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    Default monitor 30 mounting options with BT-38


    I'm thinking of using the B-Tech BT-38 to mount the Monitor 30. Problem is that mount requires to drill a hole into the cabinet. So my question is if it is safe to drill, where would I drill so not to damage the internals of the speaker? Can you please provide a schematics of the inside?

    I know I could use the BT-77 so I would not need to drill a hole on the cabinet, however the reason I chose the BT-38 because it has 37 degrees of tilt compared to 7 degrees of the BT-77.

    Below is the link for the manual of the BT-38

    Thanks in advance.

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    I think you will be fine if you want to be safer take the speaker out and drill from the inside out
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