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A=10 feet
Easy Design Speaker
Model WB1EZ
Speaker Layout
The layout of the speakers should be planned prior to
installation. Because wall baffle speakers are designed to
project forward, it is best to aim them in the same direc-
tion, as this provides for both greater coverage and clarity.
You can use the building’s roof pillars or other available
supports for mounting the wall baffles. In some cases, it
may be necessary to mount the wall baffles on opposing
walls. In these cases, the speakers will project sound in
opposing directions.
HALLWAY/ROOM - Wall baffle speakers work well
with rooms and hallways that are 20’ to 60’ wide. Layout
starts at one end of the hallway or room.The first speak-
er should be installed 10’ from the end of the hallway or
room. The next speaker on that wall should be installed
20’ from the first speaker, as should any additional speak-
ers required to cover the length of the hallway or room.
The first speaker on the opposing wall should be installed
20’ from the end of the hallway or room, thereby stagger-
ing the speakers. Each additional speaker should also be
installed 20’ apart from the previous one. See Figure 1.
OPEN AREA - The number of speakers needed to cover an
open area and the layout of those speakers is contingent upon
the availability of suitable mounting points in the area to be cov-
Layout starts in one corner of the room. The first speak-
er should be installed 10’ from the wall with each addi-
tional speaker in the first row installed in increments of 20’
from the first. Based on Figure 2, install the next row of
speakers 30’ from the first row and 20’ from the wall with
increments of 20’ between each speaker. The third row
would follow the example of the first and each additional
row would continue this pattern of alternating rows until
the whole area is covered.
Figure 2
Figure 1
20’ to 60’
B=20 feet