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Originally Posted by ahblaza
Thanks for the reply, I was mainly concerned how wall mounted slant boxes near ceiling would work, not so much the SVS speakers themselves just the mounting method. I'm deciding between box design, the slants on wall near ceiling won't work for me as my ceilings are around 8'.5" high. I was hoping you had similar height dimensions and could share your impressions, if I had your ceiling height it would be a no brainer but I don't.
I'll be using the Volt 6 conventional ported boxes, I have to come up with a DIY mount as my ceilings are concrete with steel beams for support. I may have to hire someone to put these up, my age dictates that, I was hoping to take the easy way out with wall mounting near the ceiling but that's a no go....anyway thanks my friend for the reply.
Jeff: Is mounting the volt 6 straight to the ceiling an option? If so remove the driver and drill through the back of the speaker into the ceiling. Go to your local hardware store and tell them u need an anchor/bolt for concrete. I'm assuming these are for Atmos use? If not then disregard this post.
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