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Old 30th December 2008, 07:48 PM   #1
AC439 is offline AC439  United States
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Default Is this a good idea?

So after building a pair of speakers with satisfactory result recently, I am thinking about building another pair.

Upon browsing the Partsexpress catalog, I came across some in wall speakers (rectangular front plate, a woofer and a tweeter) sold in pair.

I then thought of building a pair of cabinets and put them on with a regular sealed-box or bass-reflex design. This would be a quick job since the cross over is already built in and only need a rectangular opening at the front.

I wonder if this would be too much of a quick and dirty project? Anyone thought of this path before? What is your thought?

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