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Like the title says.

I just got my BX5a in the mail today and now thinking of how to set these up.

I don't have any room on my table, so I was thinking to get them mounted on the wall placed directly above my 3 monitors and have them tilted down towards my ears or the sweet spot. But don't know where to get a decent wall mount that will give me atleast 6-8" of space between the wall and the speakers' rear.

I am thinking if there is none out there, then perhaps I can try to do a custom speaker bracket. If there is a link for a DIY speaker bracket out there kindly link it here, but if not then I'll take suggestions/advice on how to start and what materials to use for a DIY speaker bracket.

edit: I actually just realize that hospitals wall mount their TV(4:3) and I think that kind or type of wall mount bracket would work for my setup, but I don't know where I can find those. Google keeps giving me those LCD TV wall mount brackets. I mean if there's no good wall mount brackets for speakers, why not use old TV mounts, right?
Edited by YanYan001 - 8/8/11 at 11:36am
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XPS 17 L702x
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CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
i7 2670QM 2.2Ghz Turbo Boost to 3.1 Nvidia GT 555M 8GB 1333 WD32BPVT, WD10JPVT 
Optical DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
6x Bluray Win7 Home x64 Full1080HD LED LG TL(TrueLife) Full Keyboard (Backlit) 
CaseMouseAudio
Belkin Evo Backpack Logitech Anywhere MX JBL Built-In Speakers 
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