Originally Posted by juic-E-juice
Next question guys: I have junction boxes with banana plug outlets in them. I can't seem to find an intelligent solution to mounting the A'Diva's directly to the junction box. AG makes a junction box plate with a ball joint, but it seems to only be for the Micro series. I'm looking for a similar solution for the A'Divas.
It would be awesome if there were such a thing as a double ended banana plug with a tension joint in the center, but I'm sure that would be a custom fab part.
I think I have found one possible solution, but it requires an internet purchase just to get it in my hands to look at it and mock it up.
Edit: I think that the junction box plates should work with the A'diva Tis- they are not much heavier than the Micros. You may want to ask AG first at roundsound.com- I've had good luck with responses from them.
What I did was order some wall mounts from Orb Audio- they are about 1/3 the price, but the correct size. I then bought some decorative wood "plates" just large enough to cover the junction box hole, found in unfinished arts/crafts retailers that I pre-drilled to fit on the junction box, to pass the wire through, and to mount the stands to. I painted them, pulled the cable through, mounted them to the junction box, then attached the wall mounts. Finally, I mounted the speakers. It's a very tight fit to mount the speakers, so I ended up winding the cable in the opposite direction, so that it straightened out when fully mounted.
Here's a picture of the 30° mounts with AG Micros. The A'divas should fit, but be just a little bit harder to finish mounting.