Updated: Oct 7, 2021
What are angled In-Ceiling Speakers?
These are for those of you who are looking for the most discreet audio install possible. Ceiling speakers are cut and mounted into the ceiling above your room.
The quality of in-ceiling speakers can range from background listening options to full audiophile level speakers. Please get in touch with one of our friendly advisors to ensure we make your budget go as far as possible.
The angled speaker is a real problem solver because not every room or space is the ideal setup for custom home theater sound applications. The angled in-ceiling speaker features a 15-degree angle for the mid-bass driver plus a pivoting tweeter for placement flexibility.
The angle of the LCR ceiling speaker gives you a more focused sound image and a better listening experience compared to standard ceiling speakers. This design offers excellent sound quality and can be used for left, Center, right configurations. Install these speakers as front stereo pairs, a center channel, rear channel speakers, or anywhere high-quality sound needs to be directed from the ceiling.
Typically sold as individual speakers, the angled in-ceiling speakers are especially useful if your room has an irregular shape or your sitting position is a little far away from your speaker's location.
Tips to buy Angled In-Ceiling Speakers for Home Theater -
Check the angle of the speaker
Angle is the first and most important parameter of the in-ceiling speaker. This angle is going to determine the throw of the speaker from the position to the sitting level. So make sure you check out the angle of the speaker before buying it.
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In-ceiling Speaker Should be close to the screen -
The second most important thing is to make sure that In-ceiling speakers are close to the screen. There is a reason behind is the synchronization of the audio and video should be good otherwise you will not enjoy the Home theater experience to the best extend.
Make sure you have a solid backbone to In-ceiling Speaker
The In-ceiling speakers are a little heavy and you can't just use them with a fall ceiling. You need a backbox to give support to these speakers. Also, the power delivered by the speaker is going to be very very high that is why you have to consider some backing to all the in-ceiling speakers.
Here is the detailed video that will explain the 3 parameters you should consider before buying in-ceiling speakers.