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Thread: Wall Brackets for speakers

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    Wall Brackets for speakers

    I would like to do some changes in my room (this summer) my speakers on the wall hanging with so-called wall brackets.

    Now I realize that there are different types exist:
    -weight
    -swivel
    extra -
    -...

    The weight of the speakers I do not know exactly, that I will have to weigh, but I think you may rely on the type of "max 15kg.

    Does anyone recommend one in brand, and what I should not do so?

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    Re: Wall Brackets for speakers

    Is it ... what kind of speakers do you have? of surround speakers, or just big amplifier to hear?

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    Re: Wall Brackets for speakers

    If such a simple Logitech set is what you want to go even simple enough bolts that come or other do-it-yourself thing can get.

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    Re: Wall Brackets for speakers

    2 big speakers with an amplifier of which there are separately purchased.
    Its also just stereo, not surround.

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    Re: Wall Brackets for speakers

    Are there any holes or something similar to these things to hang? And may there holes on the back holes are drilled? If so you may need 4 screws into the wall and the boxes they go. A bit of the idea of hanging. But with 4 holes.

    The heavier the thing of course, the greater the screws

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    Re: Wall Brackets for speakers

    MWA little box usually has a back inches thick or so if you take short screws for the rest there is still space because the sound box.

    Screw it loose?

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    Re: Wall Brackets for speakers

    We can sit back of a crossover or something, so you have always a small risk.
    Look in the product range , which usually have a solution for such things. may work with a clamp bracket. There are no screws to pass, not on the side of the speakers

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    Re: Wall Brackets for speakers

    Why not make your own bracket. You might make something which looks a bookshelf but only 20 a 30 cm wide. here you can set up your box.

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