Enjoy all the convenience of Bluetooth speakers, in the ceiling, with the Genesis Bluetooth Ceiling speakers.
amplifier , speaker and Bluetooth, All in one
These Klark&Helmer Genesis speakers are in-ceiling speakers with a difference. Attached to the rear of the master speaker is an amplifier and Bluetooth receiver, making it just as convenient as any regular Bluetooth speaker. Stream straight from any audio app, such as Apple Music, Spotify or Amazon Music. Alternatively, hardwire a connection, such as a CD player or turntable with pre-amp.
With its two-way design, this Genesis Model speaker matches a Kevlar bass cone to a titanium tweeter. This gives you a wide frequency response, meaning you get to hear everything, form a thundering bass drum to sparkling percussion at the top end. The built-in 50 watt amplifier makes the speakers ideal for small to medium-sized rooms.
Twin speakers for a wider spread of sound
For a wider spread of sound in your room, a second, passive speaker is included. The Genesis Bluetooth speaker powers the passive speaker, meaning there’s no extra mains cable wiring required.
Bluetooth connectivity makes these ceiling speakers near universal in terms of connectivity. Desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones pretty much all have Bluetooth connectivity these days, meaning you can connect to a huge range of sources. Bluetooth version 5 with aptX compatibility means the sound quality is up to scratch, too.
Hardwire your non-Bluetooth device
Just like most good quality Bluetooth speakers, this Genesis comes with a wired, AUX input, too. Ideal for everything from your CD or turntable (with built-in phono-stage) to a TV or games console, the RCA input has you covered.
The Lithe Audio Bluetooth Ceiling Speaker is compatible with both Amazon Alexa and Google Play, letting you link your existing smart speaker device and control the Genesis ceiling speaker by voice.
Fitting these Bluetooth speakers takes little more time than an ordinary ceiling speaker. The master speaker can simply be plugged into the mains via a conventional socket, or ask your electrician to connect the speaker to the existing lighting circuit.
Attach the frameless, magnetic grilles and the speakers simply blend into your ceiling space, making it far less obtrusive than regular speakers.