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On-Stage Stands SS-7323B Wall Speaker Bracket - Pair  

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  • Small-Medium speaker cabinet bracket
  • 12" distance from wall
  • 100 lb. weight capacity
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Tilting speaker wall-mount for flat surfaces.

Ideal for sound contractors, mount this bracket on the walls at night clubs, recording studios, home multi-media rooms, schools or just about anywhere you want to hang a speaker enclosure! For mounting on flat surfaces this adjustable bracket features a tilting angle adjustment as well as a 30° swivel hinge.

Features
  • Small-Medium speaker cabinet bracket
  • 12" distance from wall
  • 100 lb. weight capacity
  • 0-40° tilt angle adjustment
  • ±30° swivel angle adjustment

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On-Stage StandsSS-7323B Wall Speaker Bracket - Pair
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

More free space.

By bro

from RSM CA.

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Pros

  • Compact
  • Holds Items Securely
  • Portable
  • Stable

Cons

  • Bad Tilting Screw Idea

Best Uses

  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about On-Stage Stands SS-7323B Wall Speaker Bracket - Pair:

Love the fact that you have more free space and, it looks great. A little advice, make sure that the tilting screw is on real tight before you put on your speaker, if not, it could get real ugly real fast..

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4.0

Heavy duty speaker brackets

By JLNorthGA

from Western NC

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Pros

  • Holds Items Securely
  • Stable

Cons

  • Some Problems

Best Uses

  • Wall Mount

Comments about On-Stage Stands SS-7323B Wall Speaker Bracket - Pair:

I bought a pair of these through Amazon (MF was the vendor) before I discovered Musicians Friend. They are mounted on a cinder block wall with 5/16" toggle bolts. I liked them reasonably well - enough so that I bought another pair. I had a pair of Nady SP15 speakers mounted on them - they were a royal PITA to remove from the pole. Not sure if it is the speaker bracket or the Nady - probably the Nady. Anyway, they now have JBL speakers mounted on them and they are doing fine. This current pair (purchased from MF) is used for wall mounted monitor speakers for our backstage area. I can tilt them, swivel them, make them hug closer to the wall, etc. Really works well for smaller monitor speakers like my Kustom KPC10M. They are (as I said) - working well for the JBL speakers.

They do not play well with Nady speakers.

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4.0

Would be a good buy with lower cost

By Voodoo-ZAK0q

from Cleveland, OH

Comments about On-Stage Stands SS-7323B Wall Speaker Bracket - Pair:

I just recently got these mounted on my wall with my speakers (12" speaker and a horn). They are plently sturdy there is no doubt about that.They don't come with the lags that they recommend. So if you are going to mount them into a stud then you'll want to buy some 2 1/2" long 3/8 lags. You'll mount the one side to the wall (make sure you hit the stud) then the other side will remain untouched. The only reason I would mount with all four lags per stand would be if I were going into concrete, or if you had specially built your wall for these stands.I wish these had locking points for how much you tilt them. The speakers will look goofy if you can't get the tilt the same for both of them. The stands one step better implement such a feature but they tilt at the base of the speaker instead of at the wall. Looking back on it I think I would rather own those instead of these, but overall I can't complain. They save me a TON of space in my room now that I have these two monster speakres off the floor.

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