Mounting Dipole Speakers

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  1. Domonic A

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    I am going to be using B&W dipole speakers in my theater. My question is this:

    Is it possible to have the junction box for the wire directly behind the speaker or would it have to be placed off the the side? I could either pull enough wire into the junction box or do they make a recessed binding post to fit the box.

    Which way would you do it? I think it would be best to just have the wire coiled up in the junction box with out the use of binding posts.

    Thanks for the help,

    Domonic
     
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    I am going to be using B&W dipole speakers in my theater. My question is this:

    Is it possible to have the junction box for the wire directly behind the speaker or would it have to be placed off the the side? I could either pull enough wire into the junction box or do they make a recessed binding post to fit the box.

    Which way would you do it? I think it would be best to just have the wire coiled up in the junction box with out the use of binding posts.

    Thanks for the help,

    Domonic
     
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    Bingo. I’d have the wire coming out directly behind the speaker, so that it can’t be seen at all.

    Regards,
    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     
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    Bingo. I’d have the wire coming out directly behind the speaker, so that it can’t be seen at all.

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    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     

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