Advice needed for Wall-Mountable Mains

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  1. MicahLaDousa

    MicahLaDousa Auditioning

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    I am moving to New York City soon and I don't think that my B&W setup is going to work in my new smaller aprtment. I am looking for a set of mains that have to be wall-mountable and around $1000 or less. I have been looking at the Definitive Mythos series but want to see what else is out there. I welcome any and all opinions.

    Thanks,
    Micah
     
  2. BrianTwig

    BrianTwig Second Unit

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    I had to go with inwall speakers because of WAF and through my research found some onwalls that I would have liked but were just out of budget. Such as the RBH WM-24. Couldn't find a single negative review on them. RBH has some others whose model number escape me at the moment.

    Axion also has a range of onwalls that might be of interest to you.
     
  3. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    You don’t necessarily need wall-mountable speakers. You can always build a shelf to set them on. That gives you the option of just about any so-called bookshelf speakers.

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    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     
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    Take a look at Magnepan speakers.
     

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