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Old 07-30-2010, 04:03 PM - Thread Starter
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I have purchased a Sony HT-CT150 Soundbar to attach under a hanging 32" LCD in a small room. I also purchased the Universal Soundbar-Speaker Brackets to hang the soundbar under the LCD. Has anyone been successful in using these brackets with the CT150? The back of the CT150 has only two of the large holes typically used for a wall mounting. The brackets come supplied with machine screws, washers and nuts. I cannot get the screw to stop turning while I am trying to tighten the nut against the bracket. The hole is not big enough to get your finger in there to hold the head of the screw from turning. Frustrating! Help!
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Old 08-01-2010, 06:15 AM
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When tightening the nut I also anchor the bolt by putting the screwdriver in the head. Does that make sense?
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I have the universal bracket as well (have not used it yet) but here are two options.

Option 1: Dont use the screws at all,, just use some heavy duty velcro.
Option 2: Put a second bolt on the screw with just enough space between the two bolts to fit the screw slots on the bar.

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