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Sonance architectural wall speakers in DIY wooden speaker box.

  • 23 February 2021
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Hello,

I would like to have your thoughts using a pair of Sonance/Sonos architectural wall speakers in a pair of DIY wooden speaker box specifically prepared for these speakers (instead of putting them in the wall).

Would it be possible? How would be the quality of the sound?

I don’t want to make halls in my walls, and to be able to benefit from Trueplay feature in a Dolby Digital 4.1 setting using my Sonos Amp, Sonos Sub Gen 2, and a pair of Play 3s as surrounds.

Thank you very much in advance for your responses.

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Best answer by Stanley_4 24 February 2021, 01:09

As long as you build a decent box, no flexing, rattles or vibrations they should sound just fine.

The only question I see is the volume of the box or wall cavity. Sonos does not give that so it may not be critical.

A typical US wall mount volume would be around 3.5” X 22 x 48” or 3700 cubic inches.

 

https://www.sonos.com/pdfs/productguides/en-us/sonos_in_wall_by_sonance.pdf

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As long as you build a decent box, no flexing, rattles or vibrations they should sound just fine.

The only question I see is the volume of the box or wall cavity. Sonos does not give that so it may not be critical.

A typical US wall mount volume would be around 3.5” X 22 x 48” or 3700 cubic inches.

 

https://www.sonos.com/pdfs/productguides/en-us/sonos_in_wall_by_sonance.pdf

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Thank you very much !

 

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