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lsgarth Posted 3 months 4 weeks ago
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I have 4 invisa MPX speakers that I'm using for surrounds, I am placing them in columns that are 12x6x8... I have insulation in the bottom half of the columns and was wondering if I should place insulation in the top half of the columns behind the speakers themselves?

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It might not make a large difference, but adding some insulation directly behind the MPX won't hurt. Just make sure the insulation is not compressed much so it will do its job better.

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lsgarth Posted 3 months 4 weeks ago
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Thanks for your reply!
I just didn't want the insulation to dampen the sound too much at the same time I don't want it to sound like a hollow box as well.

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You should be fine, no problem.

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