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Kanto S2

Desktop speaker stands for Kanto YU2 speakers (Black)

Item # 310S2

Item # 310S2

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About the Kanto S2

Clever angled speaker stands

These ingenious speaker stands are designed to fit a pair of Kanto YU2 desktop speakers. They decouple the speakers from your furniture to reduce unwanted resonance, and introduce a 16-degree upward tilt that helps you hear your music better from a seated position. 

Product highlights:

  • designed to fit Kanto YU2 speakers
  • reduce unwanted vibration that can color sound
  • aluminum base with non-slip foam padding
  • 16° upward vertical tilt
  • weight: 4.8 oz.
  • warranty: 2 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # S2

What's in the box:

  • 2 Desktop speaker stands
  • Cloth drawstring pouch

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Features & specs

Number of Stands Included 2
Stand Type Tabletop
Compatibility Kanto YU2
Height 1.375
Weight Capacity 4
Base Dimensions 4.0 x 5.375
Top Plate Dimensions 2.875 x 4.1875
Materials Steel
Adjustable No
Wire Management No
Fillable No

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Features

Desktop Stands: Pair the Kanto S2 desktop stands with your Kanto YU2 powered desktop speakers or other brand of desktop speakers of similar size and weight.

  • Overall Dimensions: 4.0" (w) x 1.375" (h) x 5.375" (d)
  • Top Plate Dimensions: 2.875" (w) x 4.1875" (d)
  • Base Dimensions: 4.0" (w) x 5.375" (d)
  • Weight Capacity: up to 4 lbs

Note: Your compatible desktop speakers should measure 3" to 5" (w) x 4" to 6.5" (d), and weigh no more than 4 lbs.

16° Vertical Tilt: With 16° of vertical tilt, the S2 desktop speaker stands angle your speakers towards your ears, ensuring you experience the full range of frequencies they have to offer.

Vibration Resistant: The S2 desktop speaker stands features multiple areas of foam padding to maintain stability and reduce vibration.

Available In A Variety Of Colors: The S2 desktop stands are available in a variety of colors ( black, white, aluminum, brass, copper, or stainless steel) to compliment your decor

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Are these adjustable at all? Im assuming not but I am thinking about using these to tilt my center channel HT speaker. It's a Klipsch r34c so I would put one at each end. Would that work? Or is there something out there made specifically for this? Im just worried the angle might be too high and they don't appear to be adjustable. Thanks for any input you can provide.
[ Noel  May 18, 2022 ]
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They're not adjustable. But they only have a 10 degree angle which amounts to about a 3/4 inch rise over the 5 1/2 inch depth of the speaker. I.e. the back is about 1/2 inch above the surface and the front is 1 1/4 inch high. Hope this helps.
[ RONALD  May 23, 2022 ]
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They are not adjustable, I use them on either side of my desk top computer and they do work well and look well.
[ Joseph  May 18, 2022 ]
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They are not adjustable. They're pretty much designed for the Kantos.
[ DOUGLAS  May 18, 2022 ]
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The Kanto S2 stands are not adjustable. According to the specs, each stand is rated for 6lb max so if using two will be 12lb max. Your Klipsch R34c I looked up are 13lbs so you will be above the upper limit. The stands are solidly built but they might not last as long with the extra weight. My Kanto YU2 weighs 3lb each speaker for your reference. As for angle, my Kanto YU2 is 5.25" deep and the stand lifts the bottom front edge of the speaker just over 1.5" from the table. The Klipsch is 6.2" deep so the stand should lift the bottom front edge approx 1.8" off the table. Hope this helps.
[ VINCENT  May 18, 2022 ]
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They are fixed position. It's a slight incline/decline depending on which direction you face the speakers. If you're just trying to angle it a few degrees upwards this should be able to hold the weight but I'd recommend looking for blocks or stands that angle center speakers specifically as these might vibrate or move over time with a larger speaker than they were designed for.
[ Michael  May 18, 2022 ]
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They are not adjustable. I imagine you could bend them somewhat with a little elbow grease. Also they really only provide minimal isolation from the surface they are on. You might be better off looking for some foam isolation wedges that match the angle/size you need.
[ Benjamin  May 18, 2022 ]
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I have a pair of powered desktop speakers and the right speaker with the amp weighs 4.1 lbs. Would this speaker stand work? I see under the details it states not to be over 4lbs and just want to make sure.
[ Fonz  Jun 08, 2020 ]
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Yeah, these things can handle some force, way more than 4lbs. Depending on the weight difference between your left and right speaker, the one containing the amp might sit about 1 or 2mm lower. I would have no problem rolling with these if I were in your situation.
[ Tim  Jun 08, 2020 ]
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The metal speaker stands are well made and the inclined shelf is flexible. I would not worry about the speaker being a little over the recommended weight. I tested this theory somewhat and the shelf flexes. I would be more concerned about the speaker size measurement requirement of 3" to 5" (w) x 4" to 6.5" (d). If your speakers are too large or maybe a non-standard shape, then they could potentially fall off the stand if they are not balanced evenly. My speakers fit the stand properly and are placed well behind the computer monitor so this is not a problem for me.
[ DAN  Jun 08, 2020 ]

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