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Old 9th June 2018
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Primacoustic London

Hey I have the primacoustic London kit and I just moved into a new house and I’m renting I can’t impale the walls lol. Any suggestions on how to hang these things? I don’t need them very high on the walls
Old 10th June 2018
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Ah, impale the walls. They won't know 'til you move out.

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Old 10th June 2018
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Ah, impale the walls. They won't know 'til you move out.

D.
I'm sure your landlord/rental service didn't say anything about impala-ing the ceiling ? If you attach 50 pound fishing line to the panels (imagine it's a picture frame) and then put the attaching cup hook or similar very close to the intersection between ceiling and wall, it will be nigh invisible...and simple to patch/smooth/re-paint the tiny hole when you depart.

I don't think the panels require rigid attachment to the walls...it's more about location than coupling ?
Old 12th June 2018
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I'm sure your landlord/rental service didn't say anything about impala-ing the ceiling ? If you attach 50 pound fishing line to the panels (imagine it's a picture frame) and then put the attaching cup hook or similar very close to the intersection between ceiling and wall, it will be nigh invisible...and simple to patch/smooth/re-paint the tiny hole when you depart.

I don't think the panels require rigid attachment to the walls...it's more about location than coupling ?
I’ve never thought about that great idea!
Old 1 week ago
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Hi there - how did you end up mounting your kit? I'm in a similar position to you regarding this! Thanks
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Hi there - how did you end up mounting your kit? I'm in a similar position to you regarding this! Thanks
Melvin...the Tame Impaler ?
Old 1 week ago
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I can confirm that heavy duty Velcro worts wonderfully
Old 6 days ago
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Also tall stands (think microphone stands) with clips. FWIW One of the coolest and simplest setups I have seen the person ran a 2" wooden molding around the top of the room, hollow out the top of the moldings and used "molding hooks" for the cables to support the panels. He painted the molding to match the room and it looked GREAT and he could move the panels around if needed. These are the hooks he used https://www.amazon.com/Molding-Hooks...+hanging&psc=1

ps He got permission from his landlord first. The landlord was cool with the changes because it made the room look better.
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