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Kanto SP26

26" speaker stands (White)

Item # 310SP26PLW

Item # 310SP26PLW

In stock
$129.99 pair

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About the Kanto SP26

These stands are designed to work perfectly with Kanto YU4 and Kanto YU6 speakers. They come with interchangeable 4" and 7" top plates that rotate so you can aim the attached speaker toward your listening position.

Product highlights:

  • stand height: 26"
  • heavy-duty steel pillars with cable management channel
  • rotating top plates let you aim speakers toward your listening position
  • interchangeable 4"-wide and 7"-wide top plates for use with different speaker models
  • mounting holes and screws for securing speakers to stands
  • interchangeable spiked and rubber dome feet
  • warranty: 2 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # SP26PLW

What's in the box:

  • 2 Upright posts
  • 2 Bases
  • 2 Base cover-plates
  • 2 Square top-plates
  • 2 Rectangular top-plates
  • 8 Rubber feet
  • 8 Spiked feet
  • 2 Short hex-head screws
  • 2 Medium hex-head screws
  • 4 Long hex-head screws (pre-installed in upright posts)
  • 2 Hex-keys
  • User Manual
  • "Thank You" note

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Features & specs

Number of Stands Included 2
Compatibility Kanto
Height 26.5625
Weight Capacity 25
Base Dimensions 8.875 x 10.5625
Top Plate Dimensions 4.375 x 7.125
Materials Steel
Adjustable No
Wire Management Yes

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Features

Speaker Floorstands: The SPL26PL speaker floorstands were designed to work perfectly with Kanto's YU4 and YU6 powered speakers; use the screw hole on the base of each speaker and the included 1/4"-20 screws to securely fasten them to the stands. The SPL26PL speaker stands will also work with Kanto's YU2 powered speakers and other brands of speakers that are similar size and weight of Kanto YU series speakers. The stands allow you to place your compatible speakers at ear-level for optimal listening enjoyment.

Heavy-Duty Steel Construction: The Kanto speaker floorstands feature heavy-duty steel construction with an extra heavy-duty base that is designed to reduce undesirable vibration. The heavy-duty base measures 8.875" (w) x 10.5625" (d). Each stand weighs approximately 15 lbs. The speaker floorstands are available in a black or white finish to better match your speakers and room decor.

Adjustable Top-Plates: Two top plate sizes are provided to mount the Kanto YU2, YU4, or YU6 powered speakers; or other compatible speaker brand. The top-plates allow you to rotate your speakers to the left or right 15 degrees to ensure every sound reaches your ears. The top-plates can be positioned at -15 degrees, 0 degrees, or +15 degrees. The adjustment must be done prior to mounting the top-plates to the upright posts.

  • Rectangular Top-Plate Dimensions: 4.375" (w) x 7.125" (d)
  • Square Top-Plate Dimensions: 7.0625" (w) x 7.0625" (d)

Wire & Cable Management: The Kanto SPL26PL speaker floorstands feature hollow upright posts that allow you to easily route your power cable and speaker wire, ensuring they remain concealed. The power cable and/or speaker wire should be no larger than 1" in diameter.

Rubber or Spiked Feet: Interchangeable spiked and rubber dome feet ensure your speakers remain securely in place on carpet, tile, hardwood, vinyl, or laminate flooring. The spiked feet should be utilized on carpet flooring for greater stability. The rubber dome feet should be used on hardwood, tile, vinyl, and laminate flooring to prevent damage to your floors.

  • Height with Rubber Feet: 26.0625"
  • Height with Spike Feet: 26.5625"

Note: The speaker stands should not be used without the rubber or spiked feet installed.

