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Sanus NF36 Speaker Stands

Natural Foundations Series IV — 36" (Black lacquer)

Item # 051NF36B

High-performance speakers deserve high-performance stands.

High-performance speakers deserve high-performance stands.

Discontinued item
7 questions - 26 answers

Item # 051NF36B

About the Sanus NF36 Speaker Stands

High-performance speakers deserve high-performance stands. From top to bottom, Sanus' latest wood speaker stands combine fine furniture looks with ultra-rigid construction for solid support and optimum sound quality.

High-performance speakers deserve high-performance stands. From top to bottom, Sanus' latest wood speaker stands combine fine furniture looks with ultra-rigid construction for solid support and optimum sound quality.

Each base and top plate is made of anti-resonant MDF and has a smooth low-luster black finish. Brass speaker studs and neoprene pads are included to isolate the speaker from the top plate. Plastic feet for the underside of the base plate protect wood or tile floors (adjustable carpet spikes also included). A patent-pending concealed speaker wire path on the rounded support pillar keeps cables out of sight. Assembly takes just minutes.

Priced per pair

Product highlights:

  • black lacquer finish
  • stand height: 36"
  • top plate measures 6" x 6"
  • base plate measures 10-1/2" x 11-3/4"
  • supports 25 lbs.
  • floor spikes to help minimize vibrations
  • warranty: 5 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # NF36B

What's in the box:

  • 2 Black base plates
  • 2 Black top plates
  • 2 Black pillars
  • Four 2.25" Base screws
  • 4 1.25" Top plate screws
  • 8 Nuts
  • 8 Spiked feet
  • Two 12" Plastic wire covers
  • Two 20.25" Plastic wire covers
  • 8 Brass speaker studs
  • 8 Self-adhesive neoprene speaker pads
  • 8 Plastic isolation feet (to cover spiked feet)
  • 8 Pan-head screws
  • Instruction Manual

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Features

Design: Each base is made of anti-resonant MDF finished with three coats of hand-sanded black lacquer. Adjustable floor spikes are included to provide stable footing on carpeted floors, and to further minimize resonance. A single sturdy black wood pillar supports the low-profile top plate, which features a choice of neoprene isolation pads or brass isolation studs. Plastic wire covers give your speaker stands a neater look by concealing the wires completely.

Spiked Feet: The spiked feet pierce the carpeting and anchor the stand to the floor, keeping the speaker stable and reducing resonance. With the spiked feet installed, the stand height is adjustable from 35.5" to 35.75". Note: If you do not wish to use the spiked feet, Sanus has included plastic isolation feet that will not scratch your floor.

Brass Studs: These upward facing brass studs hold the speaker stable and minimize resonance. They add approximately 0.20" to the overall height of the stand.

Neoprene Pads: The sharp points on the brass studs can scratch the bottom of the speaker. If this is of concern, you can use the supplied neoprene pads to stabilize the speaker.

Weight Capacity: Each speaker stand can support up to 25 lbs.

Top Plate Dimension: The top plate that the speaker sits on is 6" wide and 6" deep.

