hole. Had to improvise a little.

Great stands

Written By LindaG, Waynesboro,va on Monday, August 25, 2014

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Great stands for the price. I already had 2 stands like this for my rear speakers, they have worked well for our surround sound system.

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Written By Control Freaks Hawaii, Kihei HI on Monday, August 25, 2014

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Great Product

Grand Stand

Written By Anonymous, Olympia, WA on Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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These stands look sharp with my Polk Audio speakers. Would recommend them.

Pros: Solid metal construction.

Cons: The felt pads on the bottom seem to take some time to adhere to the base.

Great speaker stands

Written By p, Springfield IL on Tuesday, April 01, 2014

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Quality stands for the price. My Energy 5 speakers fit well. I had to mount them a tad different from instructions as the keyhole stud was to large. But there was enough hardware included so I was able to devise my own mount!

Pros: Good Quality. Good Price

Cons: None


Written By Nick, New Jersey on Friday, February 28, 2014

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Mounted right up to my Polk TL 250 speakers like they were made by Polk. No issues.

Will not fit Vizio S4251W-B4 Satellite Speakers

Written By JA, Cave Creek, AZ on Monday, February 24, 2014

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Purchased these universal speaker stands after speaking with a product specialist via online chat. Sent him the link to my Vizio speakers and he confirmed that the speakers would fit (based on the fact that the speakers are keyhole style). Tried setting up the stands and they do not fit at all. Returned in exchange for Sanus EFSAT-B1. Made that work with modifications. See my review on the page of the other product for details.

Pros: Nice stands that I am sure work great with speakers that fit.

Cons: Did not fit my satellite speakers or wires.

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Written By Looks good in the room, Birmingham, AL on Thursday, October 24, 2013

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Good price & look good

Cons: NONE

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Written By Anonymous, Navarre, FL on Wednesday, September 04, 2013

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Very easy to setup minus the stickers that are used as "feet." This took more time than i felt it should have, but that might be my lack of nails.

Quality Stands

Written By RonA, Philadelphia, PA on Monday, August 12, 2013

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Quality Product. Does exactly what I needed.

Pros: Easy Set Up

Cons: Non

Good, not Great

Written By James R., Charlottesville, VA on Thursday, August 08, 2013

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The HTB7 is a decent speaker stand, and bears the weight of my little 2.5-pound Polks admirably.

Setting them up was the biggest difficulty. I'd already run wire from my receiver to the satellite speaker, and trying to thread it up the stand from the bottom was a poor decision. Even so, the opening is very narrow, and I struggled to get the 16-gauge wires through. Secondly, though various "Universal" mounting plates and screws are included, I still had to pick up some spare nuts and bolts to secure my speakers to the stands. While far from an expensive solution, it would have been nice to avoid an extra trip to the hardware store.

However, once set up, they've performed as one might expect.

Pros: - Once set up, performs its task as it should

Cons: - Difficult to thread speaker wire. - Rubber feet on the base don't adhere well and frequently slid off. - Additional hardware may be required to attach some speakers.

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Written By Anonymous, Greenfield, WI on Sunday, August 04, 2013

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Very nice product. Looks great and surprisingly stable. Would have given it a 5+ but had to drill expansion holes to fit the screw through the mounting plate.

Pros: Looks great, very stable, numerous mounting options

Cons: Speaker mounting screw did not fit through mounting plate

Best In Their Class

Written By Gary, N.W. IN on Saturday, July 27, 2013

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Very nice stands for their price point. Other reviewers have commented on the finish being somewhat scratch-prone; my experience likewise. These stands WILL NOT handle more than 14AWG speaker wire. I found the best way to run wire is through the top section opening first, down into the second section, and through the base.

Pros: Attractive and sturdy. Multi-point mounts that can handle virtually any satellite speaker. Indentation in the base that allows speaker wire through so the stands sit level on non-carpeted floors.

Cons: Finish prone to scratching and marring. If you're using keyhole mounting with any of the Polk Audio TL-series satellites, none but the smallest banana plugs will work.

