How ceiling speakers work?
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Ceiling speakers work by transmitting sound waves into the air through a cone-shaped transducer. The transducer vibrates the air molecules, creating sound waves that travel through a room.
The direction of the sound can be adjusted by adjusting the angle of the speaker, as well as the frequency, volume, and other audio settings. Ceiling speakers are often used for large public spaces such as auditoriums, churches, and theatres, as they are able to project sound over a wide area.