Invisa Series (126 topics)

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Where does one find information on the rough-in brackets for the Invisa 650?
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Hi new to the forum, Just building a music room with Triton Refs. Even though this will be primarily a 2 channel music room. I am also adding the...
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Hello, I am a new member here. I will be building a ranch home, meaning that my in ceiling speakers will be though the attic floor. In order to...
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I have a pair of invista 7000’s I am installing for rear surrounds in a 7.1 system. I have two rows of seats. I have read the manual and compared...
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Hi everyone, Happy New Year! We're building a new home and am looking to set up a 5.1.4 system in our media room with 9 ft. ceilings. I currently...
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Do the back boxes on the SPS really improve sound or are they just to limit sound transmission? In my case, I have 10" behind the speakers which are...
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Hello, I'm looking for some advice on speaker equipment and location for a home theater in a new home. As you can see from the attached files, I have...
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I have been considering the MPX for left/right. Unfortunately, my left/right are forced to be ~16" from the side walls. Does the multi-polar nature...
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Hi GE Friends, I am in the design process of converting a 300 square foot bedroom into a home theater. I was all set to give the thumbs up to my...
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Hi, I am building a 5.1.2 Dolby atmos system with a single SPS as CENTER placed horizontally and MPX speakers doing duty for LEFT ,RIGHT, SURROUNDS,...
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If i put MPX and SPS speaker behind acoustically transparent screen, sound quality would be the same as locating infront of projector screen ?
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Hi Sandy, 2 questions: 1. Could you elaborate on the reasons why you chose a multi-polar design for your MPX surrounds? It would seem that as the...
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Hello! Looking for feedback and advice on the layout of a 5.1 speaker system in a living room. Due to a fireplace and other factors that prevent...
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The Invisa series brochure states the following regarding the MPX speaker: It combines two precisely angled spiderleg cast-basket 5" bass/midrange...
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Hi, Firstly, I appreciate all of the info I've gained so far from everyone here. Situation: I have a 24' x 18' room with 9' ceilings. There will be...
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I just finished cutting the holes in my ceiling and popped a speaker in to verify they fit. so far so good. While I was looking at them i tried aiming...
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Ok so I'm looking to place 4 in ceiling 650 I bought but due to no attic space and my indented roof being concrete I can only put them 2 feet from...
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Hi,so I will be running 4- 650 Atmos height speakers and 2 mpx for surrounds ..what should I set there crossover at .. for 650 and mpx..now the Triton...
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I'm building a new wall to install three Invisa SPS speakers (L/R vertical, C horizontal). I have a lot of flexibility and was wondering if there was...
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Using a Ceiling thats between 7.8 & 9.8 foot in height? Would 2.7 to 3 meters be OK from the MLP when used as Rear or Surrounds in ceiling?
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