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VP-150 - Wall-Mountable?
#291410 02/09/10 04:47 PM
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As the title says - I plan to wall-mount the M22's on Axiom's bracket on either side of the screen and would like to wall mount the center as well.
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nanook #291414 02/09/10 04:52 PM
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Yup, you can mount it with the full metal bracket.


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nanook #291415 02/09/10 04:52 PM
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How do you plan to leave breathing room behind you m22's for the ports?

Yes, you can mount the VP150, I just used some cheap L shaped shelf brackets from the local home improvement store. These had a nice black cover over them.

I used them for my Qs8's as well.




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SirQuack #291423 02/09/10 05:43 PM
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Using the Full Metal Brackets with M22s leaves plenty of room for the port to breathe. I had mine set up this way for a couple years.


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pmbuko #291425 02/09/10 05:48 PM
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Mine are only about 3 inches away from the wall and they sound good.

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Randy is a clever guy.

I'd probably opt for the Axiom Full Metal Bracket for its flexibility and ease.


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tomtuttle #291430 02/09/10 05:58 PM
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I don't think the 150 has threads for the bracket, unless I'm mistaken, which is why I used the L brackets.


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SirQuack #291435 02/09/10 06:11 PM
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The 150 does have the center bolt for mounting.


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Re: VP-150 - Wall-Mountable?
jakewash #291439 02/09/10 06:41 PM
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Must be a new offering, I don't either of the 150's I've owned has one...


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SirQuack #291441 02/09/10 06:51 PM
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Been like that for awhile, AFAIK--Ian uses FMBs to mount his.


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