Thanks for the suggestion. But I want to mount them from the ceiling(1 feet from the back wall and 1.6 feet from side wall) rather on the walls so as to avoid any extra bass due to close back wall and side wall. What do you say ? Isn't the ceiling mounting better way to go ? Thanks for all the help.bigboss said:They can be wall mounted:
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Well in my question I just wanted to know if they can be mounted either on walls (which was my first plan) or from ceiling (which i later realized will give me a better flexibility in placing them and ward off bass relection from the walls as Wharfdale tend to be on the warmer side, if i am not wrong). Yes I am thinking of installing them in a cafe but they will be close to wall and atleast 5 feet away from sitting area. So I guess if they are installed in a good quality mount bracket it won't be a problem. For the ceiling option I was looking for omni mount ceiling mount. They can carry a weight upto 9 kg and Wharfdale are 5.5 kg. Below is the link. Let me know what do u think ?Sizzers said:Well you specifically asked for an opinion on wall mounting them, not hanging them from the ceiling.
I have not personally heard such a set-up in a domestic environment but I have read of others elsewhere who have gone down this route with excellent results, which makes sense to me as they are going to benefit from total isolation. Have you got as far as planning on how you're going to do this? I was going to install a pair of B-Tech BT77 wall-mounts today but this has now got me thinking....
Edit: Is this for your cafe set-up? I wouldn't look at anything less than professional installation if so, because should they fall and injure someone you could end up with some pretty serious personal liabilties.
I am kind of tempted but this is 50+ year old solid brick where I gather they threw anything in to the mix. I'm an occasional D-I-Y-er, not a construction worker! lol. Thanks for the tip, though.AnalogEars said: