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How about one of the anti vibration clips? Make a bracket to hold the speaker and attach it to the clip after it is screwed to one of the 2x2's. You'd be able to rotate it on the single screw and relocate it leaving only a small screw hole that would be easily filled. The screw with a washer would clamp the rubber grommet to the wood, isolating the speaker.

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I may end up moving them 50 times, that would leave 200 holes... so I'm definitely looking for a clamp of sorts that can be move without leaving marks worse than paint scratch.

Have found something, need to find out if it can take the speaker weight (which shouldn't be a lot, it's a tiny one).


Hooked up both the front highs and the front wides and played some stereo music on them two and two to find out if my placements agreed with the speakers and I must say it worked beyond expectation. Sonically I did notice that they are quite a bit brighter than my main brand, so they could really need some serious EQing later on for a closer timbre match.

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