Do they sound good?
You might be wondering, do these speakers even match the sound quality of a general in-room speaker. Well, let me tell you it sure as hell does. These are perfect for your cinema setup as surround speakers or to provide stereo surround. But that’s not all. If you know or if you consult a good professional, you can get optimum audio output for your room without even wasting space on speakers. In-wall speakers are also great for home theater setup. You can place them on the left, right, behind, and also on the sides of your screen.
The only drawback here is that the sound output might not be as spacious. This means if you install less number of in-wall speakers in a large room, the sound quality might decrease. But, if in-wall speaker installation is as per your room’s requirements then you will never face any such issues.
Things to consider before in-wall Speaker installation?
Before installing, be clear that you are 100% sure to install. Because in-wall speakers are not easily replaceable. Now, let’s jump right into the things which you should consider before installing in-wall speakers.
Most of the things we install inside our walls are immovable. But when you play music, speakers create vibrations and oscillate. So, it’s extremely important to get a sturdy clamping mechanism when you install them. Otherwise, this will cause drywall with dust falling from all of its cut-outs.
Another basic but mostly overlooked tip before you start your installation is turning-off any breakers connected with the wall you’re about to cut open. If you have multiple wires running down that wall it’s best to turn off all such breakers.
It’s very important to check whether there is enough space in the cutout for your speaker to affix without touching pipes or wires. This will greatly benefit your setup in the long-run.
When you’re installing in-wall speakers it’s very important to align them properly. This will also increase the overall quality of your setup. If you have enough space in your room try to create an equal distance between the speakers. The best placement strategy could be a triangular setup which will allow you to create the best stereo setup.
In-wall speakers require perfect cut-outs as they will fit right in. This means if your cut is even slightly off it will not fit perfectly which will be visible even after you paint them. It’s best to take professional help for In-wall speaker installation which we will discuss shortly.
Another basic but forgotten tip is to test all your speakers before you fixate them. As it’s easier to know and rectify any errors before you put them inside the walls. Because, if it’s inoperative after you complete the installation it will be very difficult to replace.