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Air Sealing In Ceiling Speakers

Posted by swensoca (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 19, 13 at 12:47

We are in the process of building a new home and are wanting to put in some in ceiling speakers in the kitchen, living room, and master bath. I am looking at some polk audio speakers and their new construction brackets. My question is once installed how air tight will these be? I don't want to create gaps that will leak air into the attic. I also don't want to caulk the speakers as it makes it difficult to replace or upgrade later on. Any ideas would be appreciated.

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RE: Air Sealing In Ceiling Speakers

You might try foam.. for a bed of a pick up.or door side has foam..other side has "sticky film " will have to cut it to fit.. you can buy it at lowes in a roll

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