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  1. Going to order a couple R-15M's for my rear speakers and mount them higher up on the wall. These mounts off of Amazon claim you just tighten them and the speakers stay in place, I'm not too trusting of that idea. Would I ruin the speaker if I put a screw on each side into the speaker or is that a no-no? I know a strap is an option but that would look tacky in a living room IMHO. Quick side note, is my choice of RC-62 II a good one for a center?
  2. First timer here. So far i'm in love with my two R-28F's and R-12SW. I'm ready to add rear speakers and a center. I'm thinking about the RP-250C for the center and RS-42 II's for the rear. First question, how is my speaker choice and to they match up well? Second question with the RS-42 II's I would like to wall mount them and angle them down, how can I do that? Can I safely drill into the back without damaging anything internally or is there a better mounting solution for these?
  3. The RP-240S and RP-250S speakers for wall mounting have a keyhole and a threaded hole to accept an optional "wall bracket", pictured in the Reference Premier User Manual, page 7, figure 4. This bracket is not included nor identified by type or source, and I cannot I find one online at sources such as Home Depot and True Value. While the keyhole mount alone supports the weight, the wall bracket would be required to prevent tumbling during an earthquake or due to someone bumping into its base. Please provide a type and source for the pictured wall bracket (preferably by manufacturer, item name, and SKU). Klipsch Reference Premier User Manual_page 7 fig 4.pdf
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