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    • Ok - I have come up with a small issue w.r.t to the speaker mounts.    Does anyone know what the mechanism to mount bookshelf speakers on these is? Problems I am facing are: 1. there is no front support bar for this mount 2. Keeping the speaker in a tilt will cause the speaker to slide when there is vibration 3. There is no drilled holes on these from which to screw to the bottom of the speaker I have made some workarounds by running nylon wires around the speaker and so forth - but I would really prefer a correct solution to using these mounts.  
    • Don't want to sound negative,he hasn't got a physical manual job,its normally Friday night and one weekend so say 2 call a week for 26 weeks!! he has a voice for calling which I wish I had should call the Foxtel game in perth   cheers laurie    
    • That is so sweet!!!! I cant wait to hear your impressions on how good they sound! And you have cats and a submersive so i can rest assured you know what good bass is!
    • Hi there, I don't know a great deal about this sort of stuff, but I was hoping someone might be able to help! We just bought a new amp (Onkyo TX-NR-545) and we are using a Welling sub. The sub is making a constant popping sound (eg. a few times a second) constantly, whether it is in on or auto. It stops when the amp is turned off and it briefly stops when you change sources on the amp. I have tried moving the cable as some people suggested if it is against other cables it might cause a problem. I have also tried changing it from a power board to a power point and tried using a powerpoint from the opposite side of the room. Just wondering if anyone has any suggestions for what the problem may be?
    • will keep a sharp eye out ;-)   i like Bing Lee