Ideal for home installation
Our virtually invisible in-ceiling speakers are loved by home installation experts around the world. With a product for every need, each speaker is designed with a focus on sound quality and tested to ensure they provide wide dispersion and impressive frequency response right across the spectrum of sound.
Our full range is IP65 rated for suitability in high-humidity and dusty environments. Use of plastic in the woofer prevents moisture absorption, produces a wider frequency response and provides greater control over cone movement.Bezel-less construction (except the C155) makes our in-ceiling speakers perfect for seamless, discrete integration anywhere.
The C155 uses a 6.5” woofer along with a 0.5” low mass tweeter.Use of advanced materials in the tweeter construction enables accurate recreation of treble
The C165 uses a 6.5” woofer along with a 1” pivoting tweeter. The pivoting tweeter provides ultimate customisation, to improve off-axis performance and control over the speaker crossover. The C165 is optimised for integration across the entire audio band.
The C165SS uses a 6.5” woofer along with two 0.5” tweeters. Twin 0.5” tweeters provide stereo sound from a single speaker, for arrangements which are short on space. Customers use this speaker for wet rooms and other environments with limited space for installing speakers.
The C200B is a dedicated bass driver with a hefty 8” woofer.Using a dedicated subwoofer provides optimum bass performance, and ensures you get an audiophile sound from the most discreet speakers.
The C200B is optimised for integration:
- Uses a passive inline, simplifying connection into existing wiring
- Low profile for space constrained installations
- Paper cone woofer impregnated with moisture retardant coating, which also improves rigidity
The C46 uses a single 2.25” BMR driver to seamlessly cover the entire frequency range from 120Hz to 20kHz.
Our proprietary Balanced Mode Radiator speaker design provides unrivalled sound dispersion and across the board frequency response, by combining ‘bending wave’ and pistonic movements.