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Speaker Mounts

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by Matt*L, Mar 6, 2004.

  1. Matt*L

    Matt*L Auditioning

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    Could someone tell me what the options are for mounting the surround speakers to the wall?

    Do you have to drill holes in the back of the speaker?

    Also - I would like to get ones that swivel (if they make them) - where would I pick something like that up?
     
  2. Mitch G

    Mitch G Agent

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    Although your choices depend to some extent on the size of the speakers you have, it sounds like you want bt-77 or something like that. (See pinpoint-mktg dot com.)

    They don't require screwing into the speaker (in most cases) and they swivel.


    Mitch
     
  3. Doug MacGregor

    Doug MacGregor Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi Matt.
    You could also use the BT34's if your Surrounds have a keyhole mount on the back.
     
  4. Frank Zimkas

    Frank Zimkas Supporting Actor

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    Do a Google search for Omnimount, they make mutliple configurations of swivel-type mounts.
     
  5. Dave Schofield

    Dave Schofield Second Unit

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    To second Mitch's suggestion, I purchased the BT-77s a few years back. I would highly recommend them.

    BT-77 from Crutchfield.com

    I use them with Paradigm Mini-Monitors, which I would consider to be a rather large surround speaker and I haven't had any problems or concerns.
     
  6. Dustin Harrison

    Dustin Harrison Stunt Coordinator

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    A quick inexpensive solution would be to pick some up at your local Home Depot for $20
     

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