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    Default Mounting Blackstone speakers on the wall

    For anyone who has Blackstone speakers, have you wall-mounted them? I'm wondering if there's room to wall-mount TL3 front sats and center, and use banana plugs, or would bananas stick out too far? The TL3 manual mentions that a bracket is included, but I can't find a picture of said bracket.
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    From what I remember, no.
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    I ended up using these brackets, and yes you have room for the smaller bananas
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    Quote Originally Posted by txcoastal1 View Post
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    I ended up using these brackets, and yes you have room for the smaller bananas
    I'm using those brackets for the surrounds. Smaller bananas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSkip View Post
    From what I remember, no.
    No to what part?

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    They have a key mount on the back, or at least I thought they did. If you use that, nanners aren't going to work. You'll need brackets like Ron linked to make it work.
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    Since I really want a flush wall mount in the front, I guess I'll have to go spades or bare. Thanks guys!

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