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Speakers in the wall

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by pcpaz, Jan 3, 2003.

  1. pcpaz

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    I am current re-decorating my living and I am looking at concealing some speakers in the two corners of my room.

    Has anyone done this?

    I have looked at the expensive setups in home cinema magazines were they have speakers concealed in cabinets or behind plasterboards walls.

    How easy is it to wire up separate speakers?

    Any help would be great.
     
  2. alexs2

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    Linn and Kef make quite a range of speakers designed for in-wall mounting(www.linn.co.uk and www.kef.com)and you may be able to find something here for your needs.

    One of the problems with concealing speakers is in allowing the speaker sufficient space to radiate sound effectively,and also that of resonances from the speaker/wall interface,if the wall isn't sufficiently rigid,as in the case of many plasterboard installations...in these cases you get not only sound from the speakers,but a lot of unwanted noise from the wall also,vibrating in sympathy with the speakers.
     

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