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Sanus SF34

Speaker stands

Item # 051SF34B

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Item # 051SF34B

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$169.99 pair

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Product highlights:

  • 34" stands for speakers up to 25 lbs.
  • made from heavy-duty 10-gauge steel
  • twin steel pillars can be filled with sand or shot during assembly for added mass
  • includes carpet spikes and screw-in polyester feet for stability
  • built-in wire management channel conceals and protects your speaker cables
  • top plate dimensions: 6"W x 6-1/2"D
  • base dimensions: 11-3/4"W x 14-3/4"D
  • warranty: 5 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # SF34-B1

What's in the box:

  • 2 Bases
  • 2 Top-plates
  • 4 Upright posts
  • 2 Isolation blocks
  • Four 1.5" pan-head bolts
  • Eight 5/8" pan-head bolts
  • Two 5/8" speaker bolts
  • 4 Flat-head bolts
  • 16 Rubber isolation pads
  • 8 Plastic feet
  • 8 Spikes
  • 8 Speaker studs
  • 8 Hex-nuts
  • 4 Lock-washers
  • 4 Cork washers
  • 4 Wire guides
  • 2 Allen-keys
  • Instruction Manual

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Russ B.

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Compatibility: The Sanus Steel Series SF34 is a 34" stand for small-to-medium bookshelf speakers up to 25 lbs. The 6" (w) x 6.5" (d) top plate offers adjustable brass studs and neoprene pads for speaker alignment. Some speakers have a threaded insert in the bottom of the cabinet to accommodate bolt-mounting. These stands have a hole in the center of the top base and include a 5/8" bolt for securely attaching these bolt-mounted speakers to the stands.

Steel Construction: The Sanus Steel Series SF34 features heavy-duty 10-gauge steel construction. The extra-large steel base provides superior stability on practically any surface. The twin heavy-gauge steel pillars can be filled with sand or shot for added mass.

Resonance Damping Rings: The top plates and pillars are separated by self-adhesive cork resonance damping rings. These rings eliminate speaker resonance from passing through the stands causing distortion.

Wire Management: The steel pillars feature a concealed wire path to hide your speaker wire for a clean and neat installation.

Rubber Pads or Spikes: The stands feature plastic feet and have threaded inserts on the bottom that allow you to use the included isolation spikes or rubber feet. The isolation spikes are adjustable and designed for carpeted floors. The rubber pads are safe for hardwood, tile, laminate, and vinyl flooring. The spikes add 1" to the overall height of the speaker stands. The rubber pads add 0.25" to the overall height of the speaker stands.

Note: The isolation spikes are very sharp, and will scratch floors or furniture.

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
Five Star rating as well as good pro's!!! [ DAVID S  Mar 10, 2020 ]
Great ratings - metal frame, seems like it is the best bet to keep your expensive speakers from hitting the deck. Getting them for my Audioengine HD6s [ Grayson  Sep 24, 2019 ]
Looked like a good fit for my Martin Logan surrounds; I'll let you know if they truly are. [ Keith  Sep 18, 2019 ]
Place bookshelf speakers tweeter at slightly above ear level for surrounds. [ Steve  Jul 28, 2019 ]
solid stand at the right height [ Ming Fang  Jun 02, 2019 ]
Fantastic Stands Great for Surround purposes [ David  Dec 05, 2018 ]
Quality company, I own several Sanus steel & glass cabinets. They are built very solid. These stands are for rear surround speakers, B&W 606s. [ G  Oct 12, 2018 ]
Needed a sturdy support for my Klipsch 502 surrounds and at height that will provide better listening [ Kevin  Sep 14, 2018 ]
Perfect height and size stand for my Surround speakers. [ Jose  Sep 10, 2018 ]
Needed tall speaker stands for bookshelf speakers to go above the level of my couch. These were recommended by Crutchfield and are reasonably priced. [ JONATHAN  Aug 28, 2018 ]
Perfect fit my audioengine speakers [ Tony  Aug 19, 2018 ]
They were a direct match to my crutchfield search for PSB imagine B bookshelf speaker stands. Crutchfield is a very dependable source for finding correct parts and accessories for one's electronic needs. [ Kyle  Apr 07, 2018 ]

1 question already asked

Can these be filled with sand or lead shot?
[ Ryan  Feb 13, 2020 ]
3 answers
Please see my response to your other questio0ns
[ Marc  Mar 10, 2020 ]
Yes they can. They're pretty sturdy without anything in them, too.
[ Kevin  Mar 10, 2020 ]
According to the description of the stand on the Sanus website, these can be filled with either. However note that the feet are made of plastic and are offset from the base, so there is stress on them if you load the stand with more mass. See instruction manual on the Sanus website for more clarity.
[ MARK  Mar 10, 2020 ]

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