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Written By Anonymous, Charlottesville, VA on Sunday, July 07, 2013

Stands are functional, with a heavy base that nicely offsets smaller speakers. Check the mount point on your speakers, as my Take Classics barely fit. Lost star for boring looks.

great stands outstanding

Written By mark w, irmo s.c. on Friday, July 05, 2013

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great stands great price .crutchfield is the best

Pros: adjustable height,color,easy universal mounting

Cons: none

Nice little stands

Written By Goober, Mpls, Mn on Monday, June 03, 2013

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Nice stands for the price.

Pros: set-up

Cons: Limited to 16ga speaker wire

Satellite speaker stands

Written By Bob, Plymouth, MI on Monday, June 03, 2013

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I purchased two pair of these HTB7 speaker stands for my Polk surround sound speakers and am very satisfied with the product. I was concerned about the stability, not being top heavy with speakers installed, but the heavy base gives them good stability, even on thick carpet. I used Rocketfish 16 ga. wire, which barely fit through the small hole at the top, so this would be the maximum size wire you can use. All in all, a very nice stand at an affordable price that I would recommend to anyone.

Sturdy and Simple to setup

Written By Peter, Rochester, NY on Sunday, March 03, 2013

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Easy setup and works great with my Boston Acoustic satellites. Very durable and the adjustable height is clutch! Looks perfect in the living room and slim enough to not even notice.

Pros: Easy setup Durable

Nice stands for 16 gage and smaller wire

Written By LG, Ann Arbor, MI on Thursday, February 28, 2013

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Sturdy stands with nice modern look

Pros: sturdy(heavy base), 16 gage wire fits but is tight

Cons: Biggest wire size that will fit is 16 gage

Sanus Home Theater Foundations® HTB7 Good Price and Free Delivery Waoo

Written By Carlos, Puerto Rico on Sunday, December 23, 2012

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Excellent Product, timely delivery and free on Christmas. Used for my Energy to Classic speaker set. Perfectly mount....Thank You, Crutchfield...

Pros: Perfectly mount for my Energy To Classic Speaker....

Great stand for small speakers

Written By wallace GT, Colorado on Thursday, December 13, 2012

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I purchased a Yamaha YHT-597 HTIB, and these stands work well. However, there are are a few things you should know. This stand offers multiple mount options for the speakers, which should fit just about any speaker you have. I had to widen the mounting notch slightly on each speaker itself for the mounting screw to slide in easily, otherwise it was too tight. Not the stand's fault, though. The other thing which others have mentioned in their reviews is the tight, narrow tube for threading heavier gauge speaker wire through. I used Monster XP clear jacket compact speaker wire. It slid just fine though the stand tube, but I had to get creative to get the wire out at the top to hook up to the speaker. Thinner gauges wires will be easier. Also, on one of my four stands, there was a small chunk of metal left attached at the wire opening that I had to remove with some needle nose pliers before the wire would feed through correctly. Other than that, the fit and finish of all items is great. The adjustable height of each stand allows for easy customization. Just read the specs to know the weight limit that each stand holds, and the max height at which it can go. Now that they're all set up, they look great in my living room. I get lots of compliments from my buddies on the setup. I'd recommend them to my friends, with the little bits of advice I just gave you. And beside the stand, the Crutchfield shipping was fast, and the stands were well packed.

Pros: Adjustable height, weighted base, universal speaker mounts

Cons: Narrow opening for heavier gauge speaker wire


Written By tony, Waltham, MA on Sunday, June 03, 2012

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I've been impressed with Crutchfield service, but I was wrong. I received the speaker stands with some scratches on the tube, looks like it's a used product. Other than that, the stands are perfect fit to my living room.

Meet expectation

Written By Anonymous, Hendersonville, nc on Monday, May 07, 2012

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Strong and sturdy stands. Worth the money.

Pros: Solid bases, easy to assemble.

Cons: Hole for wires is little small.

