As a professional in the AV industries, even as a guy interested in hi-fi, ok, maybe just as a member of western civilisation, it is difficult to have not heard of Sonos. Recently I was sat in my local iMax cinema excitedly awaiting Star Wars 7 and even in there, a very cool long, grey haired guy, was running me through the advantages of Sonos' infamous wireless music system. I was indeed drawn in, along with the rest of the cinema, to Sonos' ease of use and it's brilliant lifestyle advantage that these small portable speakers and amplifiers would bring.
Ceiling speaker sales across the world increase year on year and it's easy to see why. Due to design developments in recent years ceiling speakers finally sound good enough to satisfy those who care about audio quality, and are also a great solution for customers who don't want to give up the space on their floor to traditional speakers. Our buying guide will look at the things you should consider when choosing your in-wall or in-ceiling speakers. [Shop for ceiling speakers.] [Shop for in-wall speakers.]
Our installer team recently carried out this custom Installation as part of a home renovation. This beautiful lounge home cinema was created with simplicity and chic in mind, and as much as possible hidden away from sight. Note the Radius 90 Gloss White rear surrounds matched with the rooms colour scheme, which were chosen as no wall cavity for in-wall speakers was available, nor did a ceiling speaker suit as a rear overhead.