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    Default How to mount a CSI A4 below the TV

    I have just put up a series of inwall speakers, and I'm buying a CSI A4. What is the best way to have the center speakers "hang" below the TV. I don't want it sitting on a shelf, I'd rather have it sort of "floating in air".

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    Is your tv wall mounted? Some manufactures make add on center mounts to attach to their TV mounts like this:
    http://www.sanus.com/us/en/products/...r-mount/VMA201

    Although this is a shelf this or similar is another option:
    http://www.sanus.com/us/en/products/...ertical/VF2022

    Lots of companies and lots of options, keep doing your research. Can't comment on these particular stands but I do have a Sanus product and am happy with it.

    Good luck with your search.

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