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Old 12-08-2017, 09:00 PM   #1
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Anyone got any help here? Looking to mount a Bose vsc10.
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Anyone got any help here? Looking to mount a Bose vsc10.
That speaker doesn't look wall mountable unless your willing to drill holes in the back of it
Best bet is to get a floating shelf and just place it on that
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I would just go the floating shelf with that speaker. Home depot, 2 L-shelf brackets, one small piece of wood, primer, paint and you are good to go.

If you do go the drill holes in speaker route, (which I have done before, see in my HT gallery) make sure you remove the wire-in terminal screws and inspect where you are drilling into the speaker so you do not hit the internal cross-over of the speaker.
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Hmm, ok thanks guys. I have built a cheap floating wall shelf for a small cable box in the bedroom, and for a row of mini helmets in the man cave.

The issue with this particular application is there is actually a false wall and then an inch or two then the sheetrock and studs. Here is my setup, currently with the vizio 5.1 soundbar and speakers in red. My goal is to add a receiver potentially an atmos system, layout in green. The upfiring speakers, not celing-mounted. And then two surrounds to either side of the viewing area. I will add larger bookshelfs and a stronger sub below.

is the floating shelf still your best bet you think? Currently the soundbar is only secured to the false wall and it is sturdy enough.

If I were to take the TV down there is a hefty cutout in the false wall and the wall mount is a couple inches back into the studs.
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