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12 questions already asked

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Will these stands work with Polk tsi100s? They are more than 10" deep...
[ blandit  Feb 20, 2021 ]
1 answer
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I use them to support my KEF Q150 which are 10.75 inches deep and they are perfect for them. The bar is 7 inches deep so it supports about 70% of the size of the speaker. A note to consider is the weight of your speaker and if the speaker can be screwed in. My KEFs have most of the weight balanced towards the front so my speakers are basically standing on the front not centered on the base. Also if you speakers can be screwed in, the base has that option in the center so you can lock your speakers to the base. I could not do that as my KEFs do not have that option at the bottom. I hope this information helps you.
[ MARCO  Feb 21, 2021 ]
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Would the Elac Uni-fi 2.0 UB52 fit on these stands?
[ Matthew  Dec 24, 2020 ]
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I would call or chat with Crutchfield Tech Support on this question. There are 2 bases to fit different size speakers...
[ CORWIN M F  Dec 25, 2020 ]
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Measure your speakers and compare them to the specifications on the product that Crutchfield supplies for the product..There are two different sized platforms that come with the stands that you can use. How do you expect help when you do not supply the measurements of the speakers you have? Look at the questions and answers on the product. You are not the first person to ask if their speakers will fit he product. It's there.
[ Michael  Dec 24, 2020 ]
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Most small to medium size bookshelf speakers would fit on this stands. It comes with 2 different size top plates to accommodate this.
[ KHASHAYAR SHAWN  Dec 24, 2020 ]
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My Triangle BR03 sit on top of the stand platform and while the speakers are wider than the platform they never fall off. Of course someone could simply push them off because nothing holds the speakers in place. The stands are quite heavy (that's a good thing). It's a good purchase if you're looking for stands that are a very good value but are not specifically made for your speakers. I reviewed many speakers stands and none were perfect. I would have to spend so much more for the specific stands that are made for my speakers. The dimensions were close enough so I purchased the Kanto stands. The spikes for carpet work well.
[ Lee  Dec 24, 2020 ]
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Would these stands work with Denon Home 150 Wireless speakers? Asking specifically about the size of the speaker plates on the stands matching the Denons.
[ Tony  Aug 22, 2020 ]
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The top plate is quite large. The Denon 150 is alit smaller than the top plate. These stands are for larger heavier bookshelf speakers and are quite large overall. I personally would not use them for that particular speaker.
[ CLDJR  Aug 22, 2020 ]
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7" square with dimpled rubber top. Oddly, the plate attaches in the middle of the plate with a bolt that ends up higher than the plate (barely). Likely replaceable, but one of them stipped and one that works turns too easily so speakers turn. All can be compensated for. I have Larger B&W 607 on them. To get more precise fit would have been costly and otherwise well made. Ed
[ EDWARD  Aug 22, 2020 ]
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Will these work with the Kliptsch rp 600m?
[ MaxSting  Aug 03, 2020 ]
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Yes they will definitely work your Kilpsch RP 600M speakers. Use the the large base to place your speakers on. Just center the speakers on the stands and use either blue tac or a light tactile double sided tape to secure your speakers. Good luck and I hope I provide great info
[ BriRR  Aug 07, 2020 ]
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I have the SVS Ultras which are similar in size. Stands work wonderfully with them. Outstanding speaker stands. Very high quality. You may want to put some double sided tape between your speaker and stand to help hold them in place just in case someone bumps them.
[ Gaylord  Aug 03, 2020 ]
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Should work fine for these. I use them for a KEF speaker with similar size and weight with no problems.
[ John  Aug 03, 2020 ]
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My Triangle BR03 simply sit on the stand. The stand is sturdy and heavy. There is no attachment, so the speakers can potentially be knocked off. My speakers are wider and longer than stand plate that supports the speaker but not a problem. Again, your speaker will just sit on the stand.
[ Lee  Aug 03, 2020 ]
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Thanks gents. The 600m's are about 12" x 8". I think the large plate is 7x7. I've never had bookshelf nor stands and didn't know if the plate surface had to match in size to fit. Thanks
[ MaxSting  Aug 03, 2020 ]
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You need to measure your speakers and compare them to the stands specificstions on the Crutchfield site. The come with two different size plates. You use the size and that fits best. Your speaker can go over the edge a bit if you do not have to worry about tipping them over. Only the speakers that are actually destroyed gender for the stands attach to the base.
[ Michael  Aug 03, 2020 ]
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Yes, they should as they have couple of top plates which accommodate different size speaker but only Kanto speakers have holes at the bottom so they attach to the stands.
[ KHASHAYAR SHAWN  Aug 03, 2020 ]
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Will the Klipsch Reference R-51PM Powered Monitors fit these stands? Thanks!
[ Jason  Apr 07, 2020 ]
2 answers
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The stands come with two sizes of top plates. The small ones are about 4.35 inches by 7 inches. The larger square ones are about 7 inches by 7 inches. You can mount the smaller rectangle plates either way so the longer dimension goes the way you need it to; for instance if you want to place a speaker on it's side. These measurements are in the specifications of the product on Crutchfield's site. The size of your speakers are not given so you will have to measure your speakers and determine the fit yourself.
[ Michael  Apr 09, 2020 ]
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Shoould work fine, ...the stands are well made for the money. You should be able to route your power and signal cables through the stand, as well. I've owned mine for over a year and would definitely purchase them again.
[ John  Apr 07, 2020 ]
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What do the stands weigh?
[ Keith  Nov 30, 2019 ]
1 answer
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Hi Keith, thank you for your question. Each of the Kanto SP26 speaker stands, weighs approximately 15 pounds. Hope this helps!
[ Jess  Dec 11, 2019 ]  Staff
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Can these be filled with shot or sand?
[ Toast  Nov 07, 2019 ]
2 answers
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These stands can be filled with, but I did not because they are nice and heavy enough for my speakers.
[ FRED  Nov 21, 2019 ]
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Yes, you can add sand or shot to these.
[ John  Nov 21, 2019 ]
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Will these work with the KEF R3?
[ Nicolas  Jan 17, 2021 ]
1 answer
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I don't know. They worked fine with my Elac bookshelf speakers.
[ Rhonda  Jan 17, 2021 ]
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Is this compatible with the Focal Chora 806â??s? Thanks!
[ C  Dec 05, 2020 ]
1 answer
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Honestly, I have no idea, I just bought these because it looked like they'd work with my speakers. Unfortunately they were sent missing several pieces; customer service did confirm twice which parts I needed when I called them, but then only sent half of what was required. Good luck with your purchase, sorry I couldn't be more help, but maybe this will at least Inform your decision as to where you end up buying your set.
[ WILLIAM  Dec 11, 2020 ]
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For non-Kanto speakers, how do I secure speakers to the mount, in order to avoid the risk of the speakers being knocked over?
[ Ken  Jun 07, 2020 ]
4 answers
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Two top plate mounts are provided: The smaller have a hole for center mount speakers and work well for Kef LSX. I'm using the larger plates (no center hole) for Kef LS50W speakers, and have secured them with black nylon straps from Amazon: MAGARROW 78" x 1" Strap Buckle Packing Straps Adjustable 1-Inch Belt (Black (4-PCS). They have many types. True, not inconspicuous, but better than possible cat catastrophe. BTW, these are very nice stands: heavy and "high end" in appearance.
[ Susan  Jun 22, 2020 ]
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I have these stands with the Elac debut Reference speakers on top. I did not secure them. They are pretty solid with the speaker's weight of 18 lbs. if you really wanted to make them more secure you could drill a small hole in the base and attach with screw, I think. They are very secure in my situation as is. I got the white elac and they match the white stands very well.
[ samuel halsey  Jun 16, 2020 ]
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Put some industrial Velcro under the speaker and on top of the stand. You could take a stab at drilling the bottom of the speaker and screwing it but I decided not to do that
[ Frederick  Jun 16, 2020 ]
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I really don't have a solution for you, as I have had mine for a couple of years now and don't have a need to secure them. We have no children nor pets and they are in an area that is out of traffic in the room. I've herd that some people use Paper Tak or industrial Strength Velcro, but I can't comment as to how well it works.
[ John  Jun 16, 2020 ]
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Can I use these stands for KEF Q150?
[ Raymond  Feb 14, 2020 ]
2 answers
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You can but I doubt they will bolt to the stand unless they are threaded on the bottom. My ELAC debut 2.0 speakers rest on the stands without a problem but I can't bolt then down
[ Frederick  Feb 14, 2020 ]
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I am currently using these stands to support a pair of Q series loudspeakers and they perform as expected and also look great! I am sure you will be pleased with them.
[ John  Feb 14, 2020 ]
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Can you use these stands with Klipsch rp 160â??s?
[ Luis  Jan 06, 2020 ]
1 answer
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Yes, the stands should work just fine Klipsch rp 160â speakers.
[ John  Jan 06, 2020 ]
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