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How do I mount this speaker?

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This is the speaker... https://static.rapidonline.com/catalogueimages/Module/M083193P01WL.jpg Is there some sort of bracket I can purchase that has screw holes? Read More
gary_rip Avatar
6d, 34m agoPosted 6 days, 34 minutes ago
This is the speaker...

https://static.rapidonline.com/catalogueimages/Module/M083193P01WL.jpg

Is there some sort of bracket I can purchase that has screw holes?
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6d, 34m agoPosted 6 days, 34 minutes ago
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#1
Mount where? its more of a part than a product, it would fit in a case with either a back piece holding it against a front plate (saw this in an anker speaker i had apart yesterday), or hot glued if in a hurry and not worried about aesthetics.
#2
If you look at the description
hese miniature ultra slim 8Ω loudspeakers are just 17mm thick and are suitable for a wide range of applications.
Paper cones
50mm diameter
Wide frequency response enables the speakers to be used for speech, music or high frequency alarm output
Solder tag termination
Fitted with flange to assist mounting

Apparently it has a flange whatever that is for mounting :)
#3
Crill
Mount where? its more of a part than a product, it would fit in a case with either a back piece holding it against a front plate (saw this in an anker speaker i had apart yesterday), or hot glued if in a hurry and not worried about aesthetics.
I was looking to mount onto an MDF board.

Edited By: gary_rip on May 19, 2017 16:03
#4
Carefully!! Sharp edges everywhere.....
#5
http://s7g3.scene7.com/is/image//ae235?src=ae235/1427F_P&$prodImageMedium$
I would use a few of these
#6
Either hotglue or you can buy small half moon clips which attach to the outside rim of the speaker.
#7
Cut a hole slightly smaller than speaker. Do this by drilling lots of holes. Then make a recess for speaker to sit in. I would use a router but you can use a knife or chisel I guess. Set speaker in recess with some clear silicone.
#8
kester76
Either hotglue or you can buy small half moon clips which attach to the outside rim of the speaker.

Do you have a link to the half moon clips you speak of?
#9
gary_rip
kester76
Either hotglue or you can buy small half moon clips which attach to the outside rim of the speaker.
Do you have a link to the half moon clips you speak of?
Sorry, I had a quick look on the internet and can't find them. I found these clips in a cheap asda clock radio securing the small speaker.

Like this
https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-44ijYCyTH1c/WMGCvVBrxlI/AAAAAAAAGEc/JzjQqKtsHiAwyGCOzFsHTjlXbotwgoaoQCLcB/s1600/IMG_20170216_135316.jpg

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