It used to be that all speakers were freestanding. Whether flanking a hi-fi system or mounted as bookend speakers, they'd be plainly visible. However, people have been slowly switching to in-wall speakers. As the name suggests, in-wall speakers are installed within a wall cavity, so the face of the speaker sits flush with the wall itself, and they come with several compelling advantages.
Here are just five.
1. Zero Clutter
If you're putting together a concert for an up-and-coming band, a group of musicians who already have something of a following, then you need to make sure that you provide them with the best platform. The people in the audience are likely to be audiophiles, and they will insist that "their heroes" come across perfectly, so this puts additional pressure on you as the organiser.
The good news is that you have plenty of choice when you select your equipment and can choose from the best in technology to keep even the most discerning ear happy.
The leaders of your church may have appointed you to help grow the congregation, be a producer for their weekend services and to help with general promotion. They know that they need to present a more professional image to attract more people to worship and feel that they may have been using outdated systems in the past.
You must know something about event management and production and believe that you can make a significant difference by upgrading the sound system in this aged building.