Chief FCA831 Fusion Side Channel Speaker Adapter for Large Displays

BH #CHFCA831 • MFR #FCA831
Chief FCA831 Fusion Side Channel Speaker Adapter for Large Displays
Key Features
  • Works with Chief Fusion Series Mounts
  • Works with Wall, Ceiling, & Cart Mounts
  • Adjustable Width
  • Tilt Adjustment for Ceiling, Cart Mounts
Mount your front home theater speakers alongside your TV with the Chief FCA831 Fusion Side Channel Speaker Adapter. Designed to mount directly to your Chief Fusion wall, ceiling, or cart mount, it will eliminate the need for a shelf, speaker stands, or separate speaker wall mounts. The FCA831 has an adjustable width, and tilt adjustment is also available when used with a ceiling or cart mount.
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Chief FCA831 Overview

Mount your front home theater speakers alongside your TV with the Chief FCA831 Fusion Side Channel Speaker Adapter. Designed to mount directly to your Chief Fusion wall, ceiling, or cart mount, it will eliminate the need for a shelf, speaker stands, or separate speaker wall mounts. The FCA831 has an adjustable width, and tilt adjustment is also available when used with a ceiling or cart mount.

UPC: 841872163840

Chief FCA831 Specs

CompatibilityChief Fusion series wall, ceiling, and cart mounts
Tilt AdjustmentWhen Used with Ceiling or Cart Mounts: ±10°
Width Adjustment-Mounting DeviceWhen Used with Medium Landscape Wall Mounts: 34.4 to 57.8" (87.4 to 146.8 cm)
When Used with Large Landscape Wall Mounts: 36.8 to 66.8" (93.5 to 169.7 cm)
When Used with Medium Landscape Ceiling or Cart Mounts: 36.2 to 57.6" (92.0 to 146.3 cm)
When Used with Large Landscape Ceiling or Cart Mounts: 35.6 to 65.6" (90.4 to 166.6 cm)
Dimensions (HxD)15.8 x 0.7" (40.0 x 1.7 cm)
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight14 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)20.5 x 10.5 x 7"
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