Re: Looking for decent in-walls /in-ceiling speakers for family room
And if $300-$400 per pair is still more than what you expected to spend....consider Proficient Audio speakers.
No matter what brand you go with for in-walls....don't overlook the necessity (in my opinion) to supplement the speakers with a good subwoofer. Typical in-walls can't handle alot of bass. If you're using the in-walls or in-ceiling speakers for music only; you may be able to get by without a subwoofer. But if you plan to play DVD movie audio thru them for surround sound purposes, you'll definitely want to get a sub.