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Ceiling Grill for volt 6 atmos?

I am using 4, Volt 6 for atmos speakers. In the ceiling i went with OSB and DW. Anyone have a good solution for grill covers for the volt 6 in the ceiling. I bought some cheap ones from amazon, but thy bump down quick a bit.
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I made my own boxes and put some magnets in the box of the speaker, the made another frame with some other magnets and the grill just attach to it, a magnetic grill

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I used these on my 4 Volt 8 that I have in ceiling for Atmos and the two in wall for surrounds.
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I used these on my 4 Volt 8 that I have in ceiling for Atmos and the two in wall for surrounds.
They're invisible! Perfect.
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I used these on my 4 Volt 8 that I have in ceiling for Atmos and the two in wall for surrounds.
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They're invisible! Perfect.
Ha! As in, no images are showing up, @RGrizzzz FYI
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Did you attach the Volts directly into your ceiling dry wall then then attached these grills on top?

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Did you attach the Volts directly into your ceiling dry wall then then attached these grills on top?
I mounted the Volts in sealed boxes between my joists. (12" on center in that part of house) The screws actually reached through the drywall to the boxes, so the frames attached very securely.
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