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#304 - 09/26/01 11:42 AM Wall mounts for M3Ti's
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Can you recommend a wall mount for the M3Ti's i have plaster and slat type walls and i do not know how far apart the studs are so i would like a wall mount that doesnt need to be screwed directly into the studs. By the way how much do the M3Ti's weigh. thank you in advance.
Kore



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#305 - 09/28/01 10:07 AM Re: Wall mounts for M3Ti's
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Hi Kore;

There are a number of brackets available on the market. Omnimount is one of them that we particularly like. We strongly recommend that any bracket used to mount a loudspeaker to the wall is mounted to a stud. Loudspeakers vibrate during use and must be securely mounted. The M3s weigh 10 lbs each.





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