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    Default How do you mount surround speakers on the stands?

    Basic question... I really don't want to drill any holes in the bottoms of my R15's. I also don't like the idea of permanently pasting velcro strips....

    Please help! Thanks!
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    very carefully. most conventional stands are not intended to support the weight of both the speaker and some speakersex-crazed slobbering audiophile attempting to uh,mount(?) them.

    seriously though, try blu tack.


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    +1 Blu tack

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