B-Tech BT77 : Look and sound great best brackets you can buy

The only thing i reluctantly had to do was screw into the bottom on my bx2 speaker. Plenty of swivel but could do with a tiny bit more tilt but none the less these to the job perfectly. If you’re going into hollow wall you will need hollow wall anchors and not rawl plugs. I don’t want to try it but i reckon i could hang off the bracket.

Made an enormous difference to my speaker’s sound. Definite buytip: use blu tack to isolate the speaker fully from the bracket base -improves sound. Do, though nobody likes doing it, use at least one of the provided self tappers to anchor the speaker to the stand. It won’t do the speaker any harm and may prevent a speaker from falling should your clamps loosen with time. Check clamp torque every so often -bass vibrations could loosen them.

B-Tech BT77 – Ultragrip ProTM Side Clamping Loudspeaker Wall Mounts with Tilt and Swivel – Finished in Black

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  • Finished in Black and supplied in Pairs
  • No visible wall fixing screws, Simple installation with all mounting hardware included
  • Adjustable clamp size: 135mm (5.3″) – 280mm (11″), Simple adjustment of tilt and swivel
  • Suitable for most speakers including curved front types
  • Designed for loudspeakers up to 25kg (55lbs)
  • Depth (mm/inch): 250 / 9.84, Height (mm/inch): 280 / 11.02, Swivel (degrees): 18

I purchased the b-tech wall mounts as i had recently upgraded the rear surround speakers on my home cinema to some more substantial and therefore heavier bookshelf speakers as such i needed something that would do the job of holding them firmly in place. The mounts are solidly built and simply to attach to the wall, they come supplied with sufficient wall plugs and screws – you need to supply your own drill and bit. Probably took about 20 minutes to get them up and on the walls, nice and level. Once on they are rock solid and i am more than happy that my speakers will not be falling off the wall. The cover plate hides all the screws so they are nice and neat once installed. Good purchase, 5 stars easily.

More words needed by amazon. Itook my dog out fora walk this morning and he rolled in poo.

Easy to install, very sturdy, look great, quick delivery, all in all very happy with them. Just check how much space you need from your ceiling once the speakers are on the brackets before you start drilling, otherwise you’ll end up having to reposition them like i did. It was my own fault though, nothing to do with the brackets.

B-Tech BT77 – Ultragrip ProTM Side Clamping Loudspeaker Wall Mounts with Tilt and Swivel – Finished in Black : Look and sound great best brackets you can buy. Very well made and strong and very adjustable for most size of speaker and excellent for the whafedale diamonds. 0 speakers and they fit to t. They look very neat on the wall as you get a plate to cover the screws so they dont show. There is no need for any additional rubber feet (bottom of speakers) with these either. Makes your speakers sound much better and avoiding vibration too.

Good quality but may i make a suggestion. These are sturdy wall mounts that grip my dali zensor speakers firmly without the need to screw into the speaker. However there is one simple mod i would recommend to the design – a discrete hole blocked up by a rubber grommet that would allow the speaker wire to be fed through it. We all hate wires showing and it is possible to feed the cable through one of the holes in the metal mount. Another hole in the plastic and you keep the visibility to a minimum. I drilled a little hole but shouldn’t have to do that.

Brilliant heavy duty brackets for wharfedale diamond 10. 2’s. . I was looking for a heavy duty and good looking set of wall mounts for my 4 wharfedale diamond 10. 2’s, after asking a question to see if they will fit on these brackets and getting the answer – i purchased two pairs of these and they came within 3 days packaged well. They come with all of the required fittings such as screws and wall plugs, instructions are nice and clear to read and understand. I only had to read the instructions once for one of the brackets, after that the rest of them were easy to put together and mount. I have these mounted at ear level 7cm away from the wall at each corner of the room with the speakers perfectly straight, after tightening them and using the grip foam stuff that comes with them, i haven’t really felt the need to use any screws to hold the speakers on the mounts (you will have to if you want to tilt the speakers)they haven’t come away from the wall, rattled and the speakers haven’t tilted at all so i’m a very happy personoh, plus the metal brackets on each side of the bottom clamps do not show much where the diamonds curve, which is brilliant as it looks so clean and made for these speakers(see my photo)highly recommended for wharfedale diamond speakers.

