Bose UFS-20 Assembly Instructions

Updated February 21, 2017

The Bose UFS-20 speaker stand, or "floor stand" as it is called by the manufacturer, provides a stable surface for a Bose speaker that is being used as part of a home theatre or audio listening speaker system. Assembling the Bose UFS-20 requires the use of a few tools that are commonly found around the house. No special skills are required.

Stand the UFS-20 base on the floor with the short end facing you. Unscrew the locking nut from the bottom of the stand's base with your fingers. Run the end of the speaker cable that will be connected to a speaker through the bottom of the base. Run the speaker wire through the bottom of the speaker stand and out of the bent top.

Insert the unbent end of the speaker stand into the hole in the base. Screw the speaker stand into the base by rotating it with your hands. Stop screwing the stand into the base when the bent end at the top of the speaker stand is facing away from you.

Place the locking nut over the end of the speaker stand that is poking through the bottom of the base. Screw the locking nut back on with your fingers. Tighten the nut with pliers.

Connect the "Plus" and "Minus" labelled speaker wires on the speaker cable to the "Plus" and "Minus" labelled connections on the back of the Bose speaker.

Place the back of the Bose speaker against the speaker plate at the top of the UFS-20. Tighten the locking screws on the back of the speaker plate to secure it to the Bose speaker -- use a Phillips screwdriver. Repeat this entire procedure with the other UFS-20 speaker stand.


The Bose UFS-20 speaker stand is optimally designed for use with Bose speakers.

Things You'll Need

  • Speaker cables
  • Pliers
  • Bose speakers
  • Phillips screwdriver
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