– Only AirPlay Certified Ceiling Speakers on the market
– Amplifier & WiFi Built-in (All-in-one Solution)
– Wireless Multi-Room to up to 30 zones
– Just add power
– Any electrician can fit
– Power through mains or lighting circuit
UK-based AV brand, Lithe Audio, launches its innovative Wi-Fi ceiling speakers which provide an all-in-one solution for multi-room music streaming. With the 60W RMS amplifier and Wi-Fi built-in, there’s no need for speaker cables or servers, making them really easy to install. They are also the only AirPlay-certified ceiling speakers available on the market today, and come with a dedicated App that has Spotify Connect, Deezer, TIDAL and vTuner radio already enabled.
The high-performance Lithe Audio ceiling speakers deliver superb sound quality with pin sharp clarity, and you can seamlessly stream high quality audio from any audio service to a single, a selection or up to 30 speakers at once for a full multi-room audio experience. The App will save your settings for individual zones or to play Party Mode (all speakers at once) for future streaming.
At £329.99 for a single Wi-Fi ceiling speaker or £399.99 for a pair, they’re also superb value for money – and almost half the cost of a similar quality ceiling speaker that would require a separate amp and speaker cables.
Until now it hasn’t been easy to retrofit Wi-Fi speakers in a ceiling without connecting to a separate amplifier or running cables through your walls. But Lithe Audio has launched a design that is completely different from anything else currently available in this sector. The innovative speakers are a fully integrated all-in-one solution. Simply connect power from your lighting circuit, link to your device via the App, and stream your music.
Other features of the speakers include RCA input to connect to the TV or another music source such as a CD player, plus DNLA and UPnP to enable you to play your music from the NAS drive within your home network.
Users can easily switch between mono and stereo output and have varying volume levels in each room whist playing multi-room audio.
Designed by Lithe Audio’s team of specialist home electronic product designers, the frameless speakers are designed to ‘disappear’ into the ceiling, only protruding 3mm. The clever magnetic grille covers can be removed easily for cleaning or for replacement with a different coloured finish. The grilles can be painted to match your ceiling for a barely-there look.
Price and Where To Buy
£329.99 for a single wi-fi ceiling speaker or £399.99 for a pair from: www.ceiling-speakers.co.uk ; www.buycleverstuff.co.uk ; www.tech4homes.co.uk; www.kitchenbathroomradio.co.uk. Visit http://www.litheaudio.com/wifi-multi-room-ceiling-speakers.html to find local stockists.
About Lithe Audio
Lithe Audio (www.litheaudio.com) is a UK Company that designs, manufactures and sells a broad range of high quality, innovative electrical products such as ceiling speakers, wall speakers, wireless garden speakers and TV accessories such as motorised wall mounts – all for commercial or residential applications. Lithe Audio was founded in 2014 by the team of professional electrical product designers behind the successful Retrotouch brand www.retrotouch.co.uk .
All Lithe Audio products have been designed in-house by the same established Retrotouch team to ensure that they are state-of-the-art and deliver superb sound quality. The Lithe Audio range is ideal for consumers/DIY enthusiasts, builders, developers, interior designers, commercial property developers and hotels.
The company philosophy
The design team behind Lithe Audio share a passion for creating products that meet the needs of their customers. They put themselves into the shoes of the customer throughout the development process to produce a design that will exceed their expectations.
For example, the wireless speakers that are completely different to anything else currently available in this sector took over 18 months in development until they met the designer’s highest standards.
The same principle applies to all the products in the range. As the chief designer puts it: “We work forwards from what our customer needs are, and not backwards from what the technology allows. Everything we sell must be simple and intuitive to use for everyone from the developer to the whole family.”