|Recommended Amplifier Power||80W|
|Frequency Response||38Hz - 20kHz|
|Loudspeaker Sensitivity||86dB 2.83V @ 1m|
|Low Frequency Driver Size and Material||6-1/2" (165mm) Polycellulose Woofer|
|High Frequency Driver Size and Material||2 x 3/4" (19mm) SilkDome Tweeter|
Documents & Downloads
What’s in the Box
- 1 x Main Unit
- 1 x Magnetic Grill
- 1 x Printed Mounting Template
- 1 x Owners Manual
- 1 x Warranty Card
FAQs & How-Tos
What works better for stereo listening, in-wall or in-ceiling speaker?
In-wall speakers will work better for stereo listening because the speaker will be facing directly at you instead of above you. Note: Stereo imaging requires the listening position (“sweet spot”) to be dead center, equal distance, from the front left and right speakers.
Which is superior, in-wall/in-ceiling speaker(s) with or without a back-box?
All of our in-wall/in-ceiling speakers are designed to be used in a wall without the need for a back-box. The specs provided are based on no back-box. However, when adding a back-box (really only possible when doing new construction), you will improve the low frequency response a bit, getting a tighter bass response.
What is the purpose of having dual tweeters on a speaker?
Speakers will dual tweeters gives listeners the ability to have a single speaker to drive two independent channels, ideally stereo left and right. Dual tweeter speakers are usually used for in-ceiling audio applications. They have four terminals (two sets of positives and negatives) used to plug in speaker wires from the amplifier.
Can I use an in-ceiling speaker as an in-wall unit or vice versa?
No, in-ceiling speakers cannot be used in the wall due to speaker dimensions. A wall is not deep enough to accommodate the depth of an in-ceiling speaker. For in-wