Revolution Acoustics Brings Invisible Audio to Drop Ceilings with Ubiqui-T360™ -
Ideal for sound masking, paging and background music, new product from Revolution Acoustics enables use of transducer technology in suspended ceilings.

A new product from Revolution Acoustics has made it possible for system integrators to install completely hidden audio sources in suspended ceilings. The patent-pending Ubiqui-T360™, an innovative ceiling tile mounting system for the SSP6 Multiducer™, brings the company’s constant-SPL planar wave audio technology to any drop ceiling, with no change in the visible appearance of the ceiling. The Ubiqui-T360 mount attaches in under two minutes to an existing ceiling tile, after which an SSP6 Multiducer unit is screwed into place. Once installed, each speaker provides 360 degree coverage of up to 1,200 square feet, with power handling of up to 150 watts (400 watts instantaneous peak).

“Consultants and integrators have long been looking for an invisible audio solution for suspended ceilings, especially for sound masking applications,” said Revolution Acoustics CEO Bob Katz. “The Ubiqui-T360 easily fills this need while providing an unmatched value proposition. We provide more uniform coverage, with constant SPL and frequency response, using far fewer speakers than you would need with traditional point-source ceiling speakers.”

The Ubiqui-T360™ panel is sized to fit within 2’ x 2’, 2’ x 4’ or metric equivalent sized ceiling panels and does not require any tools for installation. Visit for more information.


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