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Old August 21st, 2010, 10:59 PM
cyndicate cyndicate is offline
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Recommended speaker mounts for HB-1?

Hi All,

I purchased the Enthusiast set awhile back ( I believe two years ago) and am still really digging it. At the moment my HB-1 MK2's are currently on speaker stands, and in all four corners of the room it eats up a pretty big amount of space. Is there a certain wall mount you guys would recommend that I can just bolt to my walls and put my speakers on? Trying to move stuff around and having the speakers off the stands will free up a ton of space in my room.


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Old August 22nd, 2010, 1:10 PM
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Hi Will,

Take a look at some side clamping wall mounts such as these: http://www.bracketsandstands.com/AM4...ETS_p/am40.htm

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Old August 22nd, 2010, 3:31 PM
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I'll second the AM40's. I heard they were good, and I needed some mounts for my HB-1's, but I didn't want to spend the $60 they cost, I thought I could get away with cheaper mounts. I bought the kind they sell at monoprice for $15, which claimed they could hold 30 lbs. In fact, they struggled with 10 lbs and were a disaster, so I just bit the bullet and got the AM40's. They comfortably hold the HB-1's, and you don't even have to drill any holes in your speakers to mount them, unlike all the other speaker mounts rated to hold the weight of the HB-1's (15 lbs).
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