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Product code: ACE870
There’s a reason our ACE870 has so many rave reviews, customers love the look, sound, and power of this heavy-duty Atmos-ready home theater ceiling speaker. Designed for High-End Audio systems, larger Home Theaters, or Commercial spaces such as Bars or Restaurants. The ACE870 can handle up to 175W of power so you can push volume levels without any sign of stress.
The beauty of the ACE870 is in the design. The Mid-Bass driver is angled at 15°, which gives you more placement flexibility than standard in-ceiling speakers. This makes the ACE870 ideal for Dolby Atmos Surround Sound systems since you can place the speakers in multiple places to create an all-enveloping 3D sound experience.
In addition to crisp, detailed mid and high frequencies, this single in-ceiling speaker kicks out impressive bass due in part to the 8” Carbon Fiber Composite Woofer and heavy-duty and efficient magnet structure that focuses energy within the voice coil gap. Other Audiophile features designed into the ACE870 include front-mounted contour switch as well as Butyl rubber surround that gives the speaker more excursion capability for deeper bass and wider frequency response. The ACE870 installs easily into ceilings with four easy-to-lock-in dog-eared brackets and includes a cut-out mounting template.
What Are the Advantages of Angled In-Ceiling Speakers?
Not every room or space is the ideal setup for custom Home Theater sound applications. When traditional in-wall or on-wall speakers are not practical or even possible, in-ceiling speakers can be a great alternative. Typical down-firing in-ceiling speakers aren't noticeable in a LCR (front stage) setup due to the speaker needing to be installed away from the wall to avoid sound reflection. This can create a disconnect between the screen and the sound coming from the speakers. An Angled speaker can be installed closer to the wall, just above the screen, and the speaker assembly can be aimed toward the listening area. The Angled design is also ideal for a Dolby Atmos down-firing speaker setup where overhead sound is an essential part of the 3D experience.