Camille Blankenship Ceiling April 14th, 2019 - 22:33:09
The speaker will attach itself to the wall, and will normally go less than 3 1/2 into the wall to accommodate the standard two by four studs used in most construction. Please be aware that it is possible to have two by three studs, these are mainly used in townhouses and condominiums, and if this is the case you may need specialized in-wall speakers that will occupy less space in the wall.
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We then need to install the speaker wires; many designs use a push pin style connection where you just push the positive and negative wires in place. Make sure you use wire that lets you distinguish between positive and negative that is red and white. When running the wire through the wall, be sure to mark which cable goes to the stereo and which ones go to the volume control. The speaker cable should be stapled to the studs at a maximum of every 36.
The installation is an easy, do-it-yourself project and does not require any professional wiring. Remote control kits include a handheld transmitter for sending commands to the fan and a receiver which either conceals inside the fan canopy or mounts just beneath the ceiling. Remote controls can operate the fan or light reliably up to 40 feet away from the fan.
Why does my fan hum when I installed a variable speed (solid state) control? Most quality ceiling fans are operated by a certain type of electrical control system called capacitors. Capacitor electronics in ceiling fans create distinct speed steps like high, medium, and low. Capacitors control the fan speed in a way that does not produce a hum. Variable fan speed controls, which create a speed control range from low to high, are operated by solid state electronics. Variable controls can create a hum because they control the fans speed in a different manner. For quiet fan operation, capacitor type fan controls are recommended for most ceiling fan installations.
What is the minimum height I need in my room to put up a fan? Safety standards state that the min height from the floor to the bottom of the fan blades must be 2.3m or 7ft 6, consider Hunter Low Profile ceiling fan if you have a low ceiling, just really make sure that they are above head height.