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    Hello. I am FINALLY upgrading my receiver, and on Monday I will get my Denon AVR-4810ci. It has the ability to do 11.1, but for now I think I will try a 9.1 system. I currently have a 7.1 system with all Polk RtiA series speakers except the fronts, for which hopefully I will upgrade later this year. I am looking at purchasing a pair of the Rti A1's for the front height speakers, but will probably need to use a mount in order to point them slightly down towards the listener. I have never purchased a mount in my life and thought maybe someone might have a good match for these speakers. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by florad View Post
    Hello. I am FINALLY upgrading my receiver, and on Monday I will get my Denon AVR-4810ci. It has the ability to do 11.1, but for now I think I will try a 9.1 system. I currently have a 7.1 system with all Polk RtiA series speakers except the fronts, for which hopefully I will upgrade later this year. I am looking at purchasing a pair of the Rti A1's for the front height speakers, but will probably need to use a mount in order to point them slightly down towards the listener. I have never purchased a mount in my life and thought maybe someone might have a good match for these speakers. Thanks!
    I use RTiA3s for fronts - wall mounted using the B-Tech BT-77.
    http://erikt.cts.com/Pictures/hometh...ater-valor.JPG
    http://erikt.cts.com/Pictures/hometh...A3-Mount-1.JPG

    But there are other choices like Omnimount.

    The B-Techs work well - but be advised because the RTiA1 cabinets are curved, the BTech mounts rely on side 'pinching' brackets so you may want to zip tie the RTiA1s to the mount like I did if you tilt them down - it works and is secure.

    Cheers!

    H9: If you don't trust what you are hearing, then maybe you need to be less invested in a hobby which all the pleasure comes from listening to music.

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