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  1. 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?
  2. Hello, I just purchased the Klipsch R-14M 4-Inch Reference Bookshelf Speakers to use as my surround speakers. I have to mount them to the beam in my basement and have them pointing down to where the couch is. The back of the speakers has a hole where I can connect to a screw or nail and it would mount them but I want to be able to tilt them and would like some advice on what the best mount would be. I'm afraid to buy a mount with a plate I have to attach to the speaker with screws because I don't want to mess up the speaker or the sound. Thank you for any help you can give me.
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    Hi, I am planning to mount my R-14M to the ceiling using the following mount a Colytech SP-OS04 mounts: http://www.cotytech.com/content-product_info/product_id-2275/ceiling_bracket_for_large_satellite_speaker_sp_os04.html. There are two options: to attach the mount plate to the side wall of the speaker or to the top wall. Could someone advise which way would be better, as well as what type, size and number of screws to use? Thanks.
  4. hi guys, i got a pair of RS-42II which i need to mount in my bulk head. My room is situated in a way where i can't place them anywhere else. Now, i don't know which mount is perfect for that.. could one of you recommend something for me? Also, if i do mount it high up there and point it downwards, will i be missing out?? I have attached pictures of my room and setup. Speakers need to be mounted up top. Currently i have them sitting on the ledge, but i don't want them there as it' doesn't look good. The speaker takes those 2 holes which i've attached also.
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