Not good for thicker wire

Written By shawn, san diego, ca on Friday, April 13, 2012

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I hadn't thought about drilling a hole bigger to try to get the wires through, as another reviewer pointed out. However, I am not convinced that the 12 gauge wire would have made it through the upper portion. Honestly, I do not understand what the designer was thinking. Many people have to run a lot of wire for surround sound. Longer runs require thicker cable and it seems impossible to get 12 gauge wire through these. You might be able to get 14gauge through them but it'd probably be a hassle.

Pros: They are simple to setup and slim so they don't take up a lot of space in the room

Cons: can't get good wire through them

good stands

Written By westpen, westwood, ma on Sunday, April 01, 2012

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Stands look nice in the living room. Base seems weighted sufficiently for stability. I would recommend to others. Ordering/shipping process with Crutchfield easy as usual.

Pros: nice look. reasonable price.

Cons: hard to get wire through. I used a coat hanger to pull the wire through. Took a while to make sure I did not scratch the exterior of the stands. Mechanics wire would work better as the coat hanger had some flexibility limitations.

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Written By Anonymous, Oklahoma City, Ok on Monday, February 13, 2012

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Great service---product was exactly as described and easy to assemble.

Pros: Great for the price range

Cons: Hard to get wire through the hole for a clean look

Decent stands.

Written By Hodge81, Lexington, SC on Monday, February 06, 2012

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Seem to be pretty well. Had to take apart to run my 14-gauge wire through it. I found it easier to push the wire in through the top hole instead of from the bottom. Holds my Energy RC-Micro satellites quite well.

Pros: Look good. Solidly built.

Cons: Was not really crazy about the plastic used to join the two pieces of the post. Seems to hold for now though.

How to fish the wire through

Written By JimC, St. Louis on Sunday, January 29, 2012

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Nice attractive speaker stand - wife loves the way they look. I don't have much to add to the other reviews except that I also found it difficult to feed Monster wire through them. I solved the problem by splitting the wire down a few inches and cutting one lead about an inch shorter than the other. I was then able feed the wire through the bottom and fish the leads through the small hole at the top of the stand, one at a time, using a very thin nose pliers.

I hope this saves someone a lot of time and frustration.

Great stand for the price!

Written By UFgolfer, North Palm Beach, FL on Thursday, December 15, 2011

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I highly recommend this stand for anyone looking to place speakers in a small room. It has a great price and -- most importantly -- passed the wife test!

Pros: This was exactly what I was looking for in a small speaker stand. A Crutchfield customer service representative recommended this stand to go with my newly purchased Polk Blackstone TL3 speakers. I am pleasantly surprised with this product. Thanks Crutchfield!

Cons: Keeping the price in mind, it is difficult to find a fault with this stand. My only concern is the plastic connector used to secure the post extension. It tightens okay now, but I'm not sure how it will perform over time. Also, in reading other posts about these stands, I was prepared to have trouble threading Monster XP cable through the small post eye on the stand, however this turned out not to be an issue.

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Written By movie lover, spring valley,ny on Sunday, June 26, 2011

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i love those speaker stands they work with my speakers great and they look great also with my speakers too.i will buy more of them soon,n the price is little high to my taste.

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Written By speaknow, NC on Sunday, June 19, 2011

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Speaker stands are good for our rear surround sound Definitive speakers (4 lbs. each). Only complaints ~ would like height adjust threaded connector to be metal ~ it is PLASTIC. Hope it holds up over time. Also was missing a duplicate sized screw for bottom mounting speaker to bracket but was able to use another (though they are different lengths).


Written By RW, Cape Cod, MA on Wednesday, April 20, 2011

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The stands worked for my needs with one BIG problem. No decent speaker wire will fit through the tube (without some major effort). Had to drill out the top hole about three times it's original size. Not what I wanted to do to brand new speaker stands! Had to make the choice between dealing with sending them back or risk screwing them up by drilling the out.
If I had a box set of speakers with thin wires, these would be ideal. They are small and look good.

Great product

Written By dbs, NE PA on Tuesday, March 15, 2011

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This is exactly what I was looking for! Great for my small room and sound system. The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars was because of the time it took me to "fish" the wire through the stands.

