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I have Klipsch ProMedia Ultra 5.1 speakers that I'm using for my HTPC living room. I would like to get 1'-3' stands or mounts for the two rear speakers.

My question is are speaker mounting standardized like LCD's VESA?
 

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There isnt a standard for this type of thing unfortunately. Best buy has some speaker stands you can buy that would have to be rigged.

Btw I like those speakers, I wish I had gotten those instead of the Z-680s.
 
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No they are far from standard, but you can modify regular HT speaker stands from Wal-Mart like I did!




The wood piece the speaker is screwed to is part of an old cutting board, but you could use anything... wooden.
 
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Umm, most stands you just set the speaker on top of. Wall mounts are another story...

There are some stands that allow you to attach the spreaker directly or via bracket. Looks much cleaner.


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There isnt a standard for this type of thing unfortunately. Best buy has some speaker stands you can buy that would have to be rigged.

Btw I like those speakers, I wish I had gotten those instead of the Z-680s.

They should VESA is a great concept.

I believe Klipsch discontinued the ProMedia Ultra 5.1 years ago...

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No they are far from standard, but you can modify regular HT speaker stands from Wal-Mart like I did!




The wood piece the speaker is screwed to is part of an old cutting board, but you could use anything... wooden.

Pics blocked at work... I'll check when I get home.
 

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You should bypass websense, I did it here at my work.
 

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You should bypass websense, I did it here at my work.


Not sure what we use here...
 

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Ah - Well I was half kidding anyway.
 
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