The Pinpoint Mounts AM24 universal speaker wall mount has been designed for maximum flexibility and compatibility for today’s home theater speakers. Sold as a single mount, the AM24 offers multiple mounting options for traditional speaker mounting applications for wall locations. Made from steel and aluminum, the AM24 will support speakers up to 12 pounds and includes all hardware to mount nearly all home theater speakers on the market today that have a Single, Dual and Keyhole mounting points. The AM24 incorporates a ball joint system allowing for endless angles for fine tuning the speaker’s sound and simple 2 piece design allowing for quick mounting. The AM-24 is available in 2 colors black and white a match any speaker.
Pretty good - 12lbs is the limit!
This review is from: The AM24 universal speaker wall mount is an all metal bracket that will support up to 12 pounds. Includes all mounting hardware for speakers with a Single, Dual or Keyhole mounting points.
Pros: They do the trick, supporting my Yamaha NS333's (right about 12 pounds).
Cons: Again, 12lbs really is their LIMIT. And at said limit, the set screws really cannot develop enough friction to hold everything in place. Instead, they end up dimpling (deforming) their contact-surfaces. This makes fine adjustment difficult.*
Other Thoughts: *Range of Motion: The AM24's are hanging the main channels of my home theater (NS333's, again, btw. Truly FINE for the money. Fine finish, nice looking, very smooth sound, solid response down to 50Hz, but small and inexpensive. Get 'em while you can! I used to be a real audio snob, and these budget bookshelves are pleasing. Newegg don't sell 'em, so I'm taking this opportunity to put in a good word for them to y'all here.). My display is in a corner, so the speakers are at 45 degrees to their respective walls. I decided to mount each AM24 to a 2x4 block, ~12 inches long (or tall, to be clear), for two reasons. First, the standoff length of the AM24 is just over 5", so at 45 deg, the cabinets were pretty close to the wall. The 2x4 bought them a bit more clearance. Second, I did not have the luxury of hitting studs - or anything solid. Only drywall anchors, for me. Getting to space those anchors a foot or so apart, vs the 3 or 4" afforded by the mounts, made me feel a lot better. Just food for thought.
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