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Genelec 1038 A flushmount small Dub stage

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Genelec 1038 A flushmount small Dub stage

Youngling Viestejä: 1 Liittymispäivä: 9.11.2012 Viimeisimmät viestit
Hi all.

Im about to get my genelecs flush mounted in the wall and im looking for some guidelines
to Mount them....
There is gonna be a perforated screen in front of the speakers.

The plan is to build 3 mdf solid wood cases where the speakers will mount tight on hard rubber studs. and mount them in the wall... But shall I treat the "front" wall with something or should I leave it hard?
I have seen some wall mounts where the "front" wall was packed with insulation batts and then some kind of cloth..
This Shall be done like a dub stage and not like a music mix studio...

Sorry for my english I'll hope you know what I mean and can give me some advices.

All the best