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  1. #181
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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Has anyone tried the Center Stage CSB-1409-PRO with a Sierra 2 center? I see a review with someone putting a 30 lb speaker on it, but the design doesn't necessarily look that sturdy.

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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by Jhnsmj View Post
    Has anyone tried the Center Stage CSB-1409-PRO with a Sierra 2 center? I see a review with someone putting a 30 lb speaker on it, but the design doesn't necessarily look that sturdy.
    I would not want to find out....that shelf is only rated for 15lbs the S2 is ~20lbs. I would only consider stud mounted support for an application like that.

    I would do something like this>

    http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/pr...136/#/10136135

    along with this>

    http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/pr...038/#/20094347


    Shelf come in a variety of finishes to compliment the room...
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    Speakers: Towers & Horizon(w RAAL), HTM200 SE finished in espresso satin
    Sub: Funk Audio 18 in Santos

    Source: Anthem MRX 300, Oppo BDP 103D
    Apple TV, Giga 1800, & Panny 54"

  3. #183
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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Thanks - I can't wall-mount yet, but maybe once we find a new cabinet.

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    I just wanted to add this here due to a great experience and it might help some people pull the trigger on the Sierra Horizon if location is a problem.

    So if you are like me and don't have room for woodworking here is a TV riser. The owner is very nice and through 6 emails we worked out a perfect riser to go over my Horizon and protect it from the weight of the TV.

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    I apologize to Dave and Co. if this was out of line and obviously delete this if it is.

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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by 14er View Post
    I just wanted to add this here due to a great experience and it might help some people pull the trigger on the Sierra Horizon if location is a problem.

    So if you are like me and don't have room for woodworking here is a TV riser. The owner is very nice and through 6 emails we worked out a perfect riser to go over my Horizon and protect it from the weight of the TV.

    slide4.png

    I apologize to Dave and Co. if this was out of line and obviously delete this if it is.
    This is terrific info for our community. Thank you!
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    David Fabrikant
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  6. #186
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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Hi guys,

    I'm looking to mount a Luna as a centre channel above an LED TV. So far the best thing I can find is the B-Tech BT77.

    I understand the Luna has a Threaded insert and wondering if that's better to use than to clamp it down with a bracket?

    BTW … I'll probably use the same bracket as a surround for a pair of Lunas as well.


    Cheers,


    JP

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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by jpmazare View Post
    Hi guys,

    I'm looking to mount a Luna as a centre channel above an LED TV. So far the best thing I can find is the B-Tech BT77.

    I understand the Luna has a Threaded insert and wondering if that's better to use than to clamp it down with a bracket?

    BTW … I'll probably use the same bracket as a surround for a pair of Lunas as well.


    Cheers,


    JP
    Hi JP,

    Do you intend to mount the Luna in a vertical or horizontal position? If vertical, no reason to use a clamping style bracket -- the Luna is designed for easy wall mounting. In fact, you can flush mount it by just hanging the speaker from a wood screw using the integrated keyhole bracket.
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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Thanks for the reply David.

    I finally found a way to mount the Luna horizontally. When I get the hardware, I'll take some photos and post them here.

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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by jpmazare View Post
    Thanks for the reply David.

    I finally found a way to mount the Luna horizontally. When I get the hardware, I'll take some photos and post them here.
    Don't forget, you are going to need to rotate the tweeter.
    -curtis

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    Default Re: Center channel mounting solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by jpmazare View Post
    Thanks for the reply David.

    I finally found a way to mount the Luna horizontally. When I get the hardware, I'll take some photos and post them here.
    These brackets work well for horizontal mounting: http://www.cotytech.com/content-prod...t_sp_os08.html
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    David Fabrikant
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