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Old 9th April 2014, 12:38 AM   #1
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Default advice on making inwall from Meridian DSP33

I am looking for some advice on making an inwall center channel speaker from a Meridian DSP33. This is in active speaker. It has boundary correction so you can place it right up to the wall.

I was able to purchase 2 in wall meridian dsp 420's for the left and right but cannot locate one more for the center.

So I bought a DSP 33 which uses the same drivers and electronics as the 420 and
want to mount them in a DIY back box. The Meridian inwalls have aluminum baffles. Should I try to find someone who could make one for me or would making one out of MDF work.

I am new to this so any advice or sources of information, vendors would be helpful.
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