Hello, I'm attempting to make an in-wall speaker setup using non-inwall speakers. My current assumption is that I can just cut a rectangular hole in the drywall, brace the speaker between the studs behind the drywall so that it is sticking level with the drywall, than build a frame to cover it.
The frame part confuses me, In order to make it look good, what i've come up with is to just make a wooden square and then put speaker cloth over it.
Is there some better/easier way to do this?
I used in ceiling speakers that I had and built an enclosure to enhance bass.
(LCD - Sony KDL -52 XBR4) (Receiver - Yamaha RX-A1040)(Blu Ray - Oppo BDP-83) (PS3)( Comcast X1) Speakers (L & R - Paradigm Studio 20) (Center -Paradigm CC-470) (Surrounds & Back Surrounds - Paradigm SA-15R in walls) (Subwoofer 1 - Sunfire HRS-12) (Subwoofer 2 - Paradigm PW-2100)
My wall is pretty deep, its part of a wall that has like 2 feet between the wall and basement wall. I left it as a cavity on purpose to be able to get behind it and run wires/change wires if need be and also to be my electronics cabinet of sorts