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BTech BT-77 drill-less speaker brackets - who owns them?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Charles J P, Oct 10, 2001.

  1. Charles J P

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    I have a pair holding B&W 601S2 about 22lbs. The sides has a grip pads and believe me, my rear speakers are not going anywhere. I think they can hold any bookshelves speaker and tilt about 10 or 15 degrees up and down.
    Good luck...
     
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    Charles,
    I have a pair holding a set of Paradigm Studio 40s for about the past year. They haven't fallen off yet!!!
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    I use them with B&W 602S2's also. They are great!!! I would recommend Blue Tak on the bottom of the speaker if you angle it down, just to be safe. [​IMG] There is not a better wall bracket available for the price - PERIOD. They really look good too!
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