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Mounting Sonos Arc.

  • 12 August 2020
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Ignoring performance of the speaker does anybody know of way to mount the arc to the articulating tv bracket so the tv and the arc rotate together? Thank you! 

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Best answer by tracker 12 August 2020, 19:08

Yes.  Usually there’s a “dropped down” add-on frame that puts holes conveniently on stud measurements so the speaker’s bracket can be bolted to the frame. Often such brackets are specific to the original tv bracket manufacturer, which can save you some time figuring & bolting, or have special features like built-in height adjustment, etc.  But a generic one is:

https://www.sanus.com/en_us/products/mounts/sa405/

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Yes.  Usually there’s a “dropped down” add-on frame that puts holes conveniently on stud measurements so the speaker’s bracket can be bolted to the frame. Often such brackets are specific to the original tv bracket manufacturer, which can save you some time figuring & bolting, or have special features like built-in height adjustment, etc.  But a generic one is:

https://www.sanus.com/en_us/products/mounts/sa405/

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Hi @cef4usc, Thanks for reaching out and welcome to the community. Thanks for bringing this up. The one that @tracker suggested is great. We can still ait for feedbacks and suggestions from our other Sonos community users who may have this type of setup, so they can share their feedbacks. 

Let us know how you get on with the advice above.

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Pretty sure it’s standard VESA setup.