Have you ever heard of wall or in-wall speakers before? These speakers can be installed easily enough on flat surfaces like ceilings or floors.
Nowadays, home theater systems are in demand worldwide. The same goes with wall speakers. These speakers have certain advantages compared to external or outside speakers. Since you can install them on ceilings, floors or wall cavities, they do not take up space in your living room or whatsoever. They can also be easily hidden from view.
Normally, a wall speaker is sold with a grille and a frame. A wall speaker is then installed in a wall cavity as an enclosure together with the relevant grille and frame. To hide the speaker, you can paint the grille and frame the same color as the wall.
There are three types of in-wall speaker systems called sealed, semi-sealed and open back. Normally, these speaker systems are used for two main purposes. One is for a home theater system and the other is to give an audio sound system for the whole house. However, there are certain disadvantages to using this type of speaker system.
Once you install it, it is very hard to change the location of the speaker system. Another problem could be diffraction loss, which would affect the performance of the speaker system. Nowadays, manufacturers have special pivotal mounts to reposition the speakers. Therefore, the disadvantage of relocating the position of the speaker system might not be a big deal after all.
Before simply buying a wall speaker system, it is important to consider certain factors. Quality and size of the wall cavity should be taken into account before purchase. Check the power handling, efficiency and frequency response of the speaker system as well. To put it briefly, wall speakers give many benefits like custom and easy installation, flexibility and compatibility.