Have you thought about installing in-wall speakers? For those of you who dream of having a home theater with superior sound, and want the look of a professional installation, today’s project is for you. Today I show you a video on how to install home theater in-wall speakers. In-wall speakers look gorgeous, because they are flush with the drywall. This makes your room look better than having speakers mounted on brackets on the wall, or even on stands that can get knocked over.
How to Install In-Wall Speakers
Saving space in your home with in-wall speakers
Living rooms are all about style and comfort, whereas home theater rooms are all about picture and sound quality. Trying to merge these two rooms into one can be a difficult task. Using in-wall speakers instead of traditional bookshelf speakers can make this much easier and more appealing to the eye. The following are three reasons why choosing in-wall speakers are ideal for every living space.
Reason 1: Unclutter your room
Historically, home theater speakers are large and are installed in giant speaker cabinets. These old style speakers made interior design a nightmare. In-wall speakers can be installed flush in the wall. The result is less space taken up with speaker cabinets and more room to decorate. Once the speakers are in the wall, the room instantly feels more open and relaxed.
Reason 2: Paint to match the room
Many of these speakers come ready to be painted. They usually have a white grill and bezel that is just waiting to be painted the same color as the walls they are installed into. It is fast, easy, and blends into the room’s interior. Once properly painted, these speakers are almost invisible on the wall. The outer bezel can even be wallpapered if that is a better suited for the wall.
Reason 3: Install where you want
Freedom to install these speakers where you want is one of the major benefits of in-wall speakers. No more ugly speaker brackets that stick out of the wall. No more moving furniture to set bookshelf speakers on. Now you can find the ideal location in-between studs and insert the speaker. If walls are not an option, then look up to the ceiling. Speaker placement is just as easy with speakers that install in the ceiling and offers more flexibility.
Sound quality does not need to be sacrificed when designing a living room home theater. With recent improvements in speaker technology, in wall speakers can offer sound quality that is just as good as traditional speakers, if not better. The final result is a room that sounds great, feels spacious, and looks fantastic. Next time you redesign your living room, consider re-locating your speakers to a more concealed location. Your living room will never be the same.
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