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|Material: Glass; Metal||Finish: Black|
|Powder Coated Fnish: Yes||Adjustable Height: Yes|
|Cable Management: Yes||Stabilizer Feet: Yes|
|Isolation Spikes: Yes||Limited Speaker Compatibility: Yes|
|Weight Capacity: 4 Pounds||Number of Items Included: 2|
|Mounting Hardware Included: Yes||Country of Manufacture: China|
|Product Care: Wipe down with clean cloth|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 5 Years|
Sanus offers a complete selection of innovative loudspeaker stands and audio racks that unite form and function into the perfect enhancement for today's audio environments.
Let's face it, because it is where your TV sits, the video furniture you choose will get looked at a lot. Don't settle for anything less than exceptional furniture styling, quality construction and high performance for your home. Sanus video furniture - in six exquisite lines plus turntables - is a great choice.
Nowhere is the union of form and function more important than in creating the perfect home theater environment. And, because this union of from and function is the very essence of SANUS Systems, they offer a coordinated selection of beautiful Speaker Foundations, Audio Furniture and Video Furniture that work (and play) together in total harmony.
The Sanus VisionMount line is ideal for mounting a flat panel TV or computer monitor to a wall, ceiling or even under a cabinet. The line consists of eight models designed to handle any mounting and adjustment need. Plus, features like the patent-pending SmoothLock™ adjustment mechanism and Virtual Axis™ provide effortless tilt and swivel adjustment with no tools required.
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Bill from Clarksburg, MD– Verified Buyer
Speakers stands look great. Glass bottom makes it look elegant. It was very easy to put together. Took me about 10-15 minutes to put both together. I gave it 4 stars b/c the stand feels a but flimsy. The part that holds the metal poles together is a plastic nut concoction and it doesn't hold the poles together tight.