I've bought these speakers for the fronts on my HT system (not yet installed), but I also bought stands for them to flank the cabinet which houses the electronics. The dealer felt they would be fine even on top of the cabinet if I got a longer cabinet, but I just wanted the stands in case I wanted to listen to audio. Moving the stands at my dealer's setup back against the wall resulted in a loss of depth on audio only material, but nothing I cared about with movies, and maybe a slightly "fuller" bass, which perhaps could be ameliorated with a higher sub crossover--again, nothing that troubled me with movies. However, I am pretty sure that Dynaudio makes in and on-wall versions of these speakers, though I think they might cost more. You might ask your dealer about them.
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