I want to install a couple of these:
<https://www.security.honeywell.com/hsc/products/intruder-detection-systems/Sounding-Devices/wave-indoor-sounder/21674.html> *inside* the house, tied into the alarm and "fire" systems.
But, don't want to *see* them (i.e., hanging on a wall).
The only two options that come to mind are to:
- set them *in* the ceiling behind a decorative grating/grillwork
- fasten them to the interior of a closet (and expect some
attenuation due to the closet door being closed
Inside a duct would also be good -- probably REALLY good as it would
also serve as an acoustical conduit -- but I think disallowed (code).
Note that the enclosure is essential to the performance of the
device as it is, in effect, a folded horn.
On 4/25/2016 10:11 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
No "doorbell enclosures". Visitors are "announced" through speakers
mounted in the ceilings Attempting to locate these coaxially in front
of the speakers wouldn't work -- they're too small (or these are too
BIG -- the horn really adds a lot to the overall depth :< )
*I'm* the one who objects to "wall clutter". She'd frown and move on.
I, OTOH, have been removing all the bits of kit from walls, shelves, etc.
(all that presently remains are the smoke/CO detectors; I can't see
how to rid myself of those while still retaining the protections they
3) I already had a piece of weaving hung on the wall, maybe 1' wide
and almost 2' high, when I wanted to put in glass/wood breakage
detectors. One facing the back of the house, one facing the front. I
didn't mind if they showed but the hanging was already there, so put
it in and put the hanging back, over it, and it works fine and can't
be seen. Things a lot denser than a weaving would probably work
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