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In-Wall SPEAKERS

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by scoooby, May 29, 2004.

  1. scoooby

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    Looking for very small and unobtrusive in-wall speakers.. Got to admit that I don't really have much of a clue when it comes to speakers s could do with some advice..

    Was considering these Linn sweetspots (See link below) Is it just as simple as getting 5 of these and hooking them up to my 5.1 reciever. Or are they not suitable for home cinema??

    Cheers.

    http://www.hificables.co.uk/Product...D/2424/v/4ec73ef1-5e3e-43c0-bde8-62b2ec72d58b
     
  2. hornydragon

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    In wall and in ceiling are different things, in wall can be very expensive!!!!
    Sonance are good as are Boston what sort of budget do you have?
     
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    Budget of around £300 per pair.. will be wanting 2 pairs (front and rears) and intend to use the plasma speakers as the centre speaker..
     
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    B & W Custom Installation Range are the ones I am currently considering. As said earlier, they aren't cheap though.

    Anyone have any views on this range at all?

    Chears, Beastie.
     
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    B&W in walls are ideal if you use B&W at the moment ie you want in wall rears or surrounds and have B&W fronts, as you should get an almost perfect tonal match. I have only heard one pair of B&W inwalls and i think that they are overpriced compared to Sonance and Boston, but inwall is a niche that you will always pay a premium for.
     

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