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    http://www.klipsch.com/na-en/products/lightspeaker-2/

    Installation :
    I have to call it install because my kitchen had 4inch cans,so I actually had to cut some drywall and wire up some 5 inch recessed cans to make this work. If you already have 5 or 6 inch cans its plug and play for you...so super easy.

    Features:
    Can control up to 8 lights, I only have 2 for now but I may add more to that side of the house for fuller sound. The also make a rock speaker for patio use that I might add since for me , that is the side of the house where the kitchen and the device is located. Accepts audio from 2 sources via RCA plugs. Can be controlled with provided remote (volume, sources and light controls)

    Performance:
    Lack bass as expected, it's a tiny speaker with a light ! Can be somewhat distorted if played at high volume, again something I expected, but does get decently loud for a small area with no problems. Light itself is on the cold side (it's an LED) or the light spectrum, not as warm as existing kitchen lights. Overall perfect for the wife to just plug in the Iphone and wash dishes.

    Price:
    At roughly $600 bucks it aint cheap, but compared to running wires through drywall, amplification,etc etc it's a bargain and a no brainer for the kitchen.
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    That's pretty neat. That would be cool for in the bathroom, or as you stated for in the kitchen.. Nice find..
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    Quote Originally Posted by House72 View Post
    That's pretty neat. That would be cool for in the bathroom, or as you stated for in the kitchen.. Nice find..
    yeah bathroom would be cool too. and since it's a normal style plug in (edison type) you can screw it into light fixtures as well.. like table lamps. (although it's large so might not work with all because of size)
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    spdntrxi, that is absurdly cool. Thanks so much for that link. I had no idea something like this was even possible; it really gets the imagination going.

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    That's is very neat way to easily add speakers in a room. Great idea and thanks for sharing spdntrxi.


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