Flush Mount Architectural Speaker
The KEF Ci130QSfl is a square flush-mounted frameless architectural speaker engineered for high-quality sound and simple installation. Designed for both new builds and retrofitting, Ci130QSfl sits flush with the wall or ceiling, making it ideal for properties with clean lines and minimalist features.
Part of the Ci Q Series, Ci130QSfl is built around KEF's signature Uni-Q array so it acts as a single point source, which combined with Tangerine Waveguide technology, disperses pristine sound throughout a room. The Ci130QSfl is a square loudspeaker, while the Ci130QRfl features identical drivers in a round format.
Ci130QSfl is engineered to be easy to install. Designed for both new construction and retrofitting, Ci130QSfl can be installed as part of the plastering process, and thanks to its frameless design it sits completely flush with the wall or ceiling for an incredibly clean finish.
- Flush mount design
- 130mm (5.25in.) Uni-Q driver
- 19mm (0.75in.) Aluminium dome tweeter with tangerine waveguide
- Magnetic grille
- Paintable grille
- Weather Resistant Construction
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||87dB (2.83V/ 1m)
|Frequency Response ( 6DB)Open-Backed
||45Hz - 34kHz
|Frequency Range (-10DB)
|Recommended Amplifier Power
|Max SPL (DB)
||LF: 130mm (5.25in.) Uni-Q
HF: 19mm (0.75in.)
||200.5 x 200.5 x 103.6 mm
(7.9 x 7.9 x 4.08 in.)
||158 x 158 mm
(6.22 x 6.22 in.)
||Ceiling Thickness (Maximum): 31mm (1.220in.)
Ceiling Thickness (Minimum): 8mm (0.315in.)
|Mounting Depth From Surface
|Minimum Rear Volume(L)
|Ideal Rear Volume(L)
|Mounting Thickness (Maximum)
|Mounting Thickness (Minimum)
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