VideoSecu 180-Degree Rotation Speaker Stands, 2-Pack

Last updated date: November 5, 2021

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8.3

VideoSecu 180-Degree Rotation Speaker Stands,  2-Pack

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We looked at the top Speaker Stands and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Speaker Stand you should buy.

Update as November 5, 2021:
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Overall Take

These steel stands can hold up to 30 pounds, making them great for a wide range of speaker types. The black finish gives it an attractive look, and the height can be adjusted. But the biggest flexibility comes with the side-clamping top plate, which can adjust in widthl, pan and tilt to get the exact angle you need.


In our analysis of 8 expert reviews, the VideoSecu 180-Degree Rotation Speaker Stands, 2-Pack placed 5th when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Designed to accommodate satellite surround loudspeakers from most major manufacturers. Adjustable height for personal preference. Unsightly cables concealed via central hole in the provided brackets. Universal Compatibility with the majority of leading brands of surround loudspeakers, including Acoustic Energy, Sony, Bose and many others. Notice: Speakers not included.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

8.4
1 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

8.6
5,154 user reviews

What experts liked

They come with lots of adjustable options, giving you the flexibility of positioning your speakers the way you want. They have universal compatibility to accomodate all satellite and surround-sound speakers from most of the leading manufacturers.
- Techsounded

What experts didn't like

Not suitable for high traffic areas. The bases could be wider.
- Techsounded

An Overview On Speaker Stands

The people who run movie theaters don’t want to hear this but it’s easier than ever to watch new movies on a large screen with top-notch sound at home. Besides, watching movies in your pajamas on your own sofa can be a far better experience than heading to a busy theater across town.

But the key to a truly great at-home viewing experience is a good home theater. You don’t have to spend a fortune these days to get a large-screen, high-definition TV and a surround sound system that puts you in the middle of the action.

It isn’t just about purchasing the right speakers, though. Any true audiophile will tell you that for the best surround sound, you’ll need to have each speaker placed in the appropriate place. There’s an exact distance from your ear that each speaker needs to be for optimum performance.

The problem with many home theaters, though, is that smaller speakers tend to be designed for mounting on the wall. A stand lets you use the small but mighty speakers available today without restricting where you’ll place them. You simply attach each speaker to the stand and then move the stand where it needs to go. If you ever rearrange furniture, simply move the speakers to the new location.

The goal in setting up a home theater is to create a listening sweet spot. To do this, you need to place the speakers as distant from each other as they are from you, creating a triangle, with the two front speakers as the base and you as the point. You’ll also need to move them at least a foot away from any wall to avoid muffling or interfering with the sound that’s coming out of each speaker.

The Speaker Stand Buying Guide

  • Not all speaker stands are compatible with all speakers. Check for compatibility before you buy. Also, measure the dimensions of your speaker and measure the distance from the mounting hole to the bottom of the speaker to make sure your speaker will line up with the stand.
  • Speaker stands come in sets of two. These are typically designed to be used with your front speakers. If you’re creating surround sound, you’ll also need at least a center speaker. Two rear speakers can greatly enhance the experience, but aren’t required.
  • The height of your front speakers should be somewhat close to ear level, although some can go slightly above. A speaker stand that adjusts can help you find the optimum height. Some adjust more than others, so make sure you measure the distance from the floor to where your ear typically is when you’re seated in front of your TV.
  • Cables tend to be a nuisance when it comes to any electronics. Some speaker sounds have built-in cable management to help keep unsightly wires hidden from view.
  • Speaker stands also have a weight capacity. Some can only hold a couple of pounds while others go up to 5 pounds or more. Check the weight of each speaker before you buy stands.
  • Stability can be an issue with speaker stands. Many now have triangular feet to help your speaker keep that balance even if you accidentally bump into it. Some also have rubber pads underneath to keep the stand from sliding around.
  • For durability purposes, pay close attention to the material used to make your speaker stand. Look for cast iron or steel. Many are also coated in black for aesthetics.