Careful if Buying for Energy Micros

Written By LtColBuckRobley, Illinois on Thursday, March 03, 2011

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I bought these for the energy rc micro 5.1 satellite speaker system. I had lots of
problems getting the speakers to mount to these stands. I ended up going to my garage
and digging through some old screws and finally found some that these would mount
with. Nobody else had really mentioned that these wouldn't work with the energy's. I
later went to product description for the speakers and saw in the notes
under "the product research team" that they do in fact mention they won't work with the kit
supplied with the speakers You have to buy a "pinpoint" screw kit which is sold
separately. So the moral of the story is I should have investigated further before I
bought. I did eventually get them mounted and the stands themselves seem sturdy and
look pretty good. The price is more than fair. Hopefully this review will save anyone the
trouble if they're planning to buy them for the energy micros.

Solid, stable stands

Written By dunkle, Hagerstown, MD on Saturday, February 26, 2011

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I was impressed with these stands, especially for the price. The base is heavy and very stable while maintaining a reasonable footprint. There are many configurations options for various speaker combinations. The height is also adjustable. I am very sastified, especiially for the price.

no frills stand

Written By PFS, Wilton CT on Monday, February 14, 2011

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Basic stand, sturdy, good weight at the base to prevent tipping over. They are many
configurations to adapt to a varitty of speakers - as long as they are light weight. Neither
attractive or ugly - the fact that they can be configured in many ways is the real plus.

why such small wire routings

Written By D Dubs on the Mike, My Living Room on Friday, February 04, 2011

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These are perfectly nice except that when I bought my home speaker system, I was strongly
encouraged to get the thicker speaker wire (I think it was 18 as opposed to 16 g, but don't
remember for sure). So I got it even though it cost a bundle. Then I get the speaker stands
and find that the internal routing for the wire (i.e., up the rod) won't accommodate the larger
wire. So I took a hit on the cost of the larger wire, and had to buy the thinner cable which is
supposedly an inferior product.

Great Stand

Written By Ant, Salem, NH on Tuesday, January 25, 2011

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Perfect speaker stands for the Energy RC-Micro speakers I got from Crutchfield.
Good quality and small foot print. Little difficult to run 16 guage wire through
the bend in the pole but just take your time and will work fine.

Best stands for the money

Written By Tony, Virginia Beach, VA on Thursday, September 30, 2010

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These stands are great. Just enough height to have the speakers above the couch. I
would recommend them if you are looking for stands under $100. The only other stands
that come close to them are the BOSE stands themselves.

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Written By Mark S., Cleveland, OH on Monday, September 27, 2010

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The stands do the job. Fishing wire through the tubes is a bit of a challenge, if you're
using 12 gage wire you'll find it difficult but doable.

Placement problem solved

Written By L, Atlanta, GA on Wednesday, January 28, 2009

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These stands were the perfect compliment to the Onkyo HTS4100 home theatre system I purchased at the same time.

Excellent Stands

Written By Colin, Florence, Oregon on Friday, January 23, 2009

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Very nice stands. Easily adaptable to any speaker. I used computer speakers primarily because the amplifier is built in and I could transmit low level signals to them, eliminatinmg the need for wires. A real plus is being able to direct bass to the rear speakers, greatly enhancing the audio experience. For some reason, the left and right speakers have different configurations on the bottom, requiring a tiny bit of ingenuity to mount them to the stands.

Good Stands but Be Careful

Written By Grant, Wa State Coast on Wednesday, December 10, 2008

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These stands solved my "placement problem". I have an oddly shaped room, and these work well with their adjustability, and being able to place the speakers where I need to. I also suggest as another reviewer did that you be careful when tightening them down. I don't know why they used plastic on the "tightening part", but they did. Just be very careful not to overtighten. Otherwise they're good stands. I was concerned that since I have shag (I know!) carpet that they might not be stable enough, but as long as you don't run into them they're stable enough. I have one pair and have ordered another...hope this helps in your search...

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Written By Anonymous, Richard in Nasville,tn on Saturday, November 08, 2008

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I love them.Easy to set up.Great value.

