Attaching RTi-A1 on pivoting wall mounts.

My system is in the corner and I am using the RTi-A1's as height speakers. They need to mounting to swiveling mounts so I can aim them to the listening positions. They would be mounted about 7' high angled inward about 30 degrees from the mounting wall behind and also angled downward about 15 degrees.. The single keyhole on the back wont keep the speaker very well attached on its own.

Have you done this and if so how did you mount them? What mounts did you purchase?
Thanks for any insights.

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  • mdaudioguymdaudioguy Posts: 5,025
    I use these for my high-mounted RTi4 bookshelf speakers: https://www.crutchfield.com/S-QBUV2jN1NlD/p_121AM40B/Pinpoint-AM40.html
  • rpf65rpf65 Posts: 2,023
    Have RTI-A1’s mounted as front height using these. They’ve been there for about 4 years, so I guess they work.

    https://www.amazon.com/Heavy-Duty-Speaker-Wall-Mount/dp/B005SEN20S
  • rkruzrkruz Posts: 9
    thanks. How did you attached it to the back of the speaker? There is not much there to use?
  • rpf65rpf65 Posts: 2,023
    About an inch below the top, and bottom, of the face plate is where the screw for key hole mounting is located. The screw is provided in the package.
  • rkruzrkruz Posts: 9
    edited June 11
    rpf65 wrote: »
    About an inch below the top, and bottom, of the face plate is where the screw for key hole mounting is located. The screw is provided in the package.
    is it possible to see a picture or 2 of the mount attached to your bookshelfs?. Its still unclear to me how the speaker would securely mount with the keyhole only. thanks!
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