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I bought these for Energy 5.1 Take Classic Home Theater System (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001202C44/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) because they were shown with the speakers. But they didn't really seem to work for some reason, certainly not in any straightforward way. I have a background in repairing stereo equipment, and I'm good at figuring out how to put things together, but this didn't seem to have a good way to work with the speakers. I also think the mounts were a bit weak for these speakers, and would be better for lighter speakers.
There may have been some change or problem, as the directions and parts included didn't match. It also could be that the speakers changed, but still, the directions for the mounts were not written very well, since the parts didn't match up with them. Anyway, the person I got them for decided against using that style of speakers, so I didn't spend an inordinate amount of time trying to make these work.
These brackets are made for small speakers. 10 lbs is way too much. I installed 2 speakers and returned the brackets. The 1st speaker was the heaviest at 6 lbs. Upon tightening my speaker sagged badly and seemed like it would fall off the connectors. The second speaker is about 4 lbs, it seemed like it would be a better install but then the tightening bracket became stripped with minimal pressure. Maybe I had a defective unit, but I doubt it; I think the main problem with these brackets is that they are made of plastic. If these brackets were made of metal they would perform much better and I would be willing to pay more for them. Unfortunately the next upgrade of brackets seems to be way too expensive.
On the plus side, these brackets offer many different lengths and angles to install speakers with
Pros: Various angles and lengths for install
Cons: Made of plastic bolts strip in plastic easily Maybe 5 lb max capacity
Ok, so these mounts come with nearly everything that you would need to mount an out of the box surround sound setup. They are pretty basic, but they come with a lot of parts that you will not need. It is important to read the instructions and compare with the speakers that you have.
The mounts themselves are well built, but the problem comes with attaching them to the speakers. I assume that there are just many different options when it comes to that, but nearly all come with the little key hole shaped deal that you slide a nail or screw head into. This has detailed instructions on how to get it to work with that sort of a setup, but I believe that the plastic for the speakers has to be pretty thin for this to work out of the box.
I would buy these again because of the price, but if I were you, I would not expect to use them for every situation and speaker. I was able to use them for all 5 of my speakers only because I took some apart and created new holes.
The plastic threads on these are easily stripped but at $3 per mount I guess you should expect poor quality. I don't understand why they felt it was necessary to include 5 the same allen wrench, one in each of the 5 bags; I wish they would have used that metal / money to make stronger threads instead of using plastic threads with metal allen screws. Once you strip the thread the whole mount is essentially trash unless you glue them in place (which defeats the point of them being adjustable). Because three of mine are partially stripped (even though I was extremely careful) leaving the mount loose, I was unable to screw them to the ceiling because they would just fall apart. I would not buy these again and most certainly would not recommend them.
I couldn't find too much info for speaker mounts for an Energy RC Micro system. So I took a chance since the price on these were a fraction of the cost of one mount from other manufacturers. They seem to be fairly good quality, especially given the price. They are not perfect. I am thinking they are "mount and hopefully hold position", but I have not gotten that far yet. Specifically for the RC Micro, the mount will need to use the key hole mount, which is far from sturdy. It would be nice to use the single hole mount, but the mounting plate is too big. That could be remedied with some modification, but the set screw would be recessed into the speaker making it impossible to tighten. Just trying the key hole mount and moving the speaker in the least bit causes it to let go (i.e. once the key hole mount is made, you still have to screw the mounting plate to the arm). I will get creative to make it work (read key hole mount and heavy duty double sided tape).
They feel a bit cheap and the set screws don't hold positions very well. If you get them nice and tight, they work pretty well.
A minor issue: Each mount comes with a set of hardware and things for different mounting options. The m4x16 screw for keyhole mounting is actually an m4x20. So I had to make a spacer as to not punch a whole in my speakers. Also the drywall anchors are different from the ones listed in the package contents and instructions. Seems like they updated the packages but not the instructions.
These are really just ok. My major complaint is they are not entirely compatible with the Energy 5.1 Take Classic Home Theater as Amazon pairs them. The housing on the speakers does not fit the brackets but you can kind of get them to fit but they are far from made for each other. The other major issue I have with these is I have my speakers mounted on my wall close to my ceilings and I cannot get these angled down and then towards the center of the room. The brackets only angle down but not over. I would not purchase these again knowing what I know now.
it was suggested as a "commonly purchased together" with my Onkyo system, which uses keyhole mountings. These KINDA do keyhole, but it's a big work-around. It doesn't work well. It appears like the quality has improved vastly compared to other reviews- they use metal hardware on the front and the back sides of all allen bolts, instead of screwing the allen into plastic as in a previous version of this product.
Good enough quality construction and all the hardware you need to mount it-- just not a perfect fit for my Onkyo speakers.
These wall mounts seemed flimsy at first. I have some Polk wall-mount speakers. Comes with all the necessary hardware, the drywall anchors are good quality. I had one set-screw that was already stipped, so luckily I only needed 4 mounts. They do hold my speakers well, which are about 4 pounds each.
One caveat - give yourself enough space to tighten and loosen setscrews - I placed one mount in the corner near a ceiling, and It was tough getting an allen wrench in there to tighten everything.I think if they had used a C-clamp instead of a set-screw method, that could have been improved.