Frequently Asked Questions
RTS-Reference Theater Speakers FAQ
How far on the RTS do the Stud Lock mounting brackets stretch?
RTS105 will open to 16 1/4-inches and the RTS100 can be adjusted to accommodate 24-inch ceiling joist spacing.
On the RTS systems how do the Stud Lock Mounts actually work? Screw nut? Wing nuts? Bolt?
The STL105 (Stud Lock mount for RTS105) is screwed into the side studs with standard drywall screws in 3 places on either side. You then tighten down the captured screws and lock washers threaded into a welded capnut to lock the left and right sliding pieces in place.. The STL 100 screws into the joists the same way, with drywall screws. You then lock the left and right sliding pieces in place with 6 molded finger friendly bolts because it’s over your head and harder to reach.
It seems that the RTS 100 and 105 do not match your name scheme, how did you come up with them?
The LCI range now includes 3 separate lines of product for diffent applications. The RTS line is specifically designed as the Reference Theater Series for ultimate home theater use, which will be THX Ultra2 certified. The LCi-IP series is designed for ultimate performance networking solutions. Finally the current Lci range is our high versatility group for multi-room audio of full range home theater use.
This FAQ was last modified on June 18, 2013← Return to Frequently Asked Questions