There are few better options for home entertainment systems than wall-mounted speakers, which have numerous advantages over floor-mounted or built-in speakers.

One of their key advantages is the ability to place wall-mounted speakers nearly anywhere in the room, allowing you to create a hugely gratifying and high-quality soundscape that can deliver near-cinema level surround sound, especially if you utilize speakers that have this kind of compatibility.

In comparison to floor-mounted speakers, wall-mounted speakers take up far less room and provide far more versatility. Speakers of various sizes, from enormous inset speakers to smaller, easier-to-install speakers, can also be mounted on walls.

If you want to use wall mounted speakers, you might be a little intimidated by the installation process. Floor speakers, on the other hand, can be safely left on the ground, even if they are in the way.

While floor speakers are more convenient if you don’t want to spend time hanging them properly, setting up a nice wall mounted speaker isn’t that difficult, and with a little planning, you can make the process much easier and smoother.

This brings us to the first and most crucial step in the process of installing wall speakers: planning.


Room size

With this type of installation Room Size Planning is important, and you can make your life a lot simpler by taking some time to think about what you want to do and how you want to achieve it. The first thing to consider is the room’s size, as well as which walls are best suited for wall speakers.

This will also necessitate some decision-making regarding how you want to perceive the sound they provide. Do you like them to be placed behind your seating area for a more immersive experience? Or are you looking for a more classic front-facing sound system?

This will immediately point you in the right way for mounting your speakers. The size of the room is the next factor to consider, as it will decide the size of speakers required for optimal acoustics and sound quality.

Smaller spaces, of course, necessitate smaller speakers, which are easier to install, but larger rooms may necessitate larger speakers, which are more difficult to accommodate.


As we’ve already mentioned, positioning is crucial. Once you’ve decided on the size and placement of your speakers, sketch up a rough plan of where you want them to go and mark it with a pencil so you can remember where you want to put them when the time comes.

Don’t be scared to test a few different positions until you discover the right one. Measure twice, cut once, or in this case, measure twice, drill once, as the adage goes.

Wire Installation Plan

After deciding where you want your speakers, ensure sure you can safely and quickly connect your cords to them.

This can cause a lot of problems if you choose a challenging location, and it’s something that might lead you to change your ideas slightly. It’s better to do this before you pull out the power drill.

If your cables can reach the speaker but are visible, there are several options for hiding them, including routing them behind furniture or even running them beneath flooring or behind walls if you have the necessary skills.

They can also be routed around the room’s perimeter to make them as inconspicuous as feasible. Whatever option you choose, this step will save you a lot of time and effort in the future.

Wall-mounted installation

We’ve arrived to the most important part of the procedure. You’ll need a template to install your speakers into the wall since you’ll need to measure exactly where you want to cut off the wall so the speaker fits snugly. Make sure there’s enough space for the cables as well!

Tape the template to the wall and check the outline using a level to ensure it’s straight.

Carefully cut the hole, first drilling a small hole in one of the template or outline’s corners, and then cutting off the lines you’ve drawn using a drywall saw.

If you have any rough edges, don’t worry; if it’s a flush fit, the speaker will usually hide them completely. However, make sure the speaker fits in terms of depth and height before you start cutting; you don’t want your speaker to be hanging halfway out of the wall!

After that, you can route the cords to the speaker in whatever way you choose, based on your abilities and preferences. Many people just wire them through the ceiling or along the skirting boards, while others choose to route them through the walls. It’s entirely up to you.

Installation of a Wall Mount

This is slightly different and, in some ways, much easier for a wall mount.

The directions may vary depending on the mount you choose, so be sure to follow them to the letter.

To ensure success, mark the drill holes for the mounts in pencil and double-check that they are level before you begin.

Once the mount is in place, test it by placing the speaker on it and ensuring that it is secure and capable of safely supporting the speaker’s weight. Once you’re satisfied that the mount is safe and stable, you can route the cables to the speaker in the same way as described before, using any routing method you like!