A few years ago i bought speaker brackets on amazon, they were b-tech (glad to say they have been discontinued) and i used them to set a set of b&w 685’s to my back wall, as part of home cinema. I was never happy with them and if you touched against them the speaker would ‘droop’ and it was awkward to tighten them again. Last year i bought the b-tech bt77 for monitor audio bronze bx2 speakers i was about to mount in my kitchen. However that project was delayed and at christmas i decided to replace the old b-tech brackets in the living room with these, the bt77. . Brilliant movethese brackets really are fantastic, look well and rock solid. I think the house will fall down before these speakers will and the 685 are very heavy. The reason i am writing this review after a year is because i am about to purchase a new set of bt77 for the project that is about to be restarted in my kitchen.

This is a quality product for a cheap price. Does a good job of holding the speaker steady and also looks good when fixed to the wall. All fixing screws are hidden behind the plastic cover. The only issue is due to the fact the arm part is not that long so if you have very deep speakers (b&w 685s for example) you wont be able to have the speakers facing directly away from the wall. In my setup i have the speakers facing to the side so no problem for me.

Working perfectly with my monitor audio bronze bookshelf speakers, grip very well with just the pads, no need to screw anything into the speakers. I bought 4 of these for mounting around the room. Very little say really because they work perfectly as advertised.

I have a couple of highly-prized, but quite heavy, q acoustics 1010i speakers which i needed to re-locate as surrounds on the back wall of my man-cave. I deem myself very lucky to have come across this quality product on amazon, read the reviews, and purchased. The designer alone deserves national recognition and an award. These substantial supports proved absolutely fit for purpose. I must admit however to placing the provided rawlplugs and screws to one side for future use elsewhere, solely because my wall consists of 25mm thick dry-lining before encountering brick. Following a few fails, i discovered the only plug-and-screw product which is solid enough for this type of wall are rigifix m6 anchors (another product i heartily endorse). The provided assembly literature for these speaker supports proved very easy to follow, and the resultant combination of support and plugs, beside looking a million dollars, is as rock-solid as it could possibly be.

Excellent quality, good value. These were bought to hold a pair of mordaunt-short aviano xr speakers, which are not only heavy but very deep, relative to their width. They are perfect for the job. The price reflects the quality: i’m happy to say that these units (which come as a pair) are extremely well made and come with everything that you could reasonably expect including all the required wall fixings – (you’ll have to provide your own drill, 8mm masonry drill bit, and wall. )if you were searching for brackets for the sort of speakers typically included with all-in-one home cinema systems – lightweight units with a keyhole hang-up slot in the back – then really, these brackets would be overkill. You can find more suitable smallish, lighter duty multi-angle brackets elsewhere for quite a bit less. An example would be b-tech’s own bt33, although other alternatives are available of course. If, however, you need to wall-mount serious, heavy, high-power ‘bookshelf’ type speakers which are basically just rectangular boxes with no overt provision for wall mounting (no keyhole slots, no threaded holes, no protruding bolts) then these units are ideal. The weight of the speakers rests mainly on a posable horizontal ‘table’ and further security is provided by two sliding side clamps which move inwards to grasp the sides of the speakers – not the front, so speakers with curved fronts or grilles extending all the way to the lower edge will fit just fine in these brackets. The minimum/maximum speaker widths the clamps can accommodate are 135mm – 280mm, and the maximum load capability is 25kg.

I needed speaker brackets to mount a pair of b&w 601 speakers in the kitchen/dining area out of the reach of small fingers. The speakers weigh in at just over 6kg each, so some of the smaller units were out of the question. I’d consider the b-tech bt1, which will take up to about 10kg, but decided finally to go for the bt77s as i didn’t really fancy drilling holes in the back of the speaker to mount them. The bt77s are very solid, and easy to mount (just make sure you have decent fixings to hand for plasterboard – i wouldn’t use the supplied rawlplugs), and look good. The clamp seems to hold the speaker quite tightly, but i actually ended up fixing the platform to the bottom of the speakers with a couple of screws as well. They’re rated for 25kg, but i’d say it really depends on what they’re fixed to. The mounting points (4 of them) are spaced over about 25cm so i wouldn’t be comfortable with 25kg hanging off a stud wall for example (unless it was fixed to one of the studs), but for moderately sized bookshelf speakers, they do the job nicely.

Smart looking strong bookshelf speaker wall mounts. Looked around for a while to find some decent speaker mounts for less than £50, decided after reading other reviews and seeing the price drop to £28 these were worth a punt for my mordaunt-short 902s. When receiving the parcel i was surprised at the small box they came in. I opened it up to find 4 main pieces for each bracket and some smaller nuts/bolts/screws etc in a little packet. It was all quite obvious for how to put them together, i didn’t even open the instructions. Just to quickly sum up the construction of these brackets, the wall plate is 3mm plate steel, with a piece of box section steel about 15mmx40mm welded on the plate. Then there is a plastic cup which goes on the end of the arm to support the speaker clamp and enable angle adjustment. Although plastic, the end cap seems strong and i have wound the nut and bolt holding it all together very tight and it shows no signs of breaking. To finish it off there’s a plastic cover for the wall plate and a cap for the bolt head underneath. The piece that actually supports the speaker clamps the sides of the speaker, using a screwdriver to bring the clamp together.

Solid brackets at an excellent price. [i originally posted this review for the silver coloured version of these brackets. we used these to secure a pair of monitor audio bx2s. They had been previously on top of a cupboard. The improvement to sound quality was impressive. These are fairly heavy and bulky speakers. Nowhere near as heavy as the 25 kg limit of the brackets, true, but i was still wary of perching them on top of these. In fact, as long as you push the speakers right back on the platform, they remain stable enough to be secured solely by the clamps. You could secure heavier or more awkwardly placed speakers with screws: the brackets have holes for these and some self-tapper wood screws have been provided. A few points to keep in mind:- these speakers are 25-26 cm deep. ]

The featured review by grahamg summaries perfectly all you can expect from these brackets in terms of size, flexibility, movement, etc. But i just wanted to say that these are superb quality brackets, really well-made and packaged with full, clear instructions and fittings provided (although i agree for peace of mind it is better to use your own). My own experience was using them with q acoustics 3020s, which as another reviewer mentioned feature sides that curve into the base. These brackets clearly work best with square sided speakers but i was able to use them successfully tilted with my q acoustics by using the small side screws provided. I also put one into the back plate underneath the speaker. Please bear in mind, though, if you have q acoustics speakers and don’t want to put screws in the side you will only really be able to have them flat. Other cheaper brackets are available but if you have a half decent pair of speakers to go on the wall you will not regret spending the 30-quid or so on these beauties.

Very good – work with wharfdale diamond 10. 1. Well constructed, supplied with plenty of bits (that i didn’t use all of due to how i attached them to the wall) and really quick and easy to fit. They now hold my wharfedale diamond 10. 1 speakers which i use for the rear channel in my 5. Note – i did take the opportunity to use the supplied self tapping screws for a secure fit.

Really strong well made speaker stands. I bought these to use on an outside wall for speakers for bbqs. The speakers are heavy but compact studio monitors. The stands needed to be strong and well supported. They use four wall mounting screws on each and the whole construction is very solid. The only problem is that the speakers are bevelled at the bottom. The speaker clamps for he sides could do with being higher. Be no problem for rectangular speakers.

Really strong well made speaker stands. I bought these to use on an outside wall for speakers for bbqs. The speakers are heavy but compact studio monitors. The stands needed to be strong and well supported. They use four wall mounting screws on each and the whole construction is very solid. The only problem is that the speakers are bevelled at the bottom. The speaker clamps for he sides could do with being higher. Be no problem for rectangular speakers.

Great value speaker wall mounts. These b-tech bt77 speaker wall mounts were really easy to install using my basic diy tools and skills. You need to ensure that you use appropriate fixings. The bt77s were very solid on the wall and easy to adjust. I like the way the fixing screws are all hidden by the cover plate. I was confident in mounting my heavy (12kg) speakers which measure 10 x 10 x 22 inches. The brackets and speakers were mounted and adjusted within an hour. To avoid cosmetic damage to visible parts of the speaker i didn’t put screws though the side brackets into the speaker. While you can tighten the side brackets sufficiently to prevent the speaker sliding off the mount, i did put a screw through the hole in the base plate into the speaker base to provide extra security and stability: this enables me to tilt the speakers fully forward without any worry that they will slide off and this arrangement appears adequate for this size of speaker. I’d certainly buy these bt77s again if i was looking for a quality, functional speaker wall mount.

I purchased the b-tech wall mounts as i had recently upgraded the rear surround speakers on my home cinema to some more substantial and therefore heavier bookshelf speakers as such i needed something that would do the job of holding them firmly in place. The mounts are solidly built and simply to attach to the wall, they come supplied with sufficient wall plugs and screws – you need to supply your own drill and bit. Probably took about 20 minutes to get them up and on the walls, nice and level. Once on they are rock solid and i am more than happy that my speakers will not be falling off the wall. The cover plate hides all the screws so they are nice and neat once installed. Good purchase, 5 stars easily.