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Metra Helios AS-SPKR-11

Adjustable-height speaker stands

Item # 120SPKR11

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Item # 120SPKR11

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About the Metra Helios AS-SPKR-11

This pair of solid steel speaker stands can be adjusted to your ideal ear level. Each can support a speaker weighing up to 9.9 lbs. They offer a solution for mounting small- to medium-sized rear surround speakers when wall mounting is not an option.

Product highlights:

  • adjustable-height floor stands for small- to medium-sized surround speakers
  • solid steel construction
  • each supports up to 9.9 lbs.
  • microphone stand-style clamp for adjusting height
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # AS-SPKR-11

What's in the box:

  • 2 Bases
  • 2 Upright posts
  • 2 Brackets
  • 2 Bracket covers
  • 2 Base-holders
  • Four M5x12mm screws
  • Four M5x18mm screws
  • Two M4x20mm screws
  • Four M5 washers
  • Four M4 washers
  • 2 Thumb-nuts
  • 2 Nuts
  • Assembly Instructions

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Features

Satellite Speaker Stands: The Helios Satellite Speaker Stands (AS-SPKR-11)are adjustable in height to bring speakers to ear level for optimal sound performance. They support speakers up to 9.9 lbs and have a solid steel base to ensure stability with cable management to keep wiring organized. The Helios AS-SPKR-11 stands are an ideal solution for small satellite and rear surround speakers. These speaker stands are sold in pairs.

Compatibility: The Helios AS-SPKR-11 supports small satellite loudspeakers (up to 9.9 lbs) that feature either a rear-panel M5 threaded insert or keyhole slot.

Solid Steel Construction: The Helios Satellite Speaker Stands (AS-SPKR-11) feature durable, solid steel construction with a heavy base.

Height Adjustable: The Helio satellite speaker stands are height adjustable from 28.5" to 43.0".

Cable Management: The Helios Satellite Speaker Stands (AS-SPKR-11) offer cable management to conceal your speaker wires. A hole at the bottom of the base and the hollow upright post allow you to hide your wires (up to 0.375" in diameter) from the floor to the mounted speaker.

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5 questions already asked

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Can I use this stands for Lg spk8-s speaker for the back speaker?
[ Thang  Aug 24, 2019 ]
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I looked at the specs for the LG's and they are smaller/lighter than the Mirage I'm using, so they should be fine. Not sure if you have right angle wall brackets? If you do, you should be able to mount them to the stands. Looks like a nice add on for the rear channel!
[ Vince  Aug 25, 2019 ]
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Will this work for Bose AV12 surround speakers?
[ Steven  Jun 20, 2019 ]
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No those will likely not work with the Bose satellite speakers. They use a proprietary Bose mounting size which only works with Bose stands and wall mounts. You might consider something like these Sanus stands that the speakers can rest flat upon https://bit.ly/2J3eEEj
[ Cosmo  Jul 01, 2019 ]  Staff
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I see there is a hole for a slightly larger screw, will it fit an M6 screw size speaker?
[ Rocklee  Jun 06, 2019 ]
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From what I can tell, the stands are compatible with M4 and M5 screw sizes. They do not come with M6 screws or washers, and are not listed as compatible with that screw size.
[ Calvin  Jun 20, 2019 ]  Staff
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What is the measurement from the mounting hole and the beginning of the curve on the support beam? My speakers are 11.5 inches high and I want to make sure they sit straight.
[ tyler  Jun 02, 2019 ]
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The distance from mounting hole to curve is approximately 3 inches. Be aware that these stands are smaller than they look in the picture - I would not recommend them for medium to large speakers.
[ Kevin  Jun 16, 2019 ]
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It's 5 inches, and the front to back offset is about 2 1/2". I guess it depends on where the bracket attaches to the speaker. Hope this helps!
[ Vince  Jun 15, 2019 ]
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I have no idea. I returned mine in pieces after the cheap plastic parts broke while assembling them. The one I was able to get put together without it breaking tipped over when i put my Polk T15 bookshelf on it. I highly recommend choosing another stand.
[ Joseph  Jun 14, 2019 ]
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what's the dimension of the base? It also looks like the base is arched........what is the height of the arch?
[ GREG  May 04, 2019 ]
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The diameter of the base is 7.4375" X 7.4375". We don't have the height of the base plate but I would estimate it to be less than 2".
[ Cosmo  May 13, 2019 ]  Staff
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