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The dimensions of my speakers are 8-13/16"W x 16-11/16"H x 12-7/8"D. The top plate seems like it would be too small for these. Would it be possible to buy a bigger plate? I don't really want to put Velcro on the bottom of My speakers
[ ryan  Jun 26, 2017 ]
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It's tough to say if the existing plate (6 x 6) is adequate. I have bookshelf speakers that measure 6.5 x 6.5 so mine fit perfectly. MIne are just sitting on there though on those sharp brass studs (they are spikes actually but not to be confused with the floor spikes) that also come with the stand. If I wanted to, I could easily knock them off the stands with my hand as they are not anchored down but only resting on the studs. Your speakers are likely heavier than mine and would resist being knocked off as the stud spikes might settle in a little deeper. You can have the spikes dig into neoprene pads that come with it also if you don't want the spikes digging into the speaker wood itself. Unless you have a lot of activity like kids throwing balls around or kids running around, I don't think the speakers will fall off. Mine have never come close to falling off. I think if you let the spikes (brass speaker studs) dig into the self adhesive neoprene pads that come with it, I think they will be OK.
[ Wade  Jun 27, 2017 ]
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There are stands with a bigger top plate. Consider checking other brands. I think velcro is inevitable if I you want to avoid an 'accident'.
[ ISMAEL  Jun 26, 2017 ]
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I had to use double face tape so I wouldn't knock speakers off on the floor. I dislike the stand
[ Gus  Jun 26, 2017 ]
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Does anyone know if these will hold a klipsch rp-160m bookshelf speaker?
[ ryan  Jun 18, 2017 ]
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Should work. The top plate looks small but I used some good two sided tape and it is working well.
[ Michael  Jun 21, 2017 ]
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Yes, they can hold 25 lbs. each.
[ Andy  Jun 20, 2017 ]
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I bought these for my klipsch r-14 bookshelfs and they fit on the platform nicely the speakers are just slightly bigger than the platform. Just compare the dimensions between the r-14 and do-160m to get an idea of how they'll fit
[ Adam  Jun 20, 2017 ]
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Will these stands work with the PSB Alpha B1's?
[ KELVIN G.  Jun 14, 2017 ]
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Not sure
[ darius  Jan 30, 2019 ]
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The Sanus NF36 wouldn't have any problems supporting the PSB Alpha B1 speakers. For more details or to discuss further, please feel free to contact an Advisor directly by phone (888.955.6000) or online chat. Hope that helps!
[ Larry  Jun 18, 2017 ]  Staff
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What is the height of the base on this stand? Can the rubber feet be removed so it can be tucked underneath a couch with low height clearance from the floor?
[ Brendan  Jul 25, 2016 ]
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Never attached the rubber feet, so you wont have o remove then (they are optional ). I just measured the base it is just under 1" at its peak. It is not quite 1" and just a tad higher than 7/8", i also tuck under couch.
[ Michael  Jul 25, 2016 ]
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Anyone use this 36" stand for definitive tech SM 65? They are 22lb, about 17" high and 7 7/8 wide and 16 " deep. I would love to use them on this stand but not sure if I can
[ t  Aug 05, 2015 ]
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I have 4 of these stands for 5.1 surround, but do not have def techs. I'm using KEF IQ-3, which are 14" tall, 13" deep and 9" wide. They weigh 14.8 lbs. The stands work fine with these speakers, however, if bumped hard enough, they would fall over. I have not had that happen, but it is a possibility.
[ ROBERT  Aug 08, 2015 ]
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I have used the NF36 before, it is a sturdy stand. In my opinion however the top plate is not large enough to support a speaker 16" deep without some minor modification. You would need to attach a second, larger top plate to the 6" x 6" that comes with the NF36. If you were to set a 16" deep speaker directly on the 6" x 6" plate the speaker would be poorly balanced and unstable.
[ DAVID  Aug 06, 2015 ]
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They should fit just fine. I have the klipsch rs-62s on them and that is a big speaker and they still fit.
[ ROBERT  Aug 06, 2015 ]
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I'm using the same stand that you might be buying. The speaker I ordered is a Samsung that I velcro onto stand to keep on stand.
[ Martha  Aug 06, 2015 ]
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I don't have those specific speakers but the ones I have mounted are about 12 lb @ 10"x7"x8" and to me I feel like anything heavier would be too much for the balance. Though I am sure these stands can support the weight, the wooden bases would probably tip pretty easily with such heavy speakers raising the center of gravity
[ Nathaniel  Aug 06, 2015 ]
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Will these speaker stands fit my Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-150M speakers?
[ Alice  Jun 25, 2020 ]
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The top platform is 6" square and has four small rubber triangles at each corner to help speakers from sliding.
[ Royce  Jun 25, 2020 ]
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I believe they will ,the top platform is 6 in. X 6in. I have synergy S 20s on mine.
[ James  Jun 25, 2020 ]
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Are the stands large enough to hold Boston A26 bookshelf speakers? Worried they may be a little small.
[ john  Jul 12, 2015 ]
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I have Klipsch RB-61's on mine that are about double the surface area of the top of the stands. The stands handle these without any issues, no vibration, or worries about them toppling off. Not familiar the A26's but these stands are great!
[ JOE D  Jul 18, 2015 ]
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I had a a set of speakers that were 10X9X19 and had no problems with the stands on carpet.
[ Darrell  Jul 14, 2015 ]
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I have Bose 301 and it large enough to hold them I also use none slip pads I got at home depot they come in 12 pack they are round and about 2inchs I used 4 on each speaker just in case they cost $2.00 a pack buy them
[ rick  Jul 13, 2015 ]
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No, I do not think the stands are large enough, although you could put a larger piece of wood on top to accommodate the larger footprint. And (IMHO) the speakers weigh too much, making the stand top heavy and prone to topple, unless braced somehow.
[ STEVE  Jul 13, 2015 ]
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I don't know how big Boston A26 speakers are. I use the stands for a pair of old JBL 4408 studio monitors. 8" woofer and tweeter in pretty heavy cabs, stands are in the corners of my living room so kids can't knock them over. Works great.
[ Robert  Jul 13, 2015 ]
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I'm using them with a pair of Monitor Audio BX2 bookshelf speakers. Almost the exact same dimensions as the Boston A26. They work just fine.
[ ROWLAND H  Jul 13, 2015 ]
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I have no idea since I know nothing about the speaker. The stand was great for the speaker we put on it (little Sony speaker). It was easy to assemble and looks really good. Sorry I can not help.
[ PETER  Jul 13, 2015 ]
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tough call. I'm using it for speakers that are about an inch narrower than the A26. I would do it myself, but the stand might be a bit too narrow here for some tastes. It is certainly safe; it won't fall off the stand.
[ steve  Jul 13, 2015 ]
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I'm using these stands with Polk speakers that are about one inch narrower, two inches deeper, and the same height and weight as the Boston A26s you cite. The stands look good and work fine with my speakers. I don't think you'll have a problem -Larry on Whidbey Island, Washington
[ LAWRENCE W  Jul 13, 2015 ]
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I don't know. But go to the Sanus website, download the technical information bulletin and all the dimensions are shown.
[ KIRK  Jul 12, 2015 ]
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