VTI RF Series
Those who are relying on a solitary transducer or who want to elevate their center channel speaker should look to the VTI RF Series . Standing 13 inches tall, it’s suitable for placement in front of a wall-mounted TV, and it can be loaded with additional ballast if needed.
- Angled just right
- Adjustable bottom spikes for carpet
- Coating can peel over time
The versatile Sanus HTBS bear up to 3.5 pounds and can be configured to support myriad bookshelf and satellite speakers due to the inclusion of top plates, L-shaped brackets, and keyhole mount adapters, so they’re good for brands like Bose, JBL, Sony, Harmon, and more.
- Solid value for the money
- Conveniently compact footprint
- Floor pads are insubstantial
If you’d prefer that your surround sound system is heard and not seen, then the discreet Atlantic Powder-Coated should suit your needs well. They’ll fit neatly into cramped corners and recesses, and they allow for customized height adjustments between 22 and 38 inches.
- Resist rust and corrosion
- Tough cast-iron construction
- Adaptability is limited
The elegant Sanus WSS2-B1 were developed specifically to accommodate the popular Sonos Play:1 and 3 speakers, cradling them securely at just the right angle for optimum bass response, and in any orientation you prefer. They’re also lightweight enough to move around easily.
- Backed by a 5-year warranty
- Promote clean and crisp sound
- Plastic components are a bit flimsy
Ideal for contemporary interiors, the futuristic-looking Mount-It! MI-28S feature vertical columns that are completely hollow, so you have the option of either hiding a pesky power cable inside or filling them with sand to reduce resonance and increase their stability.
- Offered in sleek black too
- Necessary assembly tools included
- Instructions are pretty vague
Bose FS-1 Floor
The Bose FS-1 Floor boast extra-wide bases and nonslip coatings to safeguard them from tipping over, so they’re well equipped for high-traffic areas in your home and for use around kids and pets. Not surprisingly, they work especially well with the company speaker systems.
- Minimize vibration transfer
- Thick-walled tubing
- Can be cumbersome to move
Vivo Premium SP02B
Available in 18 and 23-inch varieties, the Vivo Premium SP02B are a fixed-height option that look more expensive than they are. Their built-in carpet spikes provide a reliable foundation, but you can use the included felt pads for scratch-free use on hard floors, too.
- Near universal compatibility
- High-quality aluminum
- Straightforward to assemble
With super thick steel pillars and a hardy, stable base, you can rely on the Sanus SF22-B1 to support medium to large bookshelf speakers that weigh up to 35 pounds. Each 8 by 8.5-inch plate features a neoprene pad and handy brass isolation studs to minimize vibrations.
- Concealed resonance damping rings
- Rubber feet for hard surfaces
- Can be filled for improved sound
Since the Perlesmith PSSS1 can be adjusted to any height between 30 and 45 inches, they’re perfect for families with varying preferences or for moving from room to room as it suits you. And if you have a Phillips-head screwdriver on hand, they’re a cinch to assemble.
- Three mounting configurations
- Budget-friendly price
- Suitable for a litany of brands
Sleek and sophisticated, the TransDeco TD32BA’s tempered glass construction and beveled edges will complement myriad decors, while their heavy-gauge steel affords durability. They come with soft padded covers for their spiked feet, so hardwood floors will stay protected.
- Handsome high gloss finish
- Able to bear up to 150 pounds
- Built to last for years