KEF’s Famed Uni-Q Driver In Your Ceiling

Posted on 14th March, 2020

KEF’s Famed Uni-Q Driver In Your Ceiling

Hide your speakers, not your sound - that's KEF's catchcry for its range of Ci In-ceiling speakers range. And now, you can put the famed Uni-Q driver in your ceiling.

With the uptake of Dolby Atmos at home, the KEF Ci range is the perfect companion, and just like the award-winning LS50 speaker, the Uni-Q driver technology offers the complete freedom of positioning without losing that sound “sweet spot” - almost anywhere it's positioned.

Adding two or four KEF Ci Series in-ceiling speakers to your existing 5.1 or 7.1 surround system will take your listening experience to new heights, literally! They are discrete and also easy to install, and one of the best upgrades you can make to bring your home theatre up to Dolby Atmos spec.

The KEF Ci range also features an IP65 rating, meaning it's also perfect for bathrooms, kitchens, or even your alfresco area. With paintable grilles and thin bezels, the CI range is highly versatile and will virtually disappear. There's a reason why KEF tells us Ci In-ceiling speakers are the number one preferred speaker brand in the USA!

The range starts with the Ci160QR featuring a 19mm vented tweeter in a 160mm bass/mid driver. The Ci200QR uses a 25mm vented tweeter in a larger 200mm bass/mid driver for greater LF extension. The high-output Ci200RR-THX with THX Ultra2 certification steps up to a 38mm vented tweeter in a 200mm bass/mid driver with a massive magnet assembly for “the deepest bass response.”

Whichever you choose, you'll be upgrading to a whole new dimension in home cinema, and a more immersive experience in harmony with what's being displayed on the screen - just like the director intended.

KEF Australia offers free specialist advice online via live chat - Monday to Friday, 9AM to 5PM - simply click here, otherwise for more information, visit KEF.


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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