Originally Posted by Smarty-pants
I would (IMHO) definately NOT drill holes in the bottom of the cabinets if I didn't have to. That makes me cringe just thinking about it. Putting holes in the back is bad enough.
I know, me too, that's why I'm reluctant. Of course, I'm trying to come to grips with the fact that I paid $150 for the pair (they aren't $$$$$ speakers, if you know what I mean), and I don't want them falling off the walls! However, from a physics standpoint, it unfortunately is logical that there is no product out there that allows flexible tilting and rotating without altering the cabinet somehow. I have to make the call about the holes, I know that, but now I just want to make sure I won't damage what matters most. . .the SOUND.
I just took off the rear connection bracket off the back of one of mine and the back panel measure 5/8" thick.
Thanks for that info; it is very helpful. I guess the $64,000 question is: Can it support the entire speaker weight?
Here are links for the products I found, in case it helps anyone else in the same predicament:B-Tech BT-77Omnimount 20.0Omnimount 30.0
(Cannot find product page on manufacturer site)
I just came across this one as well, but they recommend 1" screws going into the cabinet.
Vantage Point Soundgear Theatre