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Old 2015-12-09, 10:21 AM
GreyingJay GreyingJay is offline
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Originally Posted by gerapau View Post
Sure, but the same could be said for every break in the vapor barrier. Doors, windows, electrical outlets, switches, etc...
The OP specifically asked if it was OK to just cut a hole in the vapor barrier to accommodate the speakers, "so the speaker is pressed up against the insulation directly". Maybe this is OK, as long as the vapor barrier is then tightly sealed to the perimeter of the speaker enclosure?

If the OP wants to do this project, I think they should consider a professional installation just to make sure it's done correctly. I'm not even sure I know how to do it correctly. I do know I don't want to mess with my building envelope without being absolutely sure I'm doing it right.
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