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    Default Mounted needed for Polk Audio 40

    I need a good mount that will tilt these speakers in a 45 degree angle downwards, and swivel them around 20-30 degrees to the left and right.

    Any ideas? I can use a ceiling mount also as these will be Heights for my setup.

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    welcome to Club Polk

    check out parts-express.com
    http://www.parts-express.com/wizards...AT&srchCat=372

    maybe that would give you an idea of what is available

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    look at my system showcase...i have pictures of what the speakers look like mounted with those AM40 mounts
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    Quote Originally Posted by B Run View Post
    I saw that mount, and was hoping that would work...do I need to purchase anything extra for them to work? Will the 40's have the screw terminal to screw the mount into?

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    my bad...my pics are of the wrong mounts....

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    I've never had the 40's but if i remember right they don't have the keyhole on the back to mount, I think you just need to put one of your choice on the back of each speaker. Please correct me if i'm wrong, I had the 30's and it was very easy to do.
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