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    Default Wall mounts for RTI a1

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    Do you think these would work with A3's?

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    they are listed as an optional accessory for the RTi A3 on Crutchfield's site so i guess they should be ok

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    They will work, but the curved cabinets of the RTiA series will make it a little tricky for any standard mount. These are great with my RTi4s, but they have flat sides. You will likely have to use the included screws to hold these speakers securely, especially if you're going to angle them downward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdaudioguy View Post
    They will work, but the curved cabinets of the RTiA series will make it a little tricky for any standard mount. These are great with my RTi4s, but they have flat sides. You will likely have to use the included screws to hold these speakers securely, especially if you're going to angle them downward.
    Are you talkin about putting a screw into the speaker. Not gonna do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    they are listed as an optional accessory for the RTi A3 on Crutchfield's site so i guess they should be ok
    They work - I used a pair of these for my RTiA3s:
    http://erikt.cts.com/Pictures/hometh...ater-valor.JPG


    I really did not want to put screws into the sides of the cabinets so I used a tip from a fellow Polkie here - Zip ties thru the rear power port and looped to the wall mount:
    http://erikt.cts.com/Pictures/hometh...A3-Mount-1.JPG
    http://erikt.cts.com/Pictures/hometh...A3-Mount-2.JPG
    http://erikt.cts.com/Pictures/hometh...A3-Mount-3.JPG

    Very Secure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumlie View Post
    Are you talkin about putting a screw into the speaker. Not gonna do that.
    Yes, thought you'd want to know that might be necessary. I've got 2 small screws into the bottom of mine. The base of this mount is like a clamp that can be tightened, but with the rounded cabinets of the RTiA series, it could be tough to secure them without also using at least one screw.
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    Excellent suggestion, Erik. That sounds like a winner.
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    Thanks Erik! You just made my day. I have been looking for some good mounts for the A3. Your install looks nice!

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    Thankyou all.

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