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The BP8040SR's have a keyhole slot located on the back for mounting on the wall. Very easy and simple. Just use a quality wall anchor if mounting on sheet rock.
@pmeintel ~ Thanks for the response.

Was just wondering since I already had BP 90's in place, would these be able to use those, or will I have to remove and replace.

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Hello All,


Long time Lurker, first time poster. Let me start out with my setup
Def Tech BP8040st towers
Def Tech ProCenter 1000
Def Tech Supercube I
Def Tech Promonitor 800s (surrounds)
Sony STRDN1030 AVR


I recently put together this system, upgrading from my old school Bose Acoustimass 10 setup (I know it sucked compared to this. For some reason, it seems that the Procenter 1000 cant keep up with the rest of the speakers. It sounds low compared to the rest. I played with the adjustments for the Center on the AVR and it still is low. Would the CS-8040HD be worth buying to replace this? Is it any better?? Thanks in advance.
double check the center placement,and wiring connections, if it isn't pointed directly at the listener ear height it can sound off
you have 16 or 14 gauge wire, 18 gauge or thinner is not recommended
no stray wire strands touching each other

your center should have no issues keeping up

what are you testing with?

Audyssey is a great start, but not always a great finish.
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double check the center placement,and wiring connections, if it isn't pointed directly at the listener ear height it can sound off
you have 16 or 14 gauge wire, 18 gauge or thinner is not recommended
no stray wire strands touching each other

your center should have no issues keeping up

what are you testing with?


im running 12AWG Sewell 259 Strand 6 ft. cables with banana plugs for the L/C/R


14 AWG wire for the rear 4 promonitor 800s


I just used the standard Sony AutoCal to set up the speakers. Maybe I need to fine tune them.
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