Most people are familiar with in-ceiling speakers, and with the fact that they generally are not very strong in the low-frequency range. Even at background listening levels, they can sound tinny and weak. A strategically-placed in-ceiling subwoofer can support multiple pairs of ceiling speakers in a large space, totally transforming the quality of the sound.
In-ceiling subwoofers can also be used in home theater applications and small listening rooms.
Our ICS in-ceiling subwoofer systems are fully worthy of the Fathom® name, with outstanding low-frequency extension, dynamics and sound quality—and all the signal processing features of their in-room counterparts. Each Fathom ICS system consists of one or two in-ceiling cabinets, plus an outboard, rack-mountable amplifier.