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  1. While they are remodeling my den/home theater, I’m going to get them to reinforce the ceiling, building places to mount 6 Heresy II, for incorporation into my home theater. First pair I want to go on modified bookshelves, where the kg3 & kg1’s are now.
  2. Hello Everybody! i´d like to ask if you think its worth changing the placing of my speakers. The photo is taken from the middle spot of my couch. (i know, the setup is quiet horrible, but the space is very limited ^^) The changings are marked red. - buy wallmounts for my speakers - wallmount the front speakers at the LS marked circles - move the tv 18cm to the left - place the AVR on the Sideboard Speakers: Klipsch RP-500m Sub: SVS SB2000 AVR: Denon X3500 (the litte stand the tv is placed on: i build it to place a RP-500C in it, in the future. For rears i´d like to use the 400m) if i would do that, the left speaker would be around 74cm away from the tv and the right speaker about 60-65cm. The (at least i think) advantages : - TV would be almost in the middle from the middlespot of the couch - the "stereo stage" would be mouch wider - the AVR gets air - i could use the third drawer again disadvantages: - TV would not be in the middle from the two front speakers - the Speakers would be to close to the wall? What do you think? Would be thankful for any advice :) If it worked that way, i almost thought about upgrading to 600m , but i think they definitely need more space, right? ^^ ...and sorry for my bad english. +.+
  3. Greetings! Has anyone wall mounted a RP-450C or 450 CA? This is what I would prefer doing so I will not have to purchase new entertainment furniture. If you have successfully wall mounted, can you link me to the items you used (wall shelf/brackets/etc.)? Thank you in advance. Kev
  4. I'm looking for options to wall or ceiling mount my RP 160M bookshelf speakers. They are pretty heavy, 20 lbs, and will be right overhead where we sit so I'm quite concerned about making sure they are super secure as if they fell it could result in a pretty serious injury. I would love any/all suggestions on a good solution to mount them securely. Thanks!
  5. I am trying to find some options to wall mount and ceiling mount my RP-240S surround speakers. Can anyone please give some suggestions.
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