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#326869 - 10/29/10 08:21 AM M22's L/C/R using brackets
Tony Offline
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Hello,
Does anyone have experience or has anyone installed M22 L/C/R On Wall speakers using the 'Full Metal'brackets? I was thinking that these would work to help 'toe in' the speakers as needed.

Thx,
Tony

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#326874 - 10/29/10 08:55 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: Tony]
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I used to have my M22s mounted on the wall with Full Metal Brackets and they worked perfectly. They are very sturdy and nicely adjustable brackets.
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#326875 - 10/29/10 09:00 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: Tony]
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The M22s on-wall are fairly recent. It might be a good idea to call Axiom directly to get a faster answer. Waiting for someone that has an actual M22 on-wall to log-on to the forum might take some time.
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#326879 - 10/29/10 09:46 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: EFalardeau]
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I'm not really familiar with how the Onwall Axioms mount, but would it be possible to add a strip of something like 1/4" thick by 1/2" wide rubber foam weatherstripping or similar to the outside flange of the speaker to toe it in?
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#326880 - 10/29/10 09:47 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: EFalardeau]
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Personally, I would think that this would defeat an engineering design of mounting them "on the wall". Meaning that it would probably negatively affect the sound quality.

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#326881 - 10/29/10 09:48 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: Adrian]
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Originally Posted By: Adrian
I'm not really familiar with how the Onwall Axioms mount, but would it be possible to add a strip of something like 1/4" thick by 1/2" wide rubber foam weatherstripping or similar to the outside flange of the speaker to toe it in?


They mount to the T-bracket that supplies power which mounts flush on the wall. They hang on this bracket. There's no way to move it unless you move the bracket also.

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#326882 - 10/29/10 09:49 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: CatBrat]
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That could be true. I'm sure the speaker was designed to include the wall it's mounted on since that theoretically becomes part of the baffle.

re "negatively affecting sound"


Edited by Adrian (10/29/10 09:52 AM)
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#326884 - 10/29/10 09:51 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: CatBrat]
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Originally Posted By: CatBrat
They mount to the T-bracket that supplies power which mounts flush on the wall. They hang on this bracket. There's no way to move it unless you move the bracket also.

Perhaps a mounting plate with toe-in built in then?
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#326885 - 10/29/10 09:51 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: Adrian]
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As another thought, I really doubt that the on-wall speakers need any toe-in. They seem to have a wide dispersion as it is.


Edited by CatBrat (10/29/10 09:52 AM)

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#326895 - 10/29/10 11:31 AM Re: M22's L/C/R using brackets [Re: pmbuko]
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Oops. I kinda missed that on-wall bit.

You need to use the provided brackets to mount the M22 On-wall models because the bracket doubles as the electrical connection.
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