I would like to paint my in-wall speaker panel/grill to match with my theater wall color, is there a special typre of paint for this or can I just use the same paint I paint my wall with? Thanks.
The more i think about this, it is best just to leave the grill off as my Polk inwall is kind of dark/black color. I read somewhere that those metal inwall speaker grill can negatively impact the sound. I just need to paint the 4 side egdes around the speaker which is much easy to do. Thanks all for helping.
That thread from remotecentral has some details on a disposable sprayer from Home Depot, the Preval Sprayer.
Looks pretty awesome, and I will try it if the time comes. I'm looking at some 'narrow bezel' speakers, so I may not paint.
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I recently bought Polk Vanishing Series speakers and have been researching ways to paint the grills. There are a lot of great suggestions in AVS threads.
The guy at my local paint shop mentioned Preval but said to be very careful as the risk if sputtering & drips is high.
I am going to give these folks (below) a try as it feels like the easiest way to go for my Left, Right, Centers to be the same as our wall color. This outfit has a big database of the major vendor's colors so I was able to order an exact match for the Benjamin Moore color we are painting the room with. One can of spray paint on the way!