One Pair or Two Pair of Speakers Question

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Bruce,

The larger of the two rooms could use 2 pairs in there. I’d suggest you
at least wire for two pair and maybe just cut in one set and see how it
sounds to be safe.

I always use the analogy of the mom and pop grocery store for coverage
issues. Many times in a small shop like that, there will be an
inexpensive stereo near the counter playing “ambient” music. If the
store is somewhat larger, they’ll turn it up so that it covers the whole
store. But what happens is in the front of the store, it’s really
quiet, and towards the back it’s too loud. They just need more speakers.

Same thing in a house setting.

See this for an article about pre-construction brackets:
http://www.inwallstore.com/kb_results.asp?ID=1

And a great bang for the buck type speaker that we have are these:
http://www.inwallstore.com/product_p/jac6aii.htm
These sound very good for the price.

Brian Kruse
Installer
Inwall.com

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> I wish to install some ceiling speakers in two adjacent rooms. Room one has eleven foot ceilings and is roughly 20 x 25 the adjoining room has ten foot celings and is roughly 16 x 19. This not for surround sound but for just listening to music and background music reasons. Can I use two speakers per room?? Which ones do you suggest?? The rooms have not been sheetrocked yet. Do I install speakers before or after the sheetrook has been completed?
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