In-wall speakers offer an aesthetically pleasing alternative to home speakers, which take up a great deal of space while trailing wires and cords along the floor. They are easily installed in cavities between studs in most homes, offices and apartments. There are several benefits to using in-wall speakers, including sound quality.
In-wall speakers are well-suited to audio systems that span multiple rooms. They are also popular additions to home theater systems with surround sound. They are installable in any room, although if you plan to install them in a bathroom, look for moisture-resistant units. Since they take up little space, in-wall speakers are heavily configurable.
In-wall speakers have acoustical advantages, because being encased in a wall prevents them from buzzing and projects their sound clearly. Most in-wall speakers offer generally superior sound quality, with top-notch sensitivity and frequency response ranges along with powerful amplification. An in-ceiling speaker projects sound in a way that floor speakers can not.
You can paint the covers of in-wall speakers to match the decor of a particular room. While you are free to hire an electrician to install your speakers, you may choose to do this yourself, as the average in-wall speaker system comes with clear instructions.
In-wall speakers offer you plenty of choices. They are often priced about the same as free-standing speakers. They are also versatile, and many of them are equipped with swiveling tweeters, which allow you to angle the sound toward a particular part of a room. When installing in-wall speakers, cut into the wall carefully to avoid damaging any existing wiring behind it.