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Written By Drew, Blaine WA on Sunday, July 06, 2008

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The speaker stands went together very easy, and look good. My only complaint would be, they need to be a few inches taller. They are lower than the back of my couch. I had to put them to the side, I would have preferred the back. But otherwise an exceptional value for the price.

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Written By mike, east haven, ct. on Friday, July 04, 2008

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very well made, especially for this price range, and as usual,
terrific Crutchfield service-received in 48 hours!

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Written By Kenneth, Sycamore, IL on Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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Setup was a breeze. Price is excellent. Shipping was prompt.

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Written By Jeff, LI, NY on Sunday, February 24, 2008

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The quality of the speaker stands looked pretty good until I I had to adjust the height. I was disappointed in the quality of the cheap plastic adjustment collar. For just a few cents more they could have used metal or stronger plastic so it did not appear cheap. For the price they will get the job done, but I was disappointed.

Really Nice

Written By Big Mike, Boston on Tuesday, February 12, 2008

These are nice stands and support the speaker well. The reason I gave them 4 instead of five is that they don't seem to be intuitive to adjust the height.

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Written By jb, burlington, ia on Wednesday, January 23, 2008

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these speaker stand are well worth money. they are half the money for the bose stand. easy adaption to the am-10 speakers.

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What's in the box?

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  • 2 Steel bases
  • 2 Steel lower uprights
  • 2 Steel adjustable uprights
  • 2 Flat steel brackets
  • 2 Steel "L"-shaped brackets
  • 2 Steel dual-post adapter brackets
  • 2 Locking knobs
  • Two M5 x 15mm screws
  • Two 5mm x 12mm screws
  • Two 1/4-20" x 12mm screws
  • Four 1/4-20" bolts
  • 2 Dual-sided bracket pads
  • 20 Self-adhesive felt-pads
  • Assembly Instructions

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Overview: The Sanus Home Theater Series HTB7 is an adjustable-height stand for satellite speakers up to 4.0 lbs. Its heavy-gauge offset steel pillar features an integrated wire channel and is adjustable from 27" to 39" for optimum acoustics. A stable steel flush base provides superior stability on any surface. The Sanus HTB7 speaker stands include a top plate, L-shaped brackets, and a QuickMount adapter for speakers with keyhole-slots on the back.

Steel Construction: Heavy-gauge steel construction provides extreme rigidity and stability.

Adjustable Height: The speaker stand's adjustable height (27"-39") allows your satellite speakers to be placed at optimum listening level.

Note: For optimal surround sound experience, place front-satellite speaker stands at ear-level and at same height. Rear-surround speaker stands should be placed slightly above ear-level and behind listeners, facing horizontally.

Multiple Top-plates: The HTB7 includes multiple top plates and brackets to fit most satellite speakers.

  • Top Plate: Speakers can be placed directly on the included 2.0625"x2.0625" top plates. For speakers with no threaded inserts on the bottom, adhesive backed pads are provided to secure speakers to the top plates.
  • "L" Brackets: Speakers with a threaded insert on the back bolt to the "L" brackets with the provided hardware. 
  • Dual Post Adapter: The included dual post adapters allow you to bolt a speaker with dual threaded inserts to the speaker stands.
  • QuickMount Adapter: The supplied QuickMount adapters are designed to be used with the included "L" brackets for satellite speakers with keyhole-slots on back of their cabinets.

Heavy-weight Base: The Sanus HTB7 utilizes a heavy-weight base for superior stability on any surface.

Padded Feet: The Sanus HTB7 adjustable satellite speaker stands feature integrated steel feet and comes with self-adhesive felt foot-pads to protect your floors.

Note: The Sanus HTB7 does not include or support carpet spikes.

Wire Management: The Sanus satellite speaker stands utilize hollow uprights with a concealed wire path (0.3125" in diameter) to easily hide and organize your speaker wire.


Weight Capacity: supports most satellite speakers up to 4.0 lbs


  • Base: 9.1875" (wide) x 10.4375" (deep)
  • Platform: 2.0625" (wide) x 2.0625" (deep)
  • Adjustable Height: 27" to 39"
  • Tube Diameter:
    • Exterior: 0.6875"
    • Interior: 0.3125"

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