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#2797 - 04/26/02 02:27 PM QS4
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I recently got my QS4s. I hade a question though. How do you install these puppies. They came with 4 brackets. Should the brackets be nailed to the wall and the speakers sit in the brackets?? I did not get any screws or nails to fix these brackets. Do have to screw them or am I getting the whole thing wrong here...

Suggestions please...

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#2798 - 04/27/02 02:58 PM Re: QS4
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I have the QS4's,and I hung them to the wall using the brackets that came with the speakers,and No screws came with them. Don't use nails, I used 1 1/2 inch drywall screws.If you can't screw into a stud behind your wall,than you might want to use plug ancures with your screws. Also Ian suggested in one of his posts,for the best placement for Axiom surrounds is behind the seating area on the back wall, 1 foot from ceiling. I went 1 1/2 feet from top instead,for appearence with the room and they sound great.

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#2799 - 04/28/02 01:48 AM PAUL
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Are you able to connect the wires with banana plus with your setting? I remember some one said he put the brackets on a piece of wood and hand the wood to the drywall so he could get some room behind the speaker but I forgot what was the purpose, thought may be for using plugs.

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#2800 - 04/28/02 05:59 AM Re: PAUL
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No there is not enough space to use banana plugs,unless you use some type of spacer,to give you the room to connect the banana plugs.

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