So I was trying to plan out a dedicated room. One person I saw was saying if you were to ever use towers as surrounds and placed them in the wall, such as a false wall so that you can walk behind it in order to change out equipment ect that if you were to put towers in the walls you would have to change the cross overs to match that they would be in wall. I would think that seeing they would be in wall it would completely change the way they sound regardless of the cross over or am i just dumb?
just curious as to what you others think that have more experience with it all.
It was kinda of a neat idea having a false wall and then putting all the speakers tower or not into the wall, but then again I know a lot of people that place bookshelf speakers into columns in their theaters in order to hide them but never say they switch cross overs but to me its the same thing, a speaker in the wall that was really not meant to be in there.
hmm let me know what you guys think.