So, Here is my wall of 184" in width. I drew out where the 92" screen is going to be.
For now (because of money restrictions) I am mounting cube speakers on the outside of the wall...
But... I plan to wire in the wall for in-wall speakers that I can add when I can either afford to get rid of the cheaper
speakers, or if they... die. Never put in-wall speakers in, but as you can see here, the framing will not be
centered under the drywall, so I have to plan well to put speakers in. Not sure how they mount to the drywall or to the
2x4's... what kind of planning am I going to have to do? I dont mind cutting some of the framing and putting wood
across if I need to where the speakers would go.. but I really have no idea how they mount in-wall to start with.
Are there any in-wall speakers masters around here that can throw tips my way?
Will I be able to install in-wall speakers later or will i end up having to tear up drywall anyways...
Any and all help is appreciated.
(Here is the link to the picture if it is not displaying correctly in this thread...)