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Anyone install in-walls later have drywall or other issues?

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Steve_D, Nov 15, 2007.

  1. Steve_D

    Steve_D Second Unit

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    I'm thinking about installing some larger in-walls such as Paradigm's SA-35, and going sub-less. I know, the horror. Anyway, According to the specs these are good for down to about 45 hz +-2db.

    Has anyone installed in-walls or in-ceilings and later had any type of structural or drywall issue? Would this be a concern?

    Then other option is a smaller set, like the SA-25, and try to find a place for a sub and wiring.
     
  2. Andrew Pratt

    Andrew Pratt Producer

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    I've had zero issues with my in-walls in my HT or in the livingroom upstairs (Zone 2).
     
  3. BrianTwig

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    No problems. And I have them all over the house. In the living room HT, the dining room, loft upstairs, master bedroom and master bath.
     
  4. Paul Padilla

    Paul Padilla Supporting Actor

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    No problems. Just check for cross braces with a good stud finder before you cut. It might affect placement.
     
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