Ceiling Speakers

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  • Monitor Audio C165

    Monitor Audio C165

    Ceiling Speaker - Whether you are looking to create a discrete multi room sound system or ceiling speakers that will work with Dolby Atmos, the Monitor Audio C165 tick all the boxes.
  • Monitor Audio C265

    Monitor Audio C265

    Ceiling Speaker - With an improved tweeter and extended frequency response the Monitor Audio C265 offers a noted improvement in performance when used for Multi-Room Audio or Dolby Atmos applications.
  • Monitor Audio C265 IDC

    Monitor Audio C265 IDC

    Ceiling Speaker - Whether its Dolby Atmos or Multiroom audio, the C265-IDC from Monitor Audio creates a superb soundstage thanks to its true 3 way design.
  • Monitor Audio CSS230

    Monitor Audio CSS230

    Shallow Ceiling Speaker - The CSS 230 from Monitor Audio proves you don't need to compromise due to space limitations thanks to its Super Slim mounting depth.
Shop our range of in ceiling speakers for dolby Atmos and in ceiling speakers for multiroom audio at Emotivv Cornwall​​​​​​​

When looking for the best ceiling speaker you are going to be faced with a multitude of options. We are here to help find the right product for you.

A question we are frequently asked is " Are ceiling speakers any good ? " When used for the right purpose ceiling speakers are an excellent option as they enable you to enjoy your music or movies with an almost invisible form factor. 

When calculating how many ceiling speakers you need it is important to consider the size of the room and what they are being used for. For Multiroom audio purposes in a standard kitchen or dining room of approx 4m x 4m then two ceiling speakers will work well. If your room is bigger than this or it is open plan then more speakers will be needed. In small rooms such as bathrooms you could use a single stereo speaker providing it is humidity resistant. If using your ceiling speakers for Dolby Atmos Cinema sound then the amount needed will depend on your Amplifier or AV Receiver. Some AV Receivers allow for 6 ceiling speakers to be allocated for Atmos overhead effects.

Let's face it, no matter how pretty a freestanding speaker is, there is no way of hiding it. Ceiling speakers are becoming more common place due to the fact that when installed they are almost invisible.

A speaker can in some cases sound a little bright ( Too much treble ) this is mainly down to the fact that it has been installed close to a wall and the treble is bouncing around the room. Thanks to the adjustable high frequency switch in certain speakers such as the Monitor Audio C165 ceiling speakers this can be adjusted to counteract these effects.

As custom installers we work with ceiling speakers everyday, not all are created equal and we are happy to say that the speakers we offer have been hand picked from our years of experience..

When installing ceiling speakers we recommend the use of Firehoods. Not only does a firehood maintain the integrity of your ceilings fire resistance, it also prevents sound leakage into other rooms by acting as an acoustic barrier. We always install speaker cable that meets the LSZH ( Low Smoke Zero Halogen ) Specification regardless of where it is being installed. This is because the regulations are constantly changing as to where this certified speaker cable should be used. We are here to help with any questions you have about installing ceiling speakers.