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arohn18
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Mounting virtually invisible surround sound speaker to bracket

Hi,

 

im attempting to mount my virtually invisible surround sound speakers to the the bracket on the UFS-20 series II speaker stands but, I can’t get the bracket to fully snap onto the speaker and it actually fell off at one point (luckily it still works). I’ve got the speaker mount bracket mounted currently on the speaker stand as I thought that would make easier to mount the speaker to the bracket. What am I doing wrong. The instructions only have pictures no text or even support text

 

 

 

 

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Hector_B
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Re: Mounting virtually invisible surround sound speaker to bracket

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Hi Arohn18, 

 

Thanks for posting and reaching out to us about this. 

 

I would highly recommend getting in touch with our Customer Service Team via clicking this link. Then kindly scroll and select your region, once this is done please scroll to Contact Us. The team will be on hand and ready to help with set up. 

 

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Hector_B
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Re: Mounting virtually invisible surround sound speaker to bracket

Author Accepted Answer selected by arohn18

Hi Arohn18, 

 

Thanks for posting and reaching out to us about this. 

 

I would highly recommend getting in touch with our Customer Service Team via clicking this link. Then kindly scroll and select your region, once this is done please scroll to Contact Us. The team will be on hand and ready to help with set up. 

 

Kind Regards, 

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arohn18
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Re: Mounting virtually invisible surround sound speaker to bracket

I actually figured it out, Hector. One of the pieces in the kit wasn’t meant for my specific speakers since the kits universal. Once I removed that, the bracket easily and securely went on and the system works beautifully now with no issues coming from the speaker that fell (so I think I dodged a expensive bullet as far as that goes)

Hector_B
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Re: Mounting virtually invisible surround sound speaker to bracket

Hi Arohn18, 

 

Thanks for posting and updating me on this.

 

I am very happy to hear that you were able to fit your speakers onto your brackets! If you do have any issues with that speaker please do reach back out to us. 

 

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