Bose® FS-01 bookshelf speaker floor stands
For Bose 201® and 301® speakers
Our take on the Bose® FS-01 bookshelf speaker floor stands by Crutchfield's Melanie Seibert
You've got the bookshelf speakers, but you're missing the bookshelf. No problem these metal floor stands let you place your Bose 201® or 301® speakers at ear level, in the horizontal position they were designed for, allowing them to deliver the best possible sound.
Attach the included rubber feet to the bases to protect your floor, and position the included rubber pads on the top plate to provide extra stability for your speakers. Each stand's hollow upright hides speaker wire, for a clean, uncluttered look.
Priced per pair
Great stands for my 301's that I use for my surround speakers.
FREDERICK, Middleburg , FL
What's in the Box:
- 2 Base plates (15" x 12-3/4")
- 2 Top plates (11-1/2" x 7-5/8")
- Two 22-3/4" supports
- 8 Phillips head countersunk screws (screws are pre-loaded in the stands and are size #10 x 3/4")
- 10 Self-adhesive small rubber bumper pads
- 10 Self-adhesive large rubber feet
- Assembly Instructions
Bose® FS-01 bookshelf speaker floor stands Reviews
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Overview: The Bose FS-01 Floor Stands support and complement the Bose 201 and 301 Direct/Reflecting bookshelf speakers, while providing additional options for their placement.
Materials: The base and top plates are made of sturdy black steel. The uprights are made of lightweight, titanium-colored aluminum.
Assembly: Each stand consists of 3 main parts: a base plate, a support, and a top plate. The plates attach to the support with two 3/4" Phillips-head screws. Five self-adhesive rubber feet (3/4" diameter x 1/4" height) attach to the base plate to absorb vibrations and protect floor surfaces. Five self-adhesive rubber bumper pads attach to the top plate to provide a non-slip surface for the speakers.
Speaker Wire Management: The hollow supports provide a channel for running speaker wires. There are holes in each base plate and top plate for threading the speaker wire into and out of the support.
- Top Plate: W=11.5", D=7.625", H=0.089"
- Base Plate: W=15", D=12.75", H=0.092"
- Support: W=2.003", D=3.79", H=22.75"
- Assembled Stand (including rubber pads): W=15", D=12.75", H=23.246"
- Assembled Weight: 5.75 pounds
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Why did you buy this?
Already have 301s ... Using the old trumpet stands on 901s so I need these in my drum studio. Vibration can cause speakers to fall from a smaller platform. It happened once and that was enough for me to place this order! [ Timothy Jan 12, 2018 ]
This is the only place I can find the right product [ John Dec 27, 2017 ]
Used before [ Robert Dec 08, 2017 ]
Needed speaker stands to fit my Bose 301's. Reviews looked good. [ THOMAS Nov 27, 2017 ]
To get the best performance. [ JOHN Nov 19, 2017 ]
Just bought a pair of Bose 301 speakers. I thought the stands look modern and classy and no local retailer had them in stock. Thanks crutchfield! [ Adam Aug 12, 2017 ]
Great pairing with Bose speakers [ Noel Apr 20, 2017 ]
Needed stands for my Bose 301s [ Robert Nyle Jan 02, 2017 ]
we have the Bose-301 speakers [ George Dec 25, 2016 ]
I have a pair already. Awesome quality. Works great with Polk FXi-A6 surrounds. [ JOHN Aug 18, 2016 ]
fast delivery and you guy have never let me down [ larry Jun 29, 2016 ]
I have Bose 201 & 301 Speakers [ KENNETH J Mar 31, 2016 ]
looks nice in my surround sound [ RICHARD S Mar 07, 2016 ]
I have a pair of 301s that needed a stand. [ Donna Feb 20, 2016 ]
Customer comments [ Reginald Jan 08, 2016 ]
Needed stands for my Bose Speakers. [ RICHARD Jan 06, 2016 ]
i trust doing business with crutchfield [ William Dec 16, 2015 ]
5 questions already asked
Hello, the Bose stand speakers should hold the weight of your speakers. Remember that they are not high stand speakers, they are short. [ Gerardo Sep 15, 2017 ]
The stands are really nice and sturdy for my Bose. I'm very happy with my purchase. [ Mark Sep 15, 2017 ]
The stands a made of quality materials and feel very solid and sturdy when constructed. I use them for Def Tech W7 wireless speakers that measure 16.9"W, 7.5"H, and 8"D at 16.9 lbs. The stands should be fine for your B & Ws. In addition, they look really well and will compliment the look of your speakers. I highly recommend. Hope this helps! [ Kenneth Sep 15, 2017 ]
Hello, Leroy the Bose stand speakers should hold the weight of the Bose 901 speakers. Remember that they are not high stand speakers, they are short. [ Gerardo Aug 11, 2017 ]
He 901 is a great speaker. I am not sure about it and thinkn no. 901 I beleave has it's own stand [ timothy Aug 11, 2017 ]
I have a pair of 201 on the stands have had for 2 yrs no problems [ robert Apr 28, 2016 ]
I don't know, but the stands are quite hefty. I think they are designed to hold the Bose 3 speakers, and they will certainly do that. My stands are holding the Sonos 3 speakers that are lighter than the Bose 3, and they are rock solid. No issues - buy with confidence mate. Enjoy your music! RCB [ Richard Apr 24, 2016 ]
Its a very strong stand, they can hold a max of 75 pounds!!! [ Eduardo Apr 23, 2016 ]
Hmmm....they are extremely well made....I would guess they would support 20 lbs more than the speakers they were designed for... [ Jon Apr 22, 2016 ]
No.....I listen to mine at rather high volumes and have had NO issues..... [ Jon Apr 22, 2016 ]
No screws needed or packaged to secure speaker to the stand. The weight of the speaker keeps it secure and stable on the stand. [ GEORGE J. Aug 11, 2015 ]
I did not. I set the speakers on the non-slip rubber mounting strips that were provided. [ EUGENE Aug 10, 2015 ]
No, screws, or any other permanent mounting would allow vibration to travel through the stand. You need a buffer zone between the speaker and stand to absorb as much of this vibration as possible. [ Andrew Aug 09, 2015 ]
Hi Chris, I didn't use screws, but I'm using the stands to support Sonos speakers not Bose speakers. There are no screw holes in the Sonos speakers, they just sit on the stands. It's still quite stable. The stands are high quality, very heavy/sturdy, and the right height. I recommend them - enjoy the music! Best regards, Richard [ Richard Aug 08, 2015 ]
The stems are silver [ ROMAN F Dec 13, 2014 ]
I bought these and they have a dark grey shaft and a black base. They are good stands. [ S. NATHAN Dec 12, 2014 ]
They are black and silver [ JEFFREY Dec 12, 2014 ]
The ones I purchased have a black base and shelf for the speaker. The column connecting them is silver. They look great, and were easy to assemble. [ Brooks Dec 12, 2014 ]
Hi The metal floor and speaker platforms are black while the metal column is silver grey [ Robert Dec 12, 2014 ]
pros & cons for bose fs-1 bookshelf speaker floor stands pros: i like the bose fs-01 speaker floor stands very much. they are well made, really sturdy, and they look great. my bose speakers sit on top without my securing them to the stand cons: these solidly built stands are not perfect and some individuals would not want them. admittedly, the stands are wobbly, and that is a disappointment. yet, for me, the wobble is not so much that i'd want to return them [ BYRNE Dec 12, 2014 ]
they look just like the picture , what you see is almost all black , the stands are black and work great ! [ CHARLES M Dec 12, 2014 ]
silver post....black top and bottom plates [ GLENN A Dec 12, 2014 ]