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Sanus WMS5

Five-pack of wall/ceiling speaker brackets (Black)

Item # 051WMS5B

Item # 051WMS5B

In stock
$74.99 each

About the Sanus WMS5

Mount your satellite speakers on the wall or ceiling with this five-pack of Sanus brackets. They're a perfect solution for pre-packaged home theater systems with compact speakers. They feature three locking, ridged joints that allow you to precisely aim your speakers, while maximizing strength and stability. These brackets are also weather-resistant, making them perfect for both indoor and outdoor applications.

Product highlights:

  • 5 matching wall/ceiling brackets
  • for speakers up to 8 lbs.
  • durable nylon construction
  • decorative nylon caps hide adjustment mechanisms
  • weather-resistant for indoor or outdoor use
  • single- and double-hole adapters accommodate most types of satellite speakers
  • includes extension for ceiling-mounting
  • 1-1/4"W x 3-1/4"H x 4-3/8"D
  • warranty: 5 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # WMS5B

What's in the box:

  • 5 Arm assemblies (each with an attached wall plate / single-hole adapter / cover-plates)
  • 5 Two-hole adapters
  • 5 Extensions
  • Ten 1/4"-20 x 1/2" bolts
  • Five 1/4"-20 x 7/8" bolts
  • Five 1/4"-20 x 1-1/2" bolts
  • Five M5 x 25mm bolts
  • Five 8-32 x 5/8" bolts
  • Five M4 x 8mm screws
  • Ten #10 x 1-3/4" wood-screws
  • 5 Key-hole adapter inserts
  • 5 Plastic rings
  • 10 Wall-anchors
  • Hex-key
  • Installation Instructions

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Compatibility: The Sanus WMS5 brackets fits many satellite and small bookshelf loudspeakers that weigh up to 8 lbs. Each mount includes single- and double-hole adapters bracket for speakers with single and dual threaded inserts, along with 4mm, 5mm, 1/4"-20, and #8-32, hardware to attach the brackets to your speakers. In addition, keyhole adapter inserts are provide to work with speakers that don't have threaded inserts, but do have keyhole slots on the back.

Nylon Weather Resistant Construction: The Sanus WMS5 utilizes durable nylon construction and is weather resistant for indoor or outdoor use.

Universal Design For Wall and Ceiling Mount: The Sanus WMS5's universal design easily configures for use in both wall and ceiling installations. Extensions for ceiling mounting are included. Self-tapping screws are included for mounting to wood studs walls and ceiling joists. Anchors are included for concrete or concrete block walls and ceilings.

  • Wall-Mount Dimensions (without extension): 1.25" (w) x 3.2125" (h) x 4.3125" (d)
  • Ceiling-Mount Dimensions (with extension): 1.25" (w) x 6.0" (h) x 3.3125" (d) 

Tilt and Swivel Design: The Sanus WMS5's durable nylon construction features three special locking knurled pivot points that allow perfect speaker positioning while maximizing strength and stability. These pivoting points allow you to swivel the speaker 360° (180° left or right) and tilt the speaker 120° (60° up or down); depending on if you have the speaker wall or ceiling mounted. The Sanus WMS5's unique ridged joints and knurled fittings lock securely into place to prevent slippage.

Decorative Covers: The Sanus WMS5 includes decorative covers to conceal assembly, adjustment mechanisms, and mounting hardware for a finished appearance.

Tools Required:

  • Stud finder
  • Phillips-head screwdriver
  • Electric drill
  • 1/8" Drill-bit for wood stud installation
  • 1/4" Masonry-bit for concrete or concrete block installation

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5 questions already asked

Q
are these compatible with Klipsch Reference theatre pack (5 speakers)? The center speaker has 2 keyhole receivers
[ JSteed  Nov 30, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
I used the mounts with that set of speakers. I mounted the center speaker up and down with the label sideways using one of the keyholes which works for me but others may not find optimal. They are sturdy enough you might be able to mount the center sideways with the keyhole offset. HTH.
[ David  Nov 30, 2020 ]
Q
I have Yamaha NS-AW390 outdoor speaker, are these compatible?
[ Corey  Aug 28, 2018 ]
2 answers
A
I'm positive you could mount those. The Sanus WMS5 come with a lot of different hardware to allow you mount just about anything
[ David  Aug 28, 2018 ]
A
Sorry but they are not compatible....they usually come with their own brackets....so if yours did not come with those I'm sure Yamaha would be glad to get those for you.....Thanks for asking.....
[ Gregory  Aug 28, 2018 ]
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i have a bose system with mini swivel speakers are they compatible?
[ Ed  Nov 26, 2016 ]
1 answer
A
Yes, I have the same ones for my bose speakers
[ MIKE  Nov 28, 2016 ]
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I've got a PolkAudio Blackstone TL1900 5.1 surround system I'm setting up. Would these mounts work for my front and rears?
[ Mike  Dec 28, 2013 ]
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A
These do look like they would be a good match for the TL1900 speakers, but I would recommend checking with a Advisor by phone or online chat to confirm.
[ Jeff  Dec 29, 2013 ]  Staff
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