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HARDWARE NOT INCLUDED HEREIN AND PROPER ASSEMBLY AND
INSTALLATION OF BRACKETS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
SELECTION OF APPROPRIATE WEIGHT BEARING SUPPORT AND
BRACKET USE WITH THE SPECIFIED SPEAKER ONLY IS THE
EXCLUSIVE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CUSTOMER. MANUFACTURER
DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY FOR THE SELECTION OF MOUNTING
HARDWARE AND/OR BRACKET INSTALLATION.
insert the threaded portion (1) of the ‘thick’ end of the ball/shaft (2) into
the center opening (6) of the housing bracket (7), with the housing bracket
middle ‘convex’ area towards the threaded portion (1).
washer (8) and the nut (9) with the split washer (8) sandwiched between the
‘convex’ area on the back of the housing bracket (7) and the nut (9).
speaker. The housing bracket (7) features an arrow and the word ‘UP’
indicating the correct installation direction of the bracket.
to the back of the housing. If the bracket (7) is installed correctly, it
will be sitting flush against the back of the housing.
prevent the fall of the speaker in the event the speaker becomes detached
from the wall bracket. The remaining bracket-to-housing bolt (12) (bolts 11
and 12 are identical) will need to go through the eyelet (14) (eyelets 14
and 15 are also the same) at the end of the cord before going through the
housing (10). Using a suitable screwdriver, tighten this bolt (12) also to
the speaker housing (10).
for where the unit is to be mounted. DO NOT MOUNT THE BRACKET TO
THE WALL UNTIL STEP (i). The wall bracket (16) is to be mounted onto a
wood stud on the wall, using #12, minimum 1 inch long, pan head wood
screws. Make sure that all 4 screws are driven into the stud and not in
drywall. If the bracket needs to be mounted on drywall, the use of
properly selected and installed wall-anchors and screws is essential.
Make sure that the screw head is at least 0.41 inches (approximately 7/16
insert the threaded portion (3) of the ‘thin’ end of the ball/shaft (2) into
the center opening (17) of the wall bracket (16), with the wall bracket
middle area towards the threaded portion (3).
washer (18) and the nut (19), with the split washer (18) sandwiched between
the area on the back of the wall bracket (16) and the nut (19).
#12 screws (20) (not supplied), while following the recommendations in item
(f) above. Two of the three screws should be used in the top two holes of
the mounting bracket. The third screw is used in one of the wall bracket’s
(16) lower screw holes. Install the fourth #12 screw (20) making sure that
it goes through the eyelet (15) at the end of the back-up cord (13) before
it goes through the wall bracket’s other lower screw hole. Using a suitable
screwdriver, securely tighten all 4 screws.
(5) on the ball shaft (2) to allow the orientation of the speaker. Once the
correct orientation is obtained fully tighten the large nut (5) with a
suitable wrench until the ball/shaft (2) is locked into position and does
not move. Tighten the small nut (4) with another wrench while keeping the
large nut (5) tight using the first wrench. Double-check and make sure both
nuts (4 and 5) are fully tightened and that the speaker is stable on the
bracket. The two nuts (4 and 5) should now be fully locked into position,
and completely tightened against each other.