Author Archives: Brian Kruse

    This has turned into the most asked question we get about InwallTech Speakers via chat, email, and by phone. To answer this question, let’s take a look at this illustration:     The image above provides a graphical comparison of two variables: the three InwallTech Speaker products that we have and the tree […]

    The new Inwalltech BT1 Bluetooth volume control is a self contained ‘stereo in the wall’ device. It’s operation is wireless, but it has to get power converted from a standard wall outlet. This presents a challenge for a “clean” look, but if you’re clever, you can find many opportunities to hide the large […]

    In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to convert a standard existing passive volume control into a stand alone zone with it’s own Bluetooth name and amplifier for the speakers in that room only. The existing volume control should have it’s own set of left and right wires coming into it from a […]

    Wireless inwall speakers don’t exist quite yet but they will someday. The problem is that they need power. When we talk about wireless speakers, they either have batteries or they plug into a power outlet. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to install wireless inwall speakers the best way possible. For wireless inwall […]

You might have noticed our home theater kits have some unusual “names” on them.  Well, they’re landmarks, neighborhoods and locations around my hometown (home metro area at least) of Portland, Oregon. First of all, a little local knowledge if you happen to visit our fine state.  We pronounce Oregon as OR-eh-gun.  We made the list […]

  In 1987, Pro-Logic, a breakthrough technology for surround sound processing, was introduced.  Inside it, a sound decoder breaks down sound into the different components making up the surround sound set up. That’s to the left speaker, the right speaker, and the center speaker. This is done through the use of a single-frequency range. Such innovation […]

    Apple Airplay is one of the best wireless home audio solutions available.  With its lossless audio design, it sounds as good as digital audio gets when delivered wirelessly.  It is bandwidth heavy but can be overcome with some design considerations.   This Do-It-Yourself wireless project will end up costing far less than other solution […]

Using Apple Airplay from Single Source Apps continued from Part 1 on setting up a 6 Zone Airplay Multi-Room System Step 3b: Configure most any audio app to play through any single zone In almost all these apps, you’re looking for the universal icon for Airplay: On their own, these apps will only play to ONE […]

  Granville, I don’t worry too much about power numbers these days.  Most good home theater receivers have plenty of power and unless you know that you’re going to need more power because of some circumstance – like a huge room or large audiences – today’s receivers are all built with satisfaction in mind.  We […]

Shuffle for Henry

Shuffle for Henry I’m happy to present this campaign “Shuffle for Henry”. Below it’s detailed as to what it’s all about and what we can do to help. I’d like to say this type of service of helping others through music resonates with me profoundly. I believe music has so many unconscious roots in us […]