Mount Genie Flush Mount | Built-in Wall or Ceiling Bluetooth Speaker Mount [Newest 2019 Model AUS Compatible] | Includes Optional Grill. Award Winning Design (1 Pack)
- PLEASE NOTE: Power is still needed for the device. Requires minor installation which is easy for most. Wiring included (6-foot power extension – giving total of 12 feet using the original adapter)
- This is the update to our previous top selling Flush Mount, for the newest generation of devices. If you have our old version this swaps out very easy!
- We now carry a custom Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter for those installations as well. This is preferred for new construction and for homes that already have ethernet cables installed to most rooms. See picture if you are unfamiliar with PoE. It's great!
- The mount and optional grill come in bright white, like most switch plates, and can be easily painted if desired.
- Patent Pending "Sound Channel" provides un-muffled, crisp sound from the speaker.
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Mount Genie designs high-quality mounting products for voice assistants and other smart technology. While smart home products are improving our personal and professional lives in countless ways, they also lead to unsightly cord clutter. Mount Genie aims to solve that problem with easy mounts that hide cords and make your smart home smarter than ever.
The Flush Mount 3
Patent Pending "Sound Channel" provides the crystal clear sound you would expect from the newest generation of voice assistants and Bluetooth speakers.
The Flush Mount 3 can be mounted in a ceiling or wall. Mounts can be painted to fit any decor.
The Flush Mount 3 comes with a 6' power extension cord, giving owners a total of 12' for installation.
Simple and Easy to Use
- Sleek design - looks great anywhere
- Takes up minimal space
- Great for any room in the house
- Some installation required
- In wall or ceiling mount
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1. Installation in the wall or ceiling is just as easy as the last model for the Dot Gen 2 but more secure.
2. The Power over Ethernet adapter is a game changer. All new homes have the Ethernet in the walls and I actually like having the Dot on the wall as opposed to the ceiling (like my video) so you can manually adjust volume too. connecting to the ether net jack in the wall and running the cabling up in the same stud bay and using the PoE adapter makes install is pretty dummy proof.
3. I have seen a bunch of devices that have Alexa built in like, smoke detectors, light switches, microwaves etc, and I still think having your own stand-alone Dot is the best move. they are so cheap and you can replace when there is an upgrade. I dont want to replace my light switches and smoke detectors to get an upgrade.
4. Having Alexa builtin is incredible. I use her for everything and its really like living in the future.
It makes perfect sense in my case because we use the Echo Dots the same way we use the old intercom system... Drop-in feature to speak to each other in different rooms, Multi-room music to listen to music throughout the house, and Doorbell chime when someone presses our Ring doorbell. And we use it for even more features for smart home automations through Alexa.
These in-wall flush mounts are a clean way to install the echo dots and get them out of the way. The sound is great, and the microphone picks up my voice just as well in the mount as it does out.
The mount itself is easy to install. A few installation tips... The first is obvious, but remember to feed the power cord through the opening in the side of the mount before putting the mount in the wall. Also, be conscious of which direction the wire will be pointing when the mount is installed...you'll want to make sure it is not butting up against a stud or something. I had the wire pointed up, that way the volume up button is at the top and the volume down button is at the bottom. Lastly, do not over-tighten the screws that secure the mount to the bracket behind the wall; this was not a problem for me, but I could see someone driving the screws to the point of compromising the plastic back of the mount; although, it appeared to me it would take quite a bit of overdoing it to get to that point. In terms of inserting the Echo Dot into the mount, just slide it in...I like that the mount is a pressure fitting...makes it easy to remove when necessary.
Also, the provided power cord extension works great as an extension to the default power adapter. However, I only needed the male end of the extension cord, which I spliced into the existing in-wall wiring for my old intercom system. (In case you're curious, no, my old intercom system did not provide the proper power rating in order to power multiple echo dots. That's where this 12V Power Transformer came in handy.)
I would definitely recommend this flush mount!
These in combo with the POE adapter, is a home run.
The biggest disappointment was the sound... It sounds muddy and it has lost a ton of clarity and ineligibility . Even boosting the treble did little to help. It was really apparent when I paired another echo in a different room. The mounted echo sounded so bad in comparison, I am considering pulling the echo out and leaving the grill (with an eyesore of a gap) up there since otherwise I would have to try an patch the big, ugly hole that this mount left. I have been working with audio for well over 20 years and this mount changes the characteristics of the sound in negative, noticeable and measurable ways. This is not just a "preference" thing, it degraded the audio in a very large way. My wife also stated that she thinks it doesn't respond as well to voice commands, which she may be right but I am not going to agree since I kicked and screamed to have this ceiling mounted. Overall, I think it is a bad product. The price wasn't even that great. I wish there was another mount that actually worked that I could swap out. One of the worst purchases I have made in a long, long time...
The job is a piece of cake and if you were able to install the Gen 2 upgrading to the 3 is pretty easy. the third one is slightly bigger so best to just trace and cut with a drywall saw or even a utility knife if you are careful. I never had any problems with the Gen 2 mount staying put but the Gen 3 mount has a locking system that should remain rock solid if installed correctly.
I am very happy with the 3 rd gen mount with the 3rd gen Dot. If you already have 2's installed and are debating on upgrading I'd recommend doing it. Sound quality is much better with the third gen set-up and louder too. Hope this is helpful to anyone thing\king about upgrading
The cover/faceplate does not fit tightly from unit to unit. I noticed a couple were snug and a few were more loose. One mounted in a ceiling was difficult to keep in place because the fit was too loose.
I wish the cover didn't look so cheap. I would be willing to pay more if they had an option for a nice mesh cover, something that looks like a speaker and not a cheap plastic part.
Overall good product but wish they would offer some new cover options, even if I could buy replacement covers in the future, I would.