SpeakerCraft's in-ceiling TIME series, an acronym for "Theater In Motion Experience", mounts flush in the ceiling. However, when activated the speakers automatically drop out of the ceiling at angles 15, 30 and 45 degrees. They then rotate to any position to create the appropriate soundstage for the individual theater application. Time has multiple presets and is infinitely adjustable across the sound stage.
The TIME Command Unit or TCU is a component size piece that resides with the source equipment and amplification. It will provide low voltage power and data streams to the speakers to facilitate automation.
A dedicated remote, the TCR, is included to adjust the speaker angles and rotation and establish multiple presets. These presets will allow the installer and the end-user to address multiple seating locations and party modes as well as different music and theater preferences. These preset commands can then be transmitted to any learning remote or control system allowing for simplistic operation.