Earthquake Sound ECS 4.0 V2 Edgeless Compact 4-inch in-Ceiling

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  • BRAND: Earthquake Sound
  • MODEL NUMBER: ECS 4.0 v2
  • MOUNTING TYPE: Ceiling Mount
  • ITEM DIMENSIONS LXWXH: 4.56 x 4.56 x 3.2 inches
  • IMPEDANCE: 8-Ohm
  • VOICE COIL: 1″
  • PRODUCT DIMENSIONS: 4.56 x 4.56 x 3.2 inches
  • ITEM WEIGHT: 1.32 pounds


With countless uses and sound quality in mind, the Earthquake Sound ECS 4.0 v2 Edgeless In-Ceiling Speaker was created. This 4″ full-range speaker’s compact design is ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications. The ECS 4.0 v2 is ideal for use in commercial spaces as well as kitchens, baths, garages, and covered outdoor areas because to its self-enclosed design and humidity-resistant components. Pushing the speaker into any hole that is 99mm in diameter and 3 inches deep is all that is required for easy installation with a tool less mounting mechanism.

Each speaker can blend into the background and not detract from the room’s decor thanks to its edgeless design and paintable anti-rust metal grille. The ECS 4.0 v2 is designed to work well, enabling you to enjoy music and audio in a residential or professional setting.


  • Two ECS 4.0 v2 speakers with aluminum grilles
  • Mounting clips
  • Cutout template
  • Product installation guide


In-wall speakers are tuned while they are installed in a wall. This is taken into consideration during the design of the enclosure and the drivers, ensuring that once you install them at home, the system sounds identical to one from a speaker located farther away from the listening area.


  • Disconnect everything.
  • Obtain your cables.
  • The wires’ ends should be cut.
  • Look at the speakers’ recommended wiring to see how it should be done.
  • Obtain your cables, and then attach them to the appropriate sockets.
  • Attach the sockets’ cables with locks.


Use cotton cloth, such as a torn-up old bed sheet, to shield open-back ceiling speakers from insulation or other foreign objects. Fastened through the dry-wall hole and mounted over the speaker. Although used bed sheets are far less expensive, ready-made solutions are fantastic if you need something quickly.


The majority of the times, ceiling speakers are passive, which means they don’t have internal amplifiers and instead get their power from speaker cables that are connected to an external amplifier. Each ceiling speaker is connected to the binding posts on the amplifier to do this.

Frequently Asked Questions

The sound quality of ceiling speakers for music?

Ceiling speakers are indeed excellent for playing music. Similar to being at a concert hall or live music event, they have the power to immerse you in a surround sound experience.

Should the area around in-wall speakers be insulated?

To enhance sound quality, think about adding some R-13 insulation to the wall cavity beneath the speakers. Insulation is typically pre-cut for breadth; all that is required is for you to cut it to length and insert it into the gap behind the speakers.

Can in-wall speakers be mounted in the ceiling?

It is possible to install in-ceiling speakers in walls, and they will sound quite similar to in-wall speakers. The size is the main distinction that you’ll see. Typically, in-wall speakers are bigger than in-ceiling speakers.

Can you watch TV using ceiling speakers?

Every TV will have some sort of connected audio output. It will most likely be a digital optical output presently. You can enjoy TV sound through your ceiling speaker system by connecting an analogue cable from your TV to the amplifier, plugging it in, and setting your TV to line output.

Can speakers in the ceiling catch fire?

Insulation made of cellulose, often known as blown-in insulation, has been treated with fire retardants and needs a lot of heat to ignite. The point is that because your speaker is in contact with your insulation, a fire is probably not going to start.

Do you require ceiling speakers to be covered?

Yes. The sound quality of your in-ceiling speakers will be diluted if a back box is not installed, and this will cause noise pollution in other rooms in your house.

How do I turn off the noise my speakers are making?

The noises of a neighboring speaker can be inconvenient and distracting if you live in an apartment or record in a noisy area. You can reduce the sound by muffling your speaker with acoustic or polyurethane foam. Rags, cushions, tape, and plush animals can all be used.

How durable are in-wall speakers?

High-quality speakers typically survive up to 40–50 years before displaying any indications of degradation, depending on the materials they are composed of and the climatic conditions where the equipment is utilized.

What are the connections for in-wall speakers?

It is necessary to connect passive in-ceiling speakers to a receiver or amplifier. Speakers installed in walls and ceilings are typically passive speakers. They are thus not required to be connected to a power source. They just require a connection to a receiver or amplifier that can also serve as a power supply.

Do speakers need electricity?

Active loudspeakers need a power source because they feature built-in amplifiers. There are two types of loudspeakers: active and passive. Active loudspeakers have an integrated amplifier that is powered and tuned to the driver units of the speakers.

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