KEF KHT 1005 wall brackets

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  1. Abbeygoo

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    Quick one - I have seen the KEF KHT 1005 wall brackets in brochures etc - does anyone know if you can angle the speakers once they are on the brackets? If so, by how much? cheers for your help.....
     
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    I've had a quick browse and can't find whether the brackets swivel(!) or not. I'd suggest sending an email to KEF or to Creative Audios - I'm sure they'll provide an answer.
     
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    Bump. I'm also interested. Can the brackets be angled?
     
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    I have am using the wall brackets for the rear speakers for the KEF 1005, and you can angle them left and right. You cannot angle them by much though. As an example, the pic below shows them angled as far as they will go towards the camera:

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    Thanks! the pic really helped. Could you confirm if it does at least goes up or down?
     
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    No, You cannot point them up or down, just left and right.
     

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