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post #1 of 3 Old 06-24-2013, 06:35 AM - Thread Starter
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I've read threads regarding speaker mounts and followed links, however, all require some sort of drilling into the speaker cabinet. My speakers that i'd like to mount are Klipsch rb-61 II. They way 35lbs each. Klipsch decided that these were to be built with no on board mounting options.

I'd like to be able to mount them 7 feet high on the wall, but tilted down towards my work bench. I can't built an articulating shelf. Has anyone seen speaker mounts strong enough that will provide some tilting ability without drilling the cabinet?

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Yes, I saw those but the reviews mentioned putting safety screws in. I would have to think that a 35lb speaker in that mount would need it?

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