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I just got the Pioneer sp-bs22-lr and I don't see a way to mount them. I bought a universal mount from monoprice. Can I drill into the bottom of the back? I can attach a picture of the back of you require, I'd just have to find a site to upload.

Thanks for the ideas, my wife would really like them off the end table lol!
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Not particularly familiar with that speaker but seems it doesn't come with mounting options, more meant for stands or shelves than wall mounting. You can drill if you don't mind the aesthetic change. You could also try a mount like the Pinpoint AM-40 if you don't want to drill....
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Not particularly familiar with that speaker but seems it doesn't come with mounting options, more meant for stands or shelves than wall mounting. You can drill if you don't mind the aesthetic change. You could also try a mount like the Pinpoint AM-40 if you don't want to drill....
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I don't mind drilling at all. I'm not familiar with structure of speakers but if a small screw won't hurt the sound great. Thanks
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Only precaution, you might want to make sure of what's on the inside where you plan to drill, I assume there's a crossover network board in there somewhere, so you might want to pull the driver out and take a peek inside first in any case.

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Small shelves is my recommendation.

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Sounds like you need something like these, speaker brackets.
http://www.richersounds.com/product/speaker-brackets/btech/bt77/btec-bt77

Can hold 25kg and can tilt downwards.
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Sounds like you need something like these, speaker brackets.
http://www.richersounds.com/product/speaker-brackets/btech/bt77/btec-bt77

Can hold 25kg and can tilt downwards.

Looks identical to what's marketed here as the Pinpoint Am40 I mentioned (and use).

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