One question that several of you have asked pertains to designing an in-wall speaker: how does it differ from designing a regular speaker? What factors do you have to take into account when you’re engineering it?
I caught up with Andrew Welker in our anechoic chamber (this time we put the floor in so I could turn the camera around!) and asked him about his strategy. Log in
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Looking for a way to get high-end sound in any room of your house? In wall ceiling speakers may be the answer!
Whole-house music is something a lot of us yearn for – it can be as practical as wanting to listen to the radio while making lunches in the kitchen, or as decadent as wanting the music to follow you no matter where you are during a party. Regardless, few of us have the space (or the inclination) to put full-blown bookshelf or floor standing speakers in every room of the house. Log in
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Our customers have lots of experience building a home theater!
Are you considering building a home theater in your house? You know, the kind of room where friends and family kick back with big bowls of popcorn and the latest box office hit, immersing themselves in better-than-movie-theater sound? If so, get the inside track on what to do when building a home theater room by taking advantage of this hard-won advice from our message board members:
1. Buy more cable than you had anticipated. Accounting for twists, turns, reroutes, and doubling-back means that what once looked like more than you could ever need is now labyrinth-like maze that that needs to be fed ever-increasing lengths. Log in
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A question on our Youtube channel this week inspired a little post to help you with audio troubleshooting subwoofers. No sound? No idea why? Here are 5.1 (naturally) tests you can try at home to see what the culprit may be.
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- Is it the coaxial cable itself? Test this by connecting your subwoofer in what’s called the ’high level’ way: use speaker wire to make the connection. If it makes sound, then it’s the coaxial cable that is at fault and you need to replace the cable.