Dolby Atmos Speaker Truss Using Ikea Curtain Rods

Canary Richard

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Like all speakers, placement of the Dolby Atmos heights is very critical. I built an adjustable truss across the room to fly the speakers.

I used Black Ikea Hugad and Racka telescopic curtain rods, Betydlig brackets and a couple of old speaker wall mounts. The curtain rod bits cost less than £30 and are also available in silver/grey and white. The two truss rods are strapped together at each end using a Betydlig bracket & curtain rod holder. Part numbers 602.172.28 and 502.198.93.

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The speakers can be moved backwards and forwards, left and right and their angles adjusted. Altering the position of the height speakers by an inch or two can make a huge difference.

Now, even at low volume listening levels, it sounds good.
 

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