Theatre room & Karaoke with in-wall speakers

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    O.K., so I've just bought a new home and want to put a home theatre and karaoke room in the basement. Since the room is not yet finished (no drywall), I would like to install in-wall speakers. No problem, if this where just a theatre room; but am I going to have all sorts of feedback problems if I use the same room for karaoke? Is there a way to overcome this?
    Any ideas????

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    Feedback, or not, is more a function of the microphone you buy.

    Crappy microphone, lots of feedback...
     
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    Sorry; My understanding was that feedback was due to the speaker output, feeding back into the microphone, and looping. My microphones are both quite good(they are Sure SM58's). These are professional mics, and I still get feedback, if I get too close to, or if someone points the mic in the direction of the speakers.
     
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    Then pick up some non clarioid. Or maybe the 57.
     
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    Cardioid, darn auto correct.
     

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