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Hi, my projector is back wall mounted and just noticed when base hits (no sub now), I can see the image vibration. For those with wall mounted, how you deal with it?


at the moment my sub needs to go for repair so I'm just running 3 x Klipsch RF82
 

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no one has/ had this isue?
 

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Originally Posted by yourtoys7 /forum/post/18183236


Hi, my projector is back wall mounted and just noticed when base hits (no sub now), I can see the image vibration. For those with wall mounted, how you deal with it?


at the moment my sub needs to go for repair so I'm just running 3 x Klipsch RF82

Here you go
 

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Originally Posted by yourtoys7 /forum/post/18183236


Hi, my projector is back wall mounted and just noticed when base hits (no sub now), I can see the image vibration. For those with wall mounted, how you deal with it?


at the moment my sub needs to go for repair so I'm just running 3 x Klipsch RF82

reduce the volume.
 

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reduce the volume.

thanks, it's not that loud it's just enjoyable
 

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Perhaps a ceiling mount if that's an option for you. I just posted just recently in my old AX200 shaking thread in here. I have more shaking than most (4 18" IB subs with 3600 watts behind them) and ceiling mounting has completely cured the violent shaking I got before.
 

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Get a sub, run your speakers small, and get a thing under the sub called a subdude. I use dual subs and got two of the subdudes and it cured my issue with this. I run loud and hard though.
 
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