Home Theater ReviewIt's hard to imagine in-wall loudspeakers becoming less intrusive for they take up zero floor space and yet that's exactly what they're doing, for the hot new trend among in-wall speakers is to be more hidden. How can an in-wall speaker be any more hidden? Easy, lose the bezel. For years in-wall loudspeakers have been "plagued" with chunky white bezels that might as well have been big white bulls-eyes screaming, "Look at me!" Of course I'm exaggerating but just like HDTV thickness, why can't in-wall speaker bezels be thinner? The answer is - they can. Not only are in-wall speaker bezels becoming a thing of the past, they're also more affordable than ever. Case in point: the 625-RT in-wall loudspeaker from Polk Audio.
RIP STEVEN 12/26/2013
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