KEF Built -in speaker CI160TR (NB: 1 Piece!)
With a built -in depth of less than 36 mm, the CI160TR fits in very shallow ceilings.
This makes the speakers extremely suitable for demanding applications, such as modern, luxurious high -rise apartments and top class motor yachts.
Hide speakers, not your sound
KEF Approaches the development of architectural speakers with the same zeal as any other model; Our passion for acoustic excellence would not allow anything else. The combination of innovative technology and advanced acoustic design ensures that KEF's architectural speakers offer an equally convincing performance as the stand-alone Hi-Fi speakers.
Impeccable design ensures that the speakers disappear in their environment, while the unique design the architecture speakers of KEF Hardly any puzzle.
Designed to be tight in the wall or ceiling without visible opening. KEF Architectural speakers disappear for an incredibly discreet installation. The ultra-thin edge makes virtually no shade, while the bayonet-like construction ensures a good fit and seal, even when it is installed on an uneven surface.
Equipped with the latest version of our excellent 115mm (4.5-in) Mid/Bas T-series Driver and powerful tweeter, bring the extremely slim, new T-series Ci-speakers new opportunities for enjoying enjoying KEFThe unparalleled sound quality, even when the built -in space is low. The CI160TR, which needs less than 36 mm of assembly depth, is therefore versatile applicable in setups in which only a limited built -in depth is available.
A built -in depth of less than 36 mm (1.42 -in) makes installation in very limited spaces possible
An ultra-run LF unit with excellent bass extension
A vented tweeter with KEF'S Unique "Tangerine" Waveguide for a natural HF response and a wide and even distribution
A stiff and flat aperture guarantees a pure higher bass and medium range response
The paintable Ultra-Thin Bezel (UTB) and magnetic grille are completely absorbed in their environment
Fast, versatile installation on almost any surface through "dogleg" or direct screw confirmation