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    Question speaker filling for in-ceiling 80F/X RT's (?) and 255c-RT

    I'll be putting in (4) 80F/X RT's into my ceiling. the front right and back right will both be in the same 15" ceiling span as will the lefts.

    Are these speakers meant to be put into an open space like that or should I use some padding?

    The 255c-RT will be going into my wall where the chimney is (simple metal pipe for gas logs). That space is actually pretty large, so I'll need some sort of cabinet.

    Is there any type of foam speaker "dome" or something I can put over the speaker to get better sound when it's in an open area like that?

    thanks

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    http://www.dynamat.com/products_arch...l_dynabox.html

    DynaBox.
    Its a rubber box for in-wall speakers. Very solid. They also have other products that may like better.
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    that box will work for the rectangular 255c-rt?

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