In Wall Speakers
The best solution for keeping a tidy home theater is using in-wall speakers rather than standard speaker boxes. Rather than trying to mount bulky speakers to walls or ceilings or placing them on unstable stands and running cable down your walls, in-wall speakers mount easily and take up zero space. In-wall speakers mount flush with your walls, and can be painted to match any wall color, for a discreet and clutter free surround sound solution.
How They Work
In-wall speakers require a simple opening cut into a wall between studs, no need for elaborate mounting systems. Once there is speaker wire connected to the speaker through the opening, the speaker is simply placed into the opening, flush with the wall. A half dozen screws on the front engage clamps on the backside of the speaker, pinching the surrounding sheetrock for a simple but secure mount, that can be easily reversed if you need to remove the speaker.
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How They Sound
Like any speaker, you should look for high quality speakers for the best sound possible, but don't be fooled by high prices. You can find great speakers for less money if you know what to look for. Look for speakers that feature Kevlar cones rather than paper cones, they are far more durable, and give a rich sound. Also look for speakers at 50 watt or higher power handling as well as speakers that include a tweeter, for a clearer sound among all frequencies. Normal speakers are placed within a wooden or plastic box to produce a strong sound. In-wall speakers use your entire wall as that box, producing clear sound and impressive bass.
For more information on how these are installed check out our How to Install In-Wall Speakers page.
| Speaker Size
|| 5 1/4"
|| 6 1/2"
| Power Handling
|| 50W (100W max)
||60W (120 max)
|| 80W (160W max)
|| 7 3/4" Wide x 11" Tall x 3 1/2" Deep
||8 3/4" Wide x 11 7/8" Tall x 3 1/2" Deep
||10" Wide x 14" Tall x 3 3/4" Deep