Brackets for MS 902's?

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  1. fowlersrs

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    Not convinced tbh, I think the max weight the 300 brackets are designed for is 4.5, and I think the 902' are atleast 5k's..

    need something a bit more sturdy, ideally something I can hide a cable in aswell coming from the wall...

    anyone else got any ideas?

    :D
     
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    I have the ms300 brackets and while they are fine for my aumni's (2KG's) I think they will never hold 5KG's. They are only made from plastic with a ball joint that you tighten by hand and then twist the speaker 1/4 turn.
     
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    Have a look at the Vogels range as they usually have a bottom clamping support that will do the job.
     

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