In Wall Centre Channel setup...

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Terrance Antony, Sep 26, 2005.

  1. Terrance Antony

    Terrance Antony Auditioning

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    Hoping I picked the right forum to drop this into...
    Contructing a basement setup from the ground up...all drivers are in wall, 7.1

    My centre channel, (Jamo 626K4), is being installed into a cavity that is roughly 12 inches deep...(and 7 feet high), which clearly exceeds the usual 4-6 inch cavity of most interior walls.

    I was wondering if there were any measures I should take as far as treatments to the cavity...it is insulated with the pink stuff. The stud/insulation is roughly another 6 inches from the drywall.

    Maybe it's a question for Jamo?
     
  2. John S

    John S Producer

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    Stuff it, if your dialog sounds rather box-y to you after install. It will probably be ok, most in-walls are designed to be fairly consistant no matter what sort of cavity they are installed in.
     
  3. Terrance Antony

    Terrance Antony Auditioning

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    cheers...thanks for the reply...I guess I can fill it later like you say. I'm now looking at replacing the JAMO with a Phase Tech or B&W centre. We shall see.
     
  4. Joe*H

    Joe*H Stunt Coordinator

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    a friend of mine has speakercraft's in wall all the way around and all at the same height, around 7 feet up and it sounds great.
     

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