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zooba72 03-28-16 10:08 PM

Low Profile On-Wall Main Speakers ?
 

Hello Everyone - I'm new to these forums and looking for some suggestions. I recently ran speaker wire to my dining room and I'm looking for an Wall mount speaker. Since it's a dining room I would prefer it to be low profile. The room is about 12' x 15' Thank you in advance.

Peter Loeser 03-29-16 07:49 AM

Re: Low Profile On-Wall Main Speakers ?
 

A couple speakers come to mind right off the bat.

Axiom M2
http://www.axiomaudio.com/m2-on-wall-speaker

HTD SB1
http://www.htd.com/Products/Versa-Ca...ers/Versa-SB1#

What's your budget? How compact do you need them to be (aside from shallow depth)? Are you opposed to in-wall speakers?

Tonto 03-29-16 01:47 PM

Re: Low Profile On-Wall Main Speakers ?
 

I own these for surround duty, great speakers.

http://www.chanemusiccinema.com/loud...peakers/A1rx-c

willis7469 03-29-16 04:19 PM

Re: Low Profile On-Wall Main Speakers ?
 

The axioms Peter linked are the first ones I thought of that seem to fit the criteria. IIRC, paradigm makes some nice shallow ones as well.


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Peter Loeser 03-30-16 07:11 AM

Re: Low Profile On-Wall Main Speakers ?
 

Yes - Paradigm Millenia and Definitive Mythos would also fit the bill.

http://www.paradigm.com/products-cur...eries=millenia

http://www.definitivetech.com/produc...es/mythos-xtr/

willis7469 03-30-16 07:19 AM

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Coytee 04-03-16 04:15 PM

Re: Low Profile On-Wall Main Speakers ?
 

To throw some ideas out there.... A guy I know, took some Klipsch Heresy's and built them about 50% into the wall.

Simply made an opening, built some support in there and finished it so the speaker would slide in.

Wouldn't necessarily have to be a Heresy but you could perhaps use various speakers. Later in life, you decide to move.... simply slap a piece of drywall up, mud it and paint the whole room.

rab-byte 04-03-16 08:02 PM

Dumb question maybe. Why not in-wall/ceiling?


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