Viking111
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Virtually Invisible 791 II Speakers

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We havent installed in-ceiling speakers before and are looking to set up a few in rooms at home.

1. Whats the difference between 791 (II) and 591?

2. For the 791, does the installation require any specific wiring?

3. Does the installation in a plasterboard ceiling require creating an internal frame or can these be installed directly.

4. Do we need a ceiling speaker enclosure/ box fitted behind the speaker to eliminate sound migration to other rooms or the floor above us. We are in an apartment and were warned by our friends, this may be required.

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Morlock
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Re: Virtually Invisible 791 II Speakers

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1) the 791s have a larger bass driver, so better bass, which also leads to better sound quality

2)  just standard speaker wires coming from an amplifier.

3) It will just clip to the plasterboard with dog-leg clips - it has a template that you cut the plasterboard to size

4) may depend on your house.  In most cases it shouldn't be necessary

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Morlock
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Re: Virtually Invisible 791 II Speakers

Author Accepted Answer selected by Viking111

1) the 791s have a larger bass driver, so better bass, which also leads to better sound quality

2)  just standard speaker wires coming from an amplifier.

3) It will just clip to the plasterboard with dog-leg clips - it has a template that you cut the plasterboard to size

4) may depend on your house.  In most cases it shouldn't be necessary

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Re: Virtually Invisible 791 II Speakers

Can these speakers be installed in the wall or would that affect the sound quality?