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Custom Install Speakers - KEF Speakers

Custom install speakers include in-ceiling speakers and in-wall speakers and allow you to create a discreet music solution that sounds fantastic. We only sell premium quality branded models. You can order online, or if you prefer us to work with your project manager or for a discount on multiple purcases, please call or e-mail to discuss your requirements.


KEF is a British speaker manufacturer developing industry-leading products for over 50 years. KEF has received a host of awards and stellar reviews and currently offers a wide range of hi-fi speakers and AV speakers. 

The flagship KEF Blade and smaller KEF Blade 2 speakers are renowned for their excellence and superb reproduction, and their advanced pioneering technologies and Uni-Q Driver Array designs have filtered down into lots of KEF’s consumer-end products, such as the KEF LS50 wireless speakers.

In 1961, KEF was founded by Raymond Cooke OBE an ex-BBC Electrical Engineer and headquartered the company near Maidstone, Kent. The company was set on the banks of the River Medway in the premises of a former metal working company, Kent Engineering & Foundry. Overtime by experimenting with new technologies and materials, Cooke aimed to produce superior acoustic quality with recordings reproduced to the exact nature of the original performance. 

KEF became the first company to utilise the stability of Bextrene as a cone material, which has since been incorporated in many drivers for many leading audiophile speakers. Another major breakthrough a few years later, KEF became the first to design and test loudspeakers with computer modelling leading the industry in the digital analysis of speakers. Their revolutionary work resulted in KEF being able to match speaker pairs to within half a dB for flawless audio reproduction. 

KEF eventually went on to produce their signature technology, the Uni-Q point source driver array in the next decade using NASA-developed magnets that were ten times more powerful than conventional ones. KEF stayed ahead of the game in the nineties with the advent of 5.1 home cinema recording by creating the first dedicated centre speaker in the UK, the Model 100 benefiting from Uni-Q. 

Through the years, they have been developing impressive expertise in the use of advanced acoustical, magnetic and mechanical modelling techniques such as Finite Element Analysis resulting in an accuracy that was not previously achievable. Kept under wraps since the 1980s, KEF revealed their ACE technology in 2005 demonstrating the advantages of activated carbon inside a compact speaker enclosure and its effect on internal volume and bass extension.

Now five decades from the company’s inception, KEF's scientific innovation and hands-on experimentation cements their ultimate audiophile reputation and allows them to continue to lead in developing products ahead of the market. We stock the complete KEF range, from the multimedia range (that includes active speakers, headphones and earphones) to the Q series range, LS50 range, both the wired and wireless LS50, R series range, KEF Reference range and KEF Blade, along with custom install speakers and 5.1 speaker packages for a home theatre experience.

Ceiling and In-Wall Speakers are often designed for custom installation purposes, and for install when redecorating. In order to be as discreet as possible and integrate with your existing décor, many Ceiling and In-Wall speakers are paintable, and feature removable logos, meaning you can match them with the rest of your walls/interior.

In-Wall and Ceiling Speakers can be used in a wide range of applications. Some users prefer the discreet nature of custom installation speaker to full sized systems, enabling them to free their living room of wires and bulky speakers, without needing to compromise on performance. Installation speakers can also be put into non-typical environments such as kitchens and bathrooms, and as such we offer a variety of speakers which are suitable for use in damp or wet environments.

Many custom installation ceiling and In-Wall speakers use similar drivers to their full-sized counterparts, and can deliver stunningly lifelike and dynamic audio performance. Our extensive range of custom installation speakers features a number of driver sizes and configurations, so you can tailor your system to precisely meet your needs. Our knowledgeable team is always happy to assist, and we are able to demonstrate a range of Ceiling and In-Wall speakers. We offer free UK next day delivery, meaning you can get cracking with your installation!

Most of the Ceiling and In-Wall speakers we stock are stereo speakers, delivering the full spectrum of sound. However, for specialist installation purposes, or to create a discreet installation Surround Sound System, we also offer a selection of Mono Ceiling and In-Wall speakers, as well as subwoofer units which also need to be mounted in the wall or ceiling. Stereo speakers can be used individually, in pairs or in any configuration you choose. Mono speakers are always better in pairs, as they are only capable of reproducing one channel of audio.

Ceiling and In-Wall Speakers are almost always passive, and so will require some form of amplification. Custom installation speakers use standard speaker cable to deliver signal and power. As they are installed within the wall or ceiling, the cables are concealed, and so this will need to be factored in when installing some form of amplification. In multi-channel custom installation setups, a multi-channel power amplifier or AV Receiver will be necessary, but if less speakers are used a hi-fi stereo amplifier is suitable. Some models of ceiling and in-wall speakers adopt adjustable and directional tweeters or drivers, enabling you to angle your speaker to achieve optimum positioning and performance.

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