Short question: Is there a (reversible) way of getting access to the interstitial space in the ceiling through new work air-tight recessed lights, Halo H995ICAT in my case?
Longer question: I'm working out how to run speaker wire for in-ceiling speakers that will be at least 10 feet from the nearest wall. The ceiling is untextured drywall with matte paint, so cutting access holes isn't a very attractive option. There are 4 recessed lights along the run the to wall which would make this job pretty straightforward if I could get 'out' of them. I understand this is essentially counter to the purpose of AT recessed lighting, but given the easy access non-AT lighting of the olden days afforded, I'm surprised I haven't found much of any discussion of this predicament.