10 Best Bluetooth Speakers For Ceilings
The Pyle 652RD come in a set of two and deliver a maximum output of 200 watts. An included cut-out size template makes them easy to install without any guesswork, and these are among the most reliable options currently on the market.
- 70-hertz to 20-kilohertz range
- Mounting depth less than 3 inches
- Weigh just over 3 pounds
The multifunctional Lithonia 6SL combines audio with your choice of a 2,700-, 3,000-, or 4,000-kelvin flood lamp. It works with Amazon’s Alexa, and is pretty easy to pair with additional units for increased volume or stereo sound.
- Bluetooth range of 30 feet
- Maximum light output of 730 lumens
- Compatible with dimmer switches
If you need an option that can be used both indoors and out, the Herdio Universal is worth considering. While this model isn’t completely weather-proof, it is moisture-resistant and can safely be installed in a covered porch or patio.
- 89-decibel sensitivity rating
- Grille is paintable
- Operates at an impedance of 8 ohms
An interesting way to spruce up any home, the Horevo ZB16 combines a 36-watt, fluorescent lamp with a wirelessly controlled speaker. Its light can be adjusted for warm and cool white, as well as a wide range of bold colors.
- Built-in dimmer
- Bulb is rated for a 50000-hour life
- Can be set to pulse with music
Built to keep bathtime from getting boring, the Delta BreezSignature provides 110 CFM of ventilation, the sound of which is easily covered up by music. It’s able to stream from devices about 10 meters away, so there’s no worry of dropping your phone in the tub.
- Ipx4 splash protection
- Draws about 14 watts
- Ul- and cul-listed for shower use
Available in 8- and 10-inch variants, the Pyle PDIC delivers considerably more overall volume than most others, and can easily fill an entire room. It’s designed to mount completely flush with the surface, and also works well in walls.
- Comes with round and square grilles
- Quick-connect terminals
- Receiver isn't especially reliable
Lithe Audio Master
The Lithe Audio Master is built with premium materials, such as a Kevlar cone and a titanium driver, and a matching slave unit is also available, which allows you to set up a stereo configuration. Unlike some, this one promises to work well with the Amazon Echo Dot.
- Needs 210-millimeter-diameter cutout
- Ip44-rated model also available
- Pricier than most
Constructed from a combination of aluminum and high-impact plastic, the Pyle 3.5-Inch is lightweight and easy to install. Its built-in LEDs put out a maximum of 650 lumens, making it a versatile addition to nearly any room.
- Come as a pack of 4
- Among the least expensive options
- No voice control capability
Specifically designed for bathroom use, the Broan SPK110 removes moisture and odors from the air efficiently, in addition to providing entertainment while you shower. It’s UL listed and should last a long time, though installation can be somewhat of a pain.
- 110 cubic feet per minute of airflow
- Great for new builds and remodels
- Large and heavy
If you want to turn your ceiling fan or hanging lamp into a sound system, the Sengled Solo can make it happen, with dual channel speakers as well as dimmable LED light. You can set it up in a permanent location, or move it from room to room as needed.
- Installation is very simple
- Controlled via app or voice command
- Multiple units cannot be connected