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They're attractive too!
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The speakers may be small, but they have a very interesting design. While they look like cubes, they are engineered to be very versatile. The speaker can be set on any side that has a variety of angles. You can use these angles to aim the speaker when it is sitting on a shelf. Since the 0.5-inch dome tweeter is mounted coaxially with the 2.5-inch woofer, you just have to make sure the speaker is pointed in the right direction and not worry about which way is up.
Boston Acoustics has included not just one mounting option, but two. The first thing youâ€™ll do is install a pivoting ball mount to the back of the speaker. Then you mate that to either a nearly flush keyhole mount for wall/ceiling applications or a straddle mount for corners. This gives you a huge range of mounting options and much more than youâ€™d expect at this price point. The speakers all mount very close to the wall so it presents a very clean look (though youâ€™re still going to see the wires poking out from behind).