Same technology as the large speakers
The acoustic DNA includes CAC technology (i.e. the ceramic aluminum cone). The base material, namely aluminum, is anodized in a chemical process that causes aluminum oxide to form on the surface, thereby creating a ceramic material. This results in an extremely sturdy cone with higher internal damping due to the softer aluminum at the center. The built-in speakers have also inherited the coated fabric dome tweeters for the high-frequency range from the "large" Signature home speaker series. These can be combined, for example, to supplement a traditional stereo or surround system with additional channels.
Sophisticated installation concept
An important factor for in-wall and in-ceiling speakers is not only the sound but also the installation process. All of the built-in speakers in the Signature series are characterized by a simple and ingenious mechanism: A 4 or 6-way clamping mechanism enables quick and solid installation in surfaces up to 300 mm thick, such as suspended ceilings and cladded walls. All of the chassis have been designed to work perfectly with the volume present.