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    Question Speaker wall mount recommendations for rear LS/FX surrounds??

    Hello, I have recently moved and now have my own basement finished for a real theater spot and i am mounting my LS/FX rears and i see all different types of wall mounts but i was wondering if anyone has any reccomendations? I see it is basically a screw hole on the back and maybe that might work best.

    Thank you very much for help.
    NEC LT 240K Projector
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    Default LSi/FX

    I've got mine on 30" stands. They sound fantastic. Located on both sides of my room about 3ft dehind the sofa.

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    I too have the LS/FX rear speakers and have up until now used the freestanding floor stands made for these puppies. Since I am in the process of gutting/remodeling my (HT) room, I am also pondering mounting the speakers on the wall as well. However, it seems that I can't position a plate beneath the speaker since I must mount the speaker flush to the wall in order to use the small (mounting) hole. Does a person just pull wire out a small hole in the drywall at the spot where it gets wired to the speaker? Seems rather unprofessional. Any ideas/suggestions are welcome.

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    Are thread revivals ok?

    Anyway, I have the same question, with a twist:

    The LS/fx has a nice 3/8" machine screw tap in the bottom that would make for a great mounting point, if a suitable bracket were to be had. Has anyone ever used this mounting point?

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