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I have Klipsch bookshelf speakers and I would like to wall mount them. The problem I am having is that these speakers sit on a swivel type base and do not have any other mounting hole in them.I have been unable to locate a wall bracket to use with them. Anybody got any links or know of a company that makes a wall bracket for these speakers?
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If they are wooden cabinets, you can pick up about any speaker mount and just screw it onto the speaker without harm.
AV Integrated - Theater, whole house audio, and technology consultation during the build and installation process in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
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No they are not wood cabinets. Could you tap a plastic or fiberglass cabinet?
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The follow up question...

What model are they?

Klipsch has a couple of smaller speakers with an integrated mount, but it's a ball and socket type mount that is already designed to be wall mounted.

The RSX-5 and RSX-3 speakers fall into this category. You just put a screw into the wall and hang the speaker.
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They are the Quintet III model. I looked at them a little harder after reading your post and you are correct. They have the swivel base that you can wall mount as well.

Thanks for your answer AV - saved me some possible headache.
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