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Basic wiring diagram for whole house audio.
Basic Wiring Diagram for whole house audio
Can I install rectangular speakers in a ceiling?
Can I install rectangular speakers in a ceiling? In our experience vaulted ceilings are the exception. Rectangular speakers usually look fine installed there - which is
Can I Install Speakers if I Already Have My Walls Finished?
Yes. That is their design. All the speakers have a method of easily mounting into a cutout hole in drywall. They use a "sandwich" style mounting that grabs the drywall from behind.
Can I Play My MP3's Thru My Ceiling/Wall Speakers?
Can I play MP3's through my ceiling/wall speakers Absolutely! Integrating your computer into your inwall or in-ceiling sound system is simpler than you think.
Ceiling Speakers Outside?
Can I use my ceiling speakers outside? In most cases, our in-wall and in-ceiling speakers can weather the elements perfectly well. Anything you put into the care of Mother Nature, however
Do I need a Rough-In (pre-construction bracket) Kit?
Do I need a Rough-In (pre-construction bracket) Kit? None of the speakers we carry come with pre-construction brackets. The short answer is no.
Do You Sell Replacement Grill Covers?
Do you sell replacement grill covers? Replacement grill We sell replacement grills for the brand InwallTech only. The grills are unique to each manufacturer. So
How do the speakers mount in the ceiling?
In-ceiling and in-wall speakers are designed to be installed with as little complication as possible. Manufacturers have pretty much settled on the "Dog Ear Mount". Installation Tip for Start
How do the speakers mount in the wall?
In-ceiling and in-wall speakers are designed to be installed with as little complication as possible. Manufacturers have pretty much settled on the "Dog Ear Mount". Installation Tip for Starting Do
How Many Speakers Should I Use For Theater?
How many speakers should I use for theater set up? For theater use we recommend a 5.1 or 7.1 speaker set. Which speaker set you should choose, depends on the length of y
How to Demo Speakers
First we make a large sheet of firm material. In our example we use a piece of melamine just because it will tend to be a little more durable overtime. We make "plates" on the front so that we can ma
How to wire for wall or ceiling speakers (Whole house audio, music)?
How to wire for wall or ceiling speakers? (Step 1) Determine which rooms or areas you wish to provide sound, keeping any outdoor areas in mind. This will determine
Installing speakers in acoustic tiles or drop ceiling style ceilings
Installing speakers in acoustic tiles or drop ceiling style ceilings. Take a look here for some basic knowledge about ceiling tiles that you may not get from the manufacturers of the t
Lathe and Plaster?
Can I install in lathe or plaster? TIP! It’s a good investment to buy in ceiling speakers that are all the same size. Then you can get a hole cutting saw that matches your s
Should I Build a Box For My Speakers?
Should I Build a Box For My Speakers? NO These speakers are designed for walls. Our walls and ceilings typically have more than 3ft³ of airspace in them. Most in-wall and in-c
Theater Speaker Placement
Theater speaker placement. A customer of ours sent us a great web application that helps with placement in a theater set up. Directly from Dolby Labs. D
What Do I Do If I Have Blown-in Insulation?
Can I install these speakers if I have blown-in insulation? Yes, you can. You can use window screen mesh or use a piece of batting style insulati
What Size Should I Use For Theater?
What size should I use for theater set up? A bigger speaker is generally not better. The subwoofer already handles the lower sounds. A bigger speaker is slower to react
What's Impedance Matching?
What is impedance matching? To match impedance means to take a group of speakers (usually more than three pairs) and forcing the combined impedance of the speak
Where should I place my speakers?
Where should I place my speakers? We feel there are two ways to go for speaker placement. The first is in “social areas” where multiple peopl