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Mounting In Wall Speakers in Solid Walls

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by owain_thomas, Apr 25, 2005.

  1. owain_thomas

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    We're thinking of moving and I want my HC setup in my lounge to be a bit more "hidden". I've seen a few decent looking in-wall speakers but I'm not sure if you can put these into a solid wall (like you'd find in old victorian houses, so brick, I presume). Does any one have any experience of this?

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  2. Starkiller

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    id be interest to hear anyone comments on inwalls too

    Have you considered installing them in the ceiling
     
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    Hi Starkiller,

    I am planning to get some in ceiling ones for the kitchen but I would prefer in wall for the lounge as I get the feeling they will give better movie performance (centre speaker, effects etc).

    While reading I have turned up the Jamo D6s which although not "in wall" are only 5 or 6 inches deep so might be a possibility.

    the search continues...
     

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