Setting Mounts in Homes and Offices
The first step is picking the right spot for the speaker mounts to be placed on or in a wall. Always locate the wall studs before beginning and know exactly where the speakers will be positioned, especially if ports must be cut out of the wall. External mounts should be connected to the wall and placed directly in front of the stud with the mounting screws secured as tightly as possible. Speakers that are mounted internally should also have a mounting bracket surrounding the speaker for more security.
Setting Mounts in Vehicles
Mounting speakers and devices in a vehicle can be challenging, and the device mount will often be designed for a specific place, such as an Ipad headrest mount. Safety concerns with vehicle mounts are important as well, especially regarding distraction potential for drivers. The distraction reduction should also be combined with user-friendliness, primarily if a connected headset transmits the sound. Speakers that are being mounted in a vehicle should be placed in the mounting ports designed for the car unless they are already mounted in enclosures and can be positioned obscurely in the vehicle. Choosing speakers that fit the vehicle design is essential because buzzing can occur quickly when prominent speakers are not correctly connected to the mounting brackets. The car can be modified just like setting mounting brackets in buildings, but sometimes the vehicle mounting surface must be modified in some manner, which should be avoided when possible.