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Old 22nd January 2007, 11:45 PM   #1
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Default Home theater suggestions (in wall)

I am building a new conference room at my office. I want to incorporate a HT setup in there... using the office LCD projector! The long and short of the data is the following:

1. Room size is 14' x 21'. The "clear of features" 14' wall is the projection area. It is ~ 8' tall.

2. Room is framed out presently. I would like to build flush mounted, in wall speakers. The speaker box can be 14-1/2" wide. I have plenty of room behind the wall for "more box".

3. I would prefer a flush center channel also.

4. Can a sub go in a ceiling using the joists as sidewalls? Unravel a Tuba sub for the ceiling??? I suspect it can but know little of HT.

How about a BIB with the horn element exhausting at the floor?? How about line arrays? I have ~ 128 PE NSB's ready to go. Help me out.
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Old 23rd January 2007, 05:15 PM   #2
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How about line arrays?
Hi chipco3434,

In-wall BiB's for bass, corner placed and at lateral angles seems to be a good idea.

See my recent post # 6 where suitable baffle layouts with 3 - 4" NSB's that could well be built in a wall:

My plans for my NSBs - feel free to make comments!

More of 'NSB's' Iíve posted that also easily can be converted for in-wall use:

352 NSB drivers ordered - now what shall I do.......


Loudspeaker Circular Arc Line Arrays

Any one else agree with Zaph? Also I'm building computer speakers.

What kind of drivers do you have in your stock?

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Old 23rd January 2007, 08:25 PM   #3
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At least 20 NSB's I can put on this task. I am leaning towards those with the cabinet volume & port according to Thylantyr...
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