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I have 3 RF7IIs across the front and RS62IIs for surrounds. I am going to use RB81IIs for height and wide channels. What can I use to mount these speakers so they tilt and aim down without falling? Any manufactured stands out there for these large bookshelves. Thanks

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Youthman- So you had to screw into the speaker. I believe I used to have those mounts I used w/ Aperion 532 bookshelfs and it slid out on me. Didn't really want to screw into the speaker but if I have to. Any other ideas?

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Youthman- So you had to screw into the speaker.

I REALLY didn't want to screw into the RB-35's but I figured that I would rather have 2 tiny screws in the bottom of the speakers than a dead child when it landed on their head. There are probably some makeshift ways of securing the unit that wouldn't require screws.

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I built my own. I couldn't find anything I thought was suitable to hold the weight of RB-61's over a long time period reliably. Basically I built a triangle frame bolted to the ceiling. Disassembled the RB-61's, drilled some wholes and ran lag bolts up into the frame I built. ( I know I lost a lot of folks on the drill holes part, but they are just surrounds not a $2,000 tower)

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NOTE: yes I know they are upside down. That was intentional. Point was to get the tweeters away from the hard ceiling to minimize an immediate reflection.

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I built my own. I couldn't find anything I thought was suitable to hold the weight of RB-61's over a long time period reliably. Basically I built a triangle frame bolted to the ceiling. Disassembled the RB-61's, drilled some wholes and ran lag bolts up into the frame I built. ( I know I lost a lot of folks on the drill holes part, but they are just surrounds not a $2,000 tower)

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NOTE: yes I know they are upside down. That was intentional. Point was to get the tweeters away from the hard ceiling to minimize an immediate reflection.

I like it, good thinking. [Y]

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