Any problem with sinking the speaker into the wall?

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by Lanny_B, Apr 11, 2004.

  1. Lanny_B

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    Here's my planned setup below, that I'm just now pre-wiring for and setting up.
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    In the pic, the right side speaker is right by the walkway coming off the stairs. I'm worried that people coming down the stairs and rounding the corner may potentially hit the speaker. So, what if I sunk that into the wall? Would that affect the sound in a bad way? What if I only did it with that one, and not the other ones?
     
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    Are the speakers you are talking about putting into the wall actual room speakers or are they wall speakers? Why dont' you move the 4'9" to more of a 5'3" or so to give your self some more room. Should still stream most of the sound behind you and not directly into your ear. Have you thought about moving your sub to the opposite corner. I like subs behind me. Just a personal preference though.
     
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    I would actually like the sub behind me too, I'll have to see if I can do it. Is it better in the middle right behind me, or do I need to stick it in a corner?
     

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