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Lithe Audio 6.5" Bluetooth Ceiling Speakers IP44 50W - Pair 03211

Part Number: 03211

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Pair of master & slave wireless Lithe Audio 6.5" IP44 rated Bluetooth ceiling speakers, with built-in 50W amplifiers. Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant compatible. Install in 30mins. Stream audio from any bluetooth device or app via these award-winning water-resistant bathroom ceiling speakers. Enjoy incredible, pin sharp, bathroom filling sound without the need for extra in-wall cable wiring.

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More Information - Lithe Bluetooth IP44 Speakers

Attached to the rear of the master ceiling speaker is an amplifier and Bluetooth receiver, making it just as convenient as any regular Bluetooth speaker. You can stream straight from any audio app, such as Apple Music, Spotify or Amazon Music. Alternatively, you can hardwire a connection, such as a turntable.

With its two-way design, these IP44 rated Lithe Audio ceiling speakers match a Kevlar bass cone to a titanium tweeter. This gives you a wide frequency response for fantastic audio and music clarity. The built-in 50 watt amplifier makes the speaker ideal for small to medium-sized rooms.

Featuring Bluetooth v5.0, these bathroom ceiling speakers are compatible with any v5.0 device and is also backwards compatible with previous Bluetooth versions, to give you an incredible range of connectivity options, from desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. These Lithe Audio Bluetooth ceiling speakers are also compatible with both Amazon Alexa and Google Play, letting you link your existing smart speaker device and control the Lithe Audio ceiling speaker by voice command.

These ceiling speakers are easy to fit and can be simply plugged into the mains via a conventional socket, or they can connect through the existing lighting circuit. The magnetic grills allow for your ceiling speakers to blend into your ceiling space so they are less obtrusive than regular speakers. You can even paint the grill so it matches your decor.

For more information about the Lithe Audio Bluetooth Range see our blog!

Installation of your Lithe Audio speaker is quick and easy, have a look at our Expert Installation Tutorial for guidance here!

Please note: When purchasing a pair of Lithe Audio Bluetooth or Wi-Fi speakers you will receive one 'master' speaker with wireless connectivity and one 'slave' speaker without this technology. The two require connecting to one another using speaker cable (5m cable is included) and must be run together as a pair.

Lithe Audio Bluetooth IP44 Speakers - Pair Key Highlights

  • IP44 Rated
  • Woofer: 6.5" Kevlar Woven Cone
  • Tweeter: 0.75" Titanium Cone
  • Mono/Stereo Switch
  • RMS Power: 50W RMS
  • Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Sound Quality THD+N 0.009%, 55Hz-20kHZ
  • Sensitivity (1W/1m): 90dB
  • Audio Sample Rate: 8Khz
  • Digital Class D Amplifier
  • Works with any Bluetooth v5.0 device (backwards compatible)
  • aptX low latency chipset
  • Wireless Range: Up to 30 metres

What's in the Box?

  • 1 x Lithe Audio Bluetooth IP44 6.5" Master Speaker
  • 1 x Lithe Audio Bluetooth IP44 6.5" Passive Speaker
  • Frameless magnetic grill
  • 5m Speaker Cable
  • Cutting template
  • Power Supply
  • Instruction manual

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