In-Wall Speakers

An in-wall speaker system is a great way to add a surround sound feel to a room without it taking up any space. These units can even be used in other environments which allows for outdoor speakers without any worries related to the weather. In-wall speakers are often installed in the ceiling but they are also sometimes installed in side walls to provide a surround sound set up within your living room.

There are many different designs of in-wall speakers to choose from. Some of the options include open back systems and sealed systems. There will be areas where each type of system would be beneficial over the other. However, all of them have a lot of common benefits which make them preferable over your typical speaker system.

Benefits of In-Wall Speakers
The major benefit of in-wall speaker system is that they do not take up any space within the room. They are also very easy to conceal. The speaker systems are also very versatile as they can be installed in a variety of areas. They can be installed in walls, the ceiling, and even in the floor. Obviously not all of these placements would be ideal but there are some scenarios where even in-floor speakers would be useful.

Many people use in-wall speaker systems for set ups which consist of multiple rooms with speaker systems. For instance, most schools have some sort of in-wall speaker system as a way to deliver morning announcements, alerts, and more. In-wall speakers can also be used at home but they are mostly preferred for the intriguing design. You can also set up a full-home speaker system over a single room home theater system if preferred.

Downfalls of In-Wall Speakers
Some in-wall speaker systems can be expensive and the installation costs may also tack on to the total. If you are looking for an inexpensive set up for a single room home theater system then in-wall speakers may not be the best choice. Some people also find that the overall quality of these speaker systems is lower in comparison to standard speaker systems. However, a high end in-wall speaker system could easily exceed your expectations.

In-wall speakers are also stationary which means that it would be difficult to modify the speakers at a later date. In-wall speakers may also perform different based on the amount of light that the speakers absorb. Lastly, the installation of wires for in-wall speaker systems can be very expensive so this should be factored in before deciding to buy an in-wall speaker system.

How In-Wall Speakers Work
In-wall speaker systems work just the same as other types of speaker systems. The only difference between the two is that you are usually mounting the speakers in your ceiling, floor, or walls. Many in-wall speaker systems are designed to be used with a wall cavity so the speakers are installed in an enclosed place. These speakers also include a grill and frame. These items can be painted so that they go perfectly with the coloring of your room and the rest of the speaker system.

When you purchase an in-wall speaker system you do not necessarily have to pay someone to install it. The process for installing these speakers will be more complicated than it is for normal systems but it can still be finished by one person. The box which contains the speaker system will also include an installation guide which is in simple step-by-step form. Just follow this guide and you should not have any problems with the installation.

In-wall speaker systems are used in a number of environments. They can be very effective and offer many features which most speaker systems cannot. If you are interested in purchasing an in-wall speaker system then you will want to look for the best brand within your budget. Some of the less expensive brands which are still highly recommended include JBL and Klipsh. Some brands which are a bit better in performance and a bit more expensive include Boss and Senheizer. Ultimately, you should take some time to search for a high quality in-wall speaker system so you can make an educated decision.

This In-Wall Speakers Review is Written/Updated on Mar 22nd, 2011 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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