In wall speakers rely on the wall cavity to reproduce some of the lower frequencies, Exterior walls have insulation, vapor barrier and possible other issues so this is not going to work very well Particulalry in your climate.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Should you insulate around in-wall speakers?
Consider installing some insulation (R-13) in the wall cavity behind the speakers to improve sound quality. The width of the insulation is usually pre-cut, so you only need to cut it to length and insert it in the opening behind the speakers.
Do in-wall speakers sound worse?
Because of the arbitrary nature of what's behind a wall when you cut a hole, there can be no predictable bass performance from an open-back in-wall speaker. It gets worse. Some in-wall companies offer “back boxes” for their in-walls.
Do in-wall speakers get hot?
Most electrical equipment gets a little heated up when used, especially if used for long periods of time. A ceiling speaker should be no different. ... As far as I can tell, ceiling speakers do not heat up that much. In fact, it looks like many consider the heat from speakers to be insignificant.
Are wall mounted speakers good?
Mounting directly into wall or ceiling can aid surround sound set-ups and make them much more spatially accurate sound reproduction. They are a great solution for smaller space as they have no footprint within the room itself. If you're tired of untidy wires then they are are also advantageous.
Can you put in wall speakers in a humid area?
If you live in a humid area, and you want to install in-wall speakers in any rooms that aren’t air-conditioned, choose moisture-resistant speakers for those rooms as well. Enclosed speakers - Most in-wall speakers lack enclosures since they’re meant to be installed inside walls.
Is there such thing as a good in wall speaker?
But despite the prevalence of cheap in-wall speakers, there exists a vast array of really good ones, too. In order to compare an in-wall speaker to an in-room speaker, it’s only fair that they each use high-quality components and are in the same price range. Apples to apples.
How big of a hole do you need for an in wall speaker?
A new in-wall speaker will most likely require a different size hole, and that could mean sheetrock work, texturing, and paint. This is not a deal-killer, but upgrading an in-wall isn’t often trivial. Moving an in-wall over to the left 18” is also much more involved than moving an in-room speaker. Again, you’re faced with sheetrock and paint work.
Can You Move an in wall speaker to the left?
Moving an in-wall over to the left 18” is also much more involved than moving an in-room speaker. Again, you’re faced with sheetrock and paint work. Make sure you pick the correct location the first time, and then double-check a few times before you cut the hole. Carefully calibrate your seating distance before reaching for the saw.