When you mount a bracket on a speaker, you have to open the cabinet usually by removing a driver to determine the cabinet thickness. Often the screws will be longer than the cabinet walls are thick. If the screws are longer than the cabinet thickness and you can't use shorter screws, then you need to locate an area for mounting the brackets so that the screws will not damage drivers, crossovers, wiring.
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Hi Lmr -
How come it won't allow me to post pictures?
you can only post links to pictures. Here u go.
Clicking on the audiogon "markup tags" below the white window, shows you the codes that need to be at the beginning and end of the link. I find this is easier to do sometimes in an email or Word software first, then just paste it in.
Hope this helps.Good luck with the center speaker. Love your dog btw.... Cheers
Lmr, I agree the speaker needs to be angled down pointing toward your listening position, so if you can build and mount a shelf to the ceiling, making the speaker secure is not a problem. Use a lip on the front of the shelf as Zd542 suggests, and the HTM2 has threaded inserts in the bottom that you can also use. These were used to secure the speaker to a stand. See 7b in the owners manual for "FS HTM" listed here,
You can find it in "800D Series" or "Nautilus 800 Series"