10 Best Speaker Mounts
On Stage Brackets
Ideal for commercial spaces, like nightclubs, schools, churches, and recording studios, as well as residential multimedia rooms, each of the heavy-duty On Stage Brackets boasts a stress-rated hex nut and bolt that are strong enough to support 80 pounds.
- Accommodate most speaker cabinets
- Solid steel safety stops
- Ergonomic adjustment knobs
The VideoSecu Universal feature a ball and clamp design that allows you to tilt and rotate them as you please, so you can tweak the sound projection angle of small satellite speakers to create the perfect environment for watching movies and listening to music.
- Good value for the price
- Step-by-step instructions
- Mounting hardware included
Designed and built by this maker of high-quality audio equipment, the Sonos Arc does not disappoint. It’s only intended for use with the Arc soundbar, which detects the mount and adjusts its EQ to shape its bass resonance through the wall.
- Completely invisible when in use
- Cushioned protective strips
- Easy to install
For sheer sturdiness and ease of installation, the Vogel’s Universal are hard to beat. They swivel 90 degrees and tilt 15 degrees in either direction, can carry up to 44 pounds in weight, and their mounting hardware is hidden behind attractive molded enclosures.
- Clamps do not damage speakers
- Integral cable management
- Lifetime warranty is included
Bose UB-20 Series II
Offered in two colors and compatible with many of the company’s entertainment systems, the Bose UB-20 Series II is designed to be unobtrusive, can be installed directly onto drywall or wood, and allows for both horizontal and vertical adjustments.
- Handsome matte finish
- Durable cast zinc bracket
- On the pricey side
A solid quality selection at an affordable price, the VideoSecu Large are straightforward to install and give home theaters and gaming rooms a professional touch. They can swivel a full 360 degrees and have clamps that can expand from over five inches to just under a foot.
- No visible screws
- Very sturdy construction
- Don't include protective lips
Made to last for years, the hardwearing Pyle Home sport telescoping arms capable of extending eleven inches from the wall or ceiling, and brackets that swivel to 30, 60, or 90 degrees, so you can set them at the ideal angle for an immersive surround sound experience.
- Strong reinforced design
- Ugly logo sticker can be removed
- Directions are a little vague
Mounting Dream MD5421
Offered in iterations suitable for flat televisions and those with protrusions at the bottom, the Mounting Dream MD5421 supports soundbars weighing up to 22 pounds, and comes with an array of hardware that allows for plenty of installation options.
- Ten-year warranty
- Three assembly options
- Doesn't attach the tv to the wall
The Perlesmith Swivel can accommodate a wide variety of satellite speaker configurations, which is helpful if you have a few different ones. They’re made of a durable material that’s protected with a weather-resistant coating, so you can install them outside, if you want.
- Sold as a pack of five
- Can be set in concrete
- Not as secure for keyhole mounts
Monoprice Low Profile
Simple and straightforward, the Monoprice Low Profile use a clever slide lock system to ensure that speakers stay secure. Quick and easy to assemble and install, these two-piece units are made from tough ABS plastic and are compatible with a range of popular brands.
- Stringent quality control standards
- Priced right for tight budgets
- Stick out rather far