Sanus SF30 Speaker Stands
Steel Foundations® series 30" (Black)
Our take on the Sanus SF30 Speaker Stands by Crutchfield's Ralph Graves
If you're serious about sound, but aren't willing to compromise on style, Sanus Steel Foundation® speaker stands were made for you! Combining form and function, the stands have contoured 10-gauge steel base plates. Two 2" diameter pillars solidly support a steel top plate. Both pillars and top plate feature a handsome black powder-coated finish.
But these stands do more than just look good. The base plate's stable platform decreases energy loss from your speaker, giving you better performance. The pillars minimize diffraction, and can be filled with shot or sand for added mass, and a resonance-damping ring placed between the top plate and the pillars further improves the speaker's sound.
The top plates are equipped with adjustable speaker isolation studs and neoprene isolation pads to further dampen unwanted vibrations. The stands come with the Sanus Foundation Mount® system, so you can easily secure bolt-style speakers to the top plate.
Priced per pair
- black powder-coated finish
- stand height: 30"
- top plate measures 6" x 6-1/2"
- base plate measures 11-5/8" x 14-5/8"
- supports 25 lbs.
- rubber feet to protect wood or tile floors (adjustable carpet spikes also included)
- warranty: 5 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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
Great, sturdy stands. Look nice, easy to assemble, and can be filled with sand. Come with both carpet and floor feet, and rubber or screw speaker mounts. Can be filled with sand, but very good weight even without.
TODD, Great Mills, MD
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Compatibility: The Sanus Steel Series SF30 is a 30" 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 SF30 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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Why did you buy this?
What I needed and had good reviews [ Kevin B. Sep 26, 2018 ]
Review rating, design & price. [ Everett Aug 25, 2018 ]
First, I need to elevate my Polk Audio front speakers. Second, I live in a condo and am proactively attempting to limit noise/vibration-bleed to my neighbors. [ John May 02, 2018 ]
For use with Klipsch The Three, 2 of them. [ ISIDRO Apr 04, 2018 ]