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#368337 - 02/29/12 06:58 PM Wall mounting M22s
guillermo123 Offline
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Registered: 09/01/07
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Loc: New York, NY
Hello:

I had a general question about mounting my M22s on the wall using the Axiom full metal brackets. I don't have wall studs in the desired location, so I'm looking for advice on how to wall mount my speakers. Would something like these work: E-Z Anchors I'm assuming I would screw into the E-Z Anchor when mounting the bracket to the wall.

Does anybody with experience wall mounting M22s have any suggestions?

My only other option would be to purchase some "on wall" speakers (probably M3s). Are these easier to mount or do they come with the same Axiom full metal bracket?

Thanks,

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#368342 - 02/29/12 07:36 PM Re: Wall mounting M22s [Re: guillermo123]
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Something like that might work, I mounted a VP150 center for a few years to drywall using something similar. Most of those are rated for so much "downward" weight capacity.
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#368344 - 02/29/12 08:25 PM Re: Wall mounting M22s [Re: guillermo123]
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i used this product to hang a pair of book shelf speakers from the wall in my bed room, i was in a similar situation as yourself, i did not have an issue, the speakers have been on the wall for about 1 1/2 years... The speakers that i hung weigh 14.7lb/ each.. plus the shelf i made adds maybe another 2-5lb.. The M22's weigh just under 2lb more than my speakers, so i would assume that you would have absolutely no problem.

I used the 75lb rated product...


Edited by dakkon (02/29/12 08:25 PM)

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