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Adorama has Polk Audio LSiM 702 F/X Surround Speakers (Pair) on sale for $349. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Polk Audio 2x LSi M702 F/X Surround Speakers
  • Magnetic Grilles
  • 8x Self-adhesive Rubber Bumpers
  • 8x Self-adhesive Felt Pads
  • Owner's Manual
  • Polk Audio 5 Year Parts and Labor Warranty
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Glad I pulled the trigger last week then. I'm just trying to figure out the best way to mount these beasts to the wall. I'd have to wake up to the sound of 29 lbs worth of speaker smashing on the floor...
Screw them in studs, or use a 75lb drywall hanger. If that won't work for you, get. 1/4 piece of plywood in the shape of the box, and screw that to studs and hang it however you want.
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Screw them in studs, or use a 75lb drywall hanger. If that won't work for you, get. 1/4 piece of plywood in the shape of the box, and screw that to studs and hang it however you want.
True...didn't think about the plywood route... It was recommended to me to use Hangman Products- BCK6-B Speaker Hanging Screws...but in looking at them...by the time I'd get through the lath & plaster...there wouldn't be a lot of 'bite' into the stud.

Plywood, painted black, would solve that...

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Glad I pulled the trigger last week then. I'm just trying to figure out the best way to mount these beasts to the wall. I'd have to wake up to the sound of 29 lbs worth of speaker smashing on the floor...
If its drywall, I would surely use to toggle anchor screws that are rated more than the weight. And make sure the tooth over the screw is on there as deep as possible.
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If its drywall, I would surely use to toggle anchor screws that are rated more than the weight. And make sure the tooth over the screw is on there as deep as possible.

It's not. It's a Victorian with lath/plaster walls. It's never easy with my stuff... Smilie
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It's not. It's a Victorian with lath/plaster walls. It's never easy with my stuff... https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
plaster cement is stronger, and in fact I am looking to do that...hard to find guys that know how! But I guess you would drill and get anchors long enough to pass lath.
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Really wish the center LSI speaker was on sale, been looking and haven't had any luck. Anyone know of a good deal going on right now?
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Really wish the center LSI speaker was on sale, been looking and haven't had any luck. Anyone know of a good deal going on right now?
Not the bigger one, but still LSI series https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0062PA...kFbGEDB3XR
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Not the bigger one, but still LSI series https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0062PA...kFbGEDB3XR
The 704c is more than enough for a center channel in a medium sized room. Vocals and speech are crystal clear with these.
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Not the bigger one, but still LSI series https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0062PA...kFbGEDB3XR
I have an extra 704c if interested.
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plaster cement is stronger, and in fact I am looking to do that...hard to find guys that know how! But I guess you would drill and get anchors long enough to pass lath.
No, don't go ruin plaster cement. It's a mess and you can never get it back to original.
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No, don't go ruin plaster cement. It's a mess and you can never get it back to original.
Plaster cement is ac tually pretty easy to repair and you can easily get it back to a smooth finish.
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