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WALL-MOUNTING THE SATELLITES
The SAT-1100 satellites are designed to be mounted on the wall if desired.There is a wall bracket included for each satellite speaker. Each speaker bracket will require (3) 1-1/2," #10 wood screws; each screw should be fastened to a wall stud. If a wall stud is unavailable, install an anchor appropriate for a 1-1/2," #10 screw. NOTE: The customer is responsible for the correct selection and use of mounting hardware (available through hardware stores) that will ensure the proper and safe wall-mounting of the speakers. Step 1. Place bracket against the wall and mark the positions on the wall where you would like to place the mounting screws. Step 2. Place bracket against wall and fasten three 1-1/2," #10 wood screws through the bracketâs screw holes into the wall. If a wall stud is not available, use an appropriate anchor. Step 3. Remove rear foot, place the speaker on the bracket and insert the provided 1/4"-20 screw through the bottom of the bracket into the threaded insert on the bottom of the satellite (Figure 3).Turn satellite to desired angle and tighten. keyhole on the back of the speaker to the screwhead on the wall. Once positioned properly, the speaker should slide down slightly and become secure.
Turn Off All Power
First, turn off all audio-system power. Use high-quality speaker wire to make your connections. #18-Gauge speaker wire with polarity coding is recommended. For longer distances, #16-gauge or heavier wire is recommended.The side of the wire with a ridge or other coding is usually considered positive polarity (i.e., +). Also, consult the ownerâs manuals that were included with your amplifier or receiver to confirm connection procedures. Observe polarities when making speaker connections, as shown in Figure 5. Connect each + terminal on the back of the amplifier or receiver to the respective + (red) terminal on each speaker. Connect the â (black) terminals in the same way.
Do not reverse polarities (i.e., + to â or â to +) when making connections. Doing so will cause poor imaging and diminished bass response. Be certain that positive and negative wire strands are completely isolated to avoid short circuits that may damage your equipment.
Figure 5. Wiring diagram shows polarity connections for one channel of a home theater system.
(Insert screw through bracket into speaker)
Figure 4. Bracket on wall.