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If you're installing select Infinity in-ceiling speaker in your new home, you can use this rough-in frame to set your speaker mounting location before the drywall goes up. "Wings" are provided for mounting the frame between most wall studs and joists.

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Infinity IW6RRIF Reviews

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1 Review

Nice brackets

Written by: Aaron from Felton, PA on May 6, 2013

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Decent rough-in brackets. They are worth not having to worry about centering the speakers after sheetrock. I purchased 4 of these for surrounds in a tray ceiling. easy to use and nice clips built in to hold the wire. I only wish they were cheaper. $5-$10 would be more reasonable for what they are.

Pros: layout of speakers ahead of time will save frustration during trim out.

Cons: Price

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  • White in-ceiling mounting bracket
  • 2 Plastic wings
  • Instruction sheet

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Overview: The Infinity IW6RRIF install bracket is a pre-construction bracket used to install the Infinity ERS 110, CS 60R or the CS 60RDT in-ceiling speakers. The included wings mount to the supplied speaker bracket and to the ceiling mounts, giving you a sturdy mount to install the speakers. The bracket requires a cutout in the drywall with the following diameter: 8.125".

Note: There are no screws or nails provided in this package.

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We have not received any answers from other customers on your question. I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question. [ Jeff  Feb 06, 2014 ]  Staff