Thanks, are there any other speakers in a similar design that might be better suited?There would not be a lot in it, T305 would be better because of their bigger dimensions. You would literally be swopping them for aesthetics. They are designed to work at their best fixed to the wall.
If you are going to mount them directly to the wall (they have mounting sections built into the speakers for flush wall mounting), I would use Kef's stands which have a crossovers alteration built into them to help the speakers perform better as they do not work the best when mounted away from the wall. The reason behind this is the speaker uses the wall to produce some of its soundAre there any angled brackets available for the T301's? Seems odd to use them for surrounds when they cannot be toed in at all.