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    Default Wall mount of Monitor 40's AM40 mount

    Fronts: Monitor 70's
    Center: CS2
    Rears: Monitor 40's
    Sub: PSW505
    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR707
    Panasonic DMP-BD65
    Panasonic TC-P58S1

    I have yet to mount the 40's, the way the room is built, they would have to be mounted pretty high up on the wall. Is there a limit to the recommended height?

    Really don't want to put them on stands,kids in the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swede_Deep View Post
    Fronts: Monitor 70's
    Center: CS2
    Rears: Monitor 40's
    Sub: PSW505
    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR707
    Panasonic DMP-BD65
    Panasonic TC-P58S1

    I have yet to mount the 40's, the way the room is built, they would have to be mounted pretty high up on the wall. Is there a limit to the recommended height?

    Really don't want to put them on stands,kids in the area.

    I have mine mounted 6+ feet in the air with no problems. Recommend using AM40 Pinpoint Mounts from Amazon. Check out the link to my system showcase to see pics of how they look.
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    That does look great! I have the AM40 Pinpoint Mounts. Them together with the 40's have been collecting dust since April. Well I think I'm off to mount them today then.

    Thanks!

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    Only suggestion I have is that I didnt use the included mounting screws to attach the speaker to the plate. I used industrial strength velco because I didnt want screw holes in the speaker. You could also maybe use blue tack as well.

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    http://rothmans.smugmug.com/Other/Sm...03_SxJRe-M.jpg

    I put 3 screws trough the bottom. At least I know they will not fall on top of my nugget.
    Still got to get around to pull some cable to them. :)

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