Do I need a receiver for ceiling speakers?
Passive In-Ceiling Speakers Need to be Connected to a Receiver or Amp. Most commonly, in-ceiling and in-wall speakers will be passive speakers. This means they do not need to be plugged into a power source. They only need to be connected to a receiver or amp which will act as both a sound and power source.
Are ceiling speakers better than floor speakers?
In wall speakers are suited for low bass and loud sound while floor standing is for the powerful bass and loud sound. Floor standing is suitable for the come cinema and parties while in-wall are for the closed enclosure small rooms. Floor standings can be moved easily to anywhere while in-wall are fixed in place.
What do I connect my ceiling speakers to?
All ceiling speakers need to be powered by an external amplifier which is connected to each ceiling speaker using speaker cable. For the best multi-room solution, we recommend the Sonos Amp.
How do ceiling speakers connect to TV?
You can wire an analog cable from your TV to the amplifier and plug it in, set your TV to line output and you'll enjoy TV sound through your ceiling speaker system! Two things to watch out for 1) Most modern TV's are now dropping the analog output, most commonly the 3.5mm headphone jack.