In-ceiling speakers are capable of reproducing a wide frequency range while remaining unobtrusive with grilles that are almost invisible. The size of an in-ceiling speaker corresponds to the size of its subwoofer: 5.25," 6.5" or 8", and while performance increases with size, not every room is going to need big sound. Background audio such as in hallways and dining rooms may only require 5.25” models placed strategically for good coverage. For surround sound systems, you’ll want to go with a larger size that can handle a wider frequency range. In-ceiling speakers offer great placement flexibility, and you can choose from standard or trimless models, as well as weather-resistant designs for humid spaces.
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