Robust sound with rich bass. Magnetic grilles are well-made and easy to remove/replace. Mounting system clamps and grips make installation easy and secure.
A few owners say the sound could be clearer in the high range and louder overall.
Straightforward installation thanks to easy-to-follow template. Delivers deep low-range acoustics that have been compared to theater sound. Solid construction.
Pricey. High-range sounds are a bit lacking in clarity. Grilles are hard to remove.
An inexpensive set that emits reasonable sound considering the price. Slim design fits flush to the ceiling. Easy to install.
Though the sound is clear, the bass isn't very deep. Once installed, removing/replacing the speaker grilles is extremely difficult. Grilles have flimsy plastic outer rings.
A basic, single in-ceiling speaker with well-made components. Easy to install w/reasonable mid-range acoustics.
Low-range sounds aren't as notable as mid-range sounds, and the highs lack clarity. You only get one for the price, which puts it in the higher price range.
A budget-friendly single speaker with good sound quality. It's surprisingly balanced from low to high considering the price. Easy to install.
Grille is nearly impossible to remove after installed in the ceiling. Some reports of faulty speakers upon arrival.
In-ceiling speakers are ideal for people who want sound to resonate across a room, but have limited space at their disposal. They allow you to hide your speakers and speaker wires in your ceiling. Plus, these speakers ensure you won't have to make holes in your walls to keep these devices in place. In-ceiling models work the same way as traditional speakers. They are sold with clamps and grips for installation. These speakers often feature a slim design to fit all types of ceilings. In-ceiling speakers come in a variety of sizes. Some speakers even feature magnetic grilles that can be removed or replaced.
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