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the box pro 206 U-Bracket horizontal Black


Horizontal U-bracket

  • U-bracket for horizontal mounting of an agate 206 on the ceiling or horizontal / vertical on the wall
  • Material: Steel
  • multiple punching for minimising the distance from the wall
  • Colour: Black
  • Unit 1 piece


  • Long leg outside: 59 cm
  • Long leg inside: 58 cm (thickness 5 mm)
  • Short leg outside: 17 cm
  • Short leg inside: 16.5 cm
  • Positions of the five holes in the long leg (hole diameter 13 mm): five times each, and twice 17 cm distance from the inner side of the short leg
  • Fifth hole centred in the long leg
  • Positions of the hole in the short leg (hole diameter 11 mm): 14.5 cm distance from the inner side of the long leg
Type Mounting Bracket
Item number 283311
20,30 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
Available immediately
Available immediately

This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Tuesday, 2.11. and Wednesday, 3.11.
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Works fine but adhesive pads are delicate
Christopher4780 09.07.2018
These brackets work just fine, but they have a pair of self adhesive pads that sit between the speaker and bracket. These pads don't stick particularly well (mine were bent in the middle when they arrived and have retained this shape). This stops them from sticking well. They're going to get lost eventually.


René1591 24.10.2014
These are heavy duty and will never fail you. They come with two bolts and washer to hold the 206 speaker. They do not come with any kind of screws to fasten them to the wall. What you need for that will depend on the surface you'll be mounting them to. I mounted 8 of them on troldtekt with wood underneath and chose to drill some smaller holes to be able to use long and thinner screws. Worked perfectly. Do notice when mounting the speakers that the supplied washers have a sticky side and you need to remove the protective paper in order to make them stick to the speakers. Also if you're a DIY kind of guy, please note that there is no way you'll be making anything better than these yourself.
Only problem with these is that there is no way to adjust them to an angle in more than one direction. Other than that these are perfect.


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