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Question High-angle tilt speaker mount

I'm looking to mount some HSU HB1 Mk2 speakers about 12' high, directly behind a couch. This poses some problems because there are no mounting screw holes on these speakers and I need to angle them down a good 45 degrees or more. Has anyone had any success with a similar setup? The speakers are about 14lbs.

I've seen some commercial mounts that would work, but they are way too big. Everything I've found so far that is a more reasonable size, either doesn't tilt more than about 10 degrees or would struggle to hold the weight.

Thanks for any suggestions!
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Regular speaker mount, then add one of these:

https://www.amazon.com/45-degree-ang...+angle+bracket

.. or make your own from 1/2 galvanized plumbing pipe, flanges for each end, 45 degree elbow, two short lengths of pipe, and a can of spray paint.

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Ah, thanks for the idea. I hadn't considered that!
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