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    Daniel
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    I bought a pair of the Verus Forte surround speakers, and the Sanus stands that are recommended. Now I'm trying to figure out how to mount them. 

    The product pic for the stands shows a flat plate on top. Is that the large or the small plate? The large plate would seem more stable, but the threading hole is in the middle of the speaker, which makes the mounting seem off for the large plate. The small plate doesn't seem to be that stable? Or am I obsessing? LoL

    I also looked at the plate that uses the two screws in the back, but that doesn't seem too stable with this weight speaker.

    What's the recommendation? I'm somewhat confused.

    Thanks!

     

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    Jason Hicks
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    [quote user="DanB"]

    I bought a pair of the Verus Forte surround speakers, and the Sanus stands that are recommended. Now I'm trying to figure out how to mount them. 

    The product pic for the stands shows a flat plate on top. Is that the large or the small plate? The large plate would seem more stable, but the threading hole is in the middle of the speaker, which makes the mounting seem off for the large plate. The small plate doesn't seem to be that stable? Or am I obsessing? LoL

    I also looked at the plate that uses the two screws in the back, but that doesn't seem too stable with this weight speaker.

    What's the recommendation? I'm somewhat confused.

    Thanks!

     

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    Hello Dan, 

    The large plate works best and actually if you use the small hole in the center of the plate with the insert on the bottom of the speaker it lines up just about perfectly.

    I hope that helps but please let me know if you have any other questions, thanks!

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