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Re: mounting under flat screen tv
There is no wall mount bracket for the VCS-10. It was not designed to be wall mounted. Your best solution is to mount a 22"x8" shelf to the wall 4-6" below the TV. Make sure it is mounted sturdy enough to support 10lbs.
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The reason they shouldn't be too close to the wall is because the refelction that would generate, making them respond unpredictable, mostly in the lower frequency response, Booming basses are most likely. That won't danmage your speakers, so if you don't mind, you can always attach them to a wall with after-merket mounts. You'll have to screw those in the back of your speaker though...
The WS-100 is a floor standing speaker, and they are equipped with polycarbonate bases, attached right out of the box for ease of setup, providing a secure stable speaker system.For the price you paid I would not risk wall mount but if they must be eleveate I suggust a mounting shelve then the speakers ontop (shelves must hold speaker weight)
Try a board with two screws through the front and one at the rear,set on the floor points down and then set your sub on top,this should help,also if you make 2or3 boards your bass should be tighter and not travel so much down to the flat below but will not go away,sorry but the only other thing you can do is buy ear plugs for your neighbours.
Hope this helps.
Only you have the answer. Is there enough adjustment if you mounted on your wall specs? If not absolutely no!!!!! To support the weight, you must be in the stud.
But a question. Is this an interior or exterior wall. If you house is made of concrete block, the exterior wall only has 1x2 studs. The interior studs are usually framed by 2x4 (1.5x 3.5 in reality). Some houses use aluminum studes which I personally would not use.
If you are on an exterior wall, you couldn't use wood screws anyway. I would suggest using the appropriate TapCon. A screw made for concrete. An appropriate lenght might be 2 1/2 to 3 inches. This depends on sheetrock (1/2 or 3/4 inch) the depth of the bracket (you need to measure). To find the sheetrock depth simply take the cover off an AC receptacle. See if you some how measure the entire distance to the actual outside wall (stick a skewer along side the box till you make contact). Add 1 1/2" for the concrete, whatever your bracket depth is (at the point were screws go) and viola, you have the proper length of the screw. To size the screw, use the larget that your bracket can take (usually a #10 or 12). Definately pre-drill using the right size bit.