Not sure if this is the right board, redirect me if so.
I’ve got a pair of Kanto YU6s and want to mount them on the wall. I cannot find any mounts that will allow me to utilize the single hole on the bottom of the speaker. This must be a common issue for other bookshelf speakers as well but I cannot find a solution.
I do not want to rely on clamping force or have to damage the sides of the speakers with screws.
alternately, if you are handy. drill 5/32" whole through a piece of wood, pvc,l or w/e else, stick 1/4-20 threaded bolt through. bolt it down on the other side with threads sticking out. use washers. you can design it whatever color and design you want at that point.
I would advice not to look camera mounts.
Since in general they are meant to be used with cameras… that are like 5 x less the weight they would be used. Cameras in stand use are probably in ~2 lbs mark and UY6 seems to be 11 lbs.
Also everything concerning the actual structure and mounting is “bird bones” so you probably break something at some point. Actual wall, falling speaker and anything else along the way.
Proper speaker mounts are better even if little DIY is needed.
If you know what a hammer is and what to do with it. Plus what a bolt, nut and washer is. You have the “technical handyman qualification” for the task.