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#271 - 09/07/01 12:49 PM M3ti as surround?
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Is M3ti rear ported? If so, would it cause placement problem as surround by wall mounting?

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#272 - 09/07/01 03:47 PM Re: M3ti as surround?
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Until you get an 'official' answer, I recommend searching through previous posts. Ian has made a few posts about suggested spacing for wall mounting (I don't remember the detail myself.)
-Steve



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#273 - 09/08/01 07:42 AM Re: M3ti as surround?
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The M3 is rear ported. You can mount them on the wall as long as you leave about 1 1/2" of clearance to the wall.

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