Adjustable wall-mount brackets for Imagine Mini speakers
Our take on the PSB PWB-1 by Crutchfield's Marshall Chase
Compact and discreet, the PWB-1 speaker brackets fit the PSB Imagine Mini compact bookshelf speakers perfectly. Threads in the base of the Imagine Mini let you mount them securely with included hardware. These fully adjustable wall brackets let you place the speakers in the tightest spaces with ease and adjust their positions to dial-in great sound. Use the included Allen (hex) key to adjust the unique worm gear mechanism for a sturdy, non-drooping tilt.
Screws are included to attach brackets to the speakers' threaded inserts. Hardware to attach brackets to wall is NOT included.
- pair of brackets compatible with the PSB Imagine Mini
- easily screws into the base threads of Imagine Mini speakers
- 60° tilt range and 100° swivel range
- worm gear mechanism ensures non-droop installation
- wire concealing design
- speaker mounts 2-3/8" from the wall
- 4-3/16"W x 6-15/16"H x 9-1/2"D (each)
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- Screws are included to attach brackets to the speakers' threaded inserts. Hardware to attach brackets to wall is NOT included.
What's in the Box:
- 2 Black wall-mount brackets
- Four M6 screws
- 2 Allen-keys
High quality speaker brackets. Easy to install.
Mark, Arlington, MA
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Compatibility: The PSB PWB-1 wall-mount bracket is designed specifically for PSB's Imagine mini bookshelf loudspeaker.
Note: The PSB PWB-1 wall-mount bracket is sold in pairs.
Sturdy Construction: The PSB PWB-1 wall-mount bracket is constructed of die-cast alloy, nylon, steel, and ABS. The wall-mount bracket features a matte black finish.
Mounting Speaker: The PSB PWB-1 wall-mount bracket mounts to the PSB Imagine mini bookshelf loudspeaker's two bottom-mounted 6mm threaded inserts, using the supplied M6 screws. The speaker bracket measures 4.1875" wide x 6.9375" deep.
Wall-Mounting: The PSB PWB-1 wall-mount bracket attaches to your home's wall with four screws (not supplied). Make sure you find a wood stud or use drywall anchors to support the weight of the bracket and speaker. The wall-mount plate measures 3" wide x 7.5625" tall, and sits your speaker 2.375" from the wall.
Vertical & Horizontal Adjustment: The PSB PWB-1 wall-mount bracket allows you to swivel the mounted Imagine mini bookshelf speaker left or right (+/-50°). A unique worm-gear mechanism allows you to tilt the speaker upward (15°) or downward (45°), using the included Allen-key.
Wire Concealing Design: The PSB PWB-1 wall-mount bracket features an opening at the wall which allows your in-wall speaker wire to feed through the bracket to help conceal the speaker connection. The opening is 1" in diameter.
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Why did you buy this?
This product was well rated and I know psb has a stand up business ethic to produce excellent products, regardless of what it is. Psb just makes excellent products. [ Kyle Mar 29, 2018 ]
Need wall mounts for PSB imagine mini [ Vlad Dec 10, 2016 ]
4 questions already asked
They are not made to work. The screw holes on the speakers are not in the right places to work with the mounts. Also, at this time we don't have any wall-mounts for the speakers in that system. My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=101 [ Paul Nov 12, 2017 ] Staff
I believe that it would. That's why I bought them. But then, honestly, I figured out a way to mount them right side up (they are in the hutch of my desk, mounted as flush as possible to the underside of the upper cabinet). The speakers sound much better mounted, btw, IMHO. Good luck! [ Thomas Jun 16, 2017 ]
The problem with mounting the speakers upside down is that the two screws that go into each speaker's base (you can see the two screw hole openings in each bracket base) would not have any support and would bear the full weight of each speaker. Rightside up, the piece of black plastic supports the speakers - the screws simply bind the speaker to the base. The speakers they support are excellent, and the brackets are well engineered and do the job perfectly. Rightside up, unfortunately. [ ARTHUR Jun 16, 2017 ]
If your question is about whether the bracket will hold the speaker in this orientation, it will. It will not however allow you to aim the speaker towards the listening area, it will only allow the speaker to stay oriented in a down firing position. Solid construction. [ Scott Jun 16, 2017 ]
I would contact PSB directly for that answer. The speaker is heavy for the size and the bracket. An upside down mount would put a lot of stress on the screws that hold the speaker to the bracket. [ Anthony Jun 16, 2017 ]
I don't know. Sorry, [ Thomas Jul 13, 2016 ]
fit into he ceiling, yes needs to be attached to something solid like a stud. Movement? check that out on PSB site ,specs show movement. This method of communication won't allow for direct link. So go to psb official site then imagine mini speakers then note at bottom link to brackets. There you will find Specs will show you the angle of the dangle. [ Lawrence Jul 12, 2016 ]
I don't think this would work on a ceiling because the speakers are heavy and would be held on to the bracket by two relatively small screws. I think when PSB said wall they meant it! Excellent brackets though. [ ARTHUR Jul 12, 2016 ]
I adjusted the brackets at an angle and made it work for a ceiling (with the speaker used a a surround rear) but then I pulled them and decided the speaker sounded too good for the rear and put them in the front with a PSB center channel speaker and high end sub. I decided to splurge for high end rear speakers and the right amp to support them instead. Just need to get my better half fully on board. [ Jason Jul 11, 2016 ]
About 150 degrees out of 180, so they are pretty flexible [ JOSE Oct 21, 2014 ]