VIVO Premium Universal 25 inch Floor Speaker Stands for Surround Sound and Book Shelf Speakers, 2 Stands Included, STAND-SP03B

(10 customer reviews)



VIVO universal high gauge cold rolled steel speaker stands (2 stands) for satellite speakers, bookshelf speakers, and more. Designed to elevate your speakers and enhance audio sound, STAND-SP03B’s sleek attractive appearance is perfect for any home theater system. The stands are supported by dual steel pillars and can carry weights up to 22 lbs each. Features include removable carpet spikes for a sturdy foundation, and a unique steel rolled base design. Total height from the floor to the top shelf measures 25″. Top shelf measures 6.25” x 6.25” and the base measures 9.5” x 9.5”

Universal surround sound speaker stand system for satellite speakers, bookshelf speakers, and more
Built to hold weight up to 22lbs

Two stands included
High gauge cold rolled steel speaker stands (2 stands included) in sleek matte black finish
Detachable carpet spikes for carpet placement
Removable padded feet for solid floor placement

Additional information

Weight 5.27 kg
Dimensions 24.13 × 63.5 cm




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Batteries Required


Material Type

Alloy Steel

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Includes Remote


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Product Dimensions

‎24.13 x 24.13 x 63.5 cm; 5.27 Kilograms



Date First Available

11 October 2016



10 reviews for VIVO Premium Universal 25 inch Floor Speaker Stands for Surround Sound and Book Shelf Speakers, 2 Stands Included, STAND-SP03B

  1. Eb

    Sturdy, Easy to Assemble, But Pretty Short
    These are pretty sturdy speaker stands, but they’re shorter than I thought. Even given the posted measurements in the product description, they seem a little smaller than they should be. That said, I’m using them and they work just fine.

  2. R. Carter

    Cost-effective design, marred by oversold performance expectations
    I want to open this by saying that all of my previous experiences with VIVO products, particularly their monitor mounts, have far exceeded my expectations for value and performance. I have come to expect VIVO products to deliver exactly the functionality advertised with simple rock-solid construction and no frills.After revamping my home theatre furniture, it finally came time to grab some stands for my front left/right bookshelf speakers in my surround setup. Going in I was expecting to end up somewhere around $200-300 for the pair. When I spotted this pair from VIVO for just $60 I was skeptical, but having been surprised and completely satisfied with my previous VIVO purchases I decided to take the plunge.Like my other VIVO products, the design of these stands are an exercise in simple, efficient engineering. Each stand is made up of two strong steel tubes with stamped steel plates bolted to the top and bottom. The base plate cleverly uses folded under corners to create feet for the floor pads or carpet spikes.The issue with the design is that the stamped steel used for the base plate is simply not rigid enough to provide the stability necessary for this product. When standing alone they are noticeably wobbly and will easily sway with even a light touch. With a 15lbs speaker on top (note: the advertised weight limit for these stands is 44lbs per the manual) the stands are comically unstable. Upon closer investigation it became very obvious the problem solely lies with the base plate – even holding less than 1/3 of the rated weight the base very obviously bows and springs back with just a feather touch on the speaker resting on top. It’s bad when parallel to the vertical posts, and significantly worse when perpendicular.While these might work adequately as a cheap option to hold small lightweight satellite speakers for a surround setup, and using the spikes with carpet may provide the slight stability boost they need to work well there, they’re just too unstable to recommend to anybody. I hope we see an updated design of these with a much heavier and stiffer base plate design. This would be a much more desirable product even if it comes at a 20-30% cost premium over this version.

  3. Josh & Fannie

    Works as advertised
    Sturdy metal, looks just like the photos, does the job.

  4. Omar C.

    Pretty nice
    I thought those were biggerNice product the price

  5. Eric IIDX

    Great stands with a few negligible flaws
    I bought these Vivo stands because my speakers wouldn’t fit in my entertainment stand, and the price was right. Overall, I am very pleased. Assembly was very simple, and requires only a screwdriver. The black finish is without issue. They seem as sturdy as I’d expect, considering they’re supporting ~10 lbs. speakers 2+ feet off the ground. I can wobble them a little by hand, but they are perfectly sturdy otherwise — I intentionally walked past them as heavily as I could with no issue. My cats may update this review regarding stability in the future… hopefully not. I’m considering placing heavy steel weights on the base, but only because of the cats. These are satisfactorily sturdy.Complaints are minor — one speaker base is clearly warped the slightest bit, but due to the configurable design (adjustable spikes,) the speakers are made level. The instructions recommend installing wall anchors to increase stability, but nothing of the sort is included, nor are there any installation spots for such a thing.That’s it — otherwise, these are stable, nice-looking speaker stands.

  6. Matt O

    Not on my main system, but I have a pair of Klipsch RP-600Ms on these for a two channel system in the bedroom. They hold the speakers up just fine if left to themselves. I don’t think I’d feel comfortable if I had kids, pets or they were near heavy foot traffic.

  7. Amazon Customer

    only good for very small speakers. worked Ok for my Dali Spector 1

  8. Armando Victoria

    Se ven bien. Peto no son muy altas.
    Para algunas bocinas hay que adherirlas con cinta doble cara

  9. Myles M.

    Good product
    I did not use this as a speaker stand. The product was used as a base for a circular table top about 12″ in diameter. The only problem I have encountered is that I am not sure if the folded metal feet on the bottom plate are all folded the same, as it is a bit wobbly on our hardwood floor. The small levelers and pads will solve this problem

  10. Cyberc@t

    It’s ok…. just for echo studios…..
    Bought it for my echo studios. It’s fine for them. Wouldn’t be fine for any kind of quality speakers, which echo studios are not. Logo only appears on one stand and looks very mismatched. Kids, pets would likely topple them over if given a chance. I wish they had something for the echo sub……

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