Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Hysteria, Jun 6, 2004.
Hi, I wana mount my sats on to my wall. I'm unsure what mounts to use. Thanks in advance.
I would guess that with those holes in the back of your speakers you don't need to buy any mounts for them, just use a couple of screws into the wall and hang the speakers on them.
I seem to be spending this week following Mark around and agreeing with him and it seems that I have to do it yet again.
Don't worry Ian, I'm sure well find something to disagree over very soon
Wouldn't there be unwanted vibrations?.
I have my M&K K4 rear speakers mounted just like in your pic and there are no audible vibrations whatsoever
Ok cool. See that gold threaded ring?, you recon thats for a pesific mount?.
If that gold ring is for a specific mount then I would suggest getting onto the web site of the manufacturer of your speakers (you haven't told us what they are) and see if they have the mount listed there. If not then I would guess that there is no specific mount - either their own or a third parties. But I would still suggest going for the screws in the wall method as I would think that it is going to be a lot cheaper than buying the mounts. If you don't like the results you can always buy the mounts at a later date.
If those are the Pioneer S40's I use a screw and hang it on the higher hole. The only problem is they coccasional move left to right
Yeah there sp40's, Could i use the second lower hole to counteract the swing?.
I've never managed it, as you put the hole over the screw and move the speaker down to lock it in place. The lower hole goes to the left/right rather than down. Perhaps I slightly exagerated on the swing. My 2/3 settee is resting agains the cables and if the settee accidently moves the speaker does too.
Alrite cool, Screw's it is then. Thanks for the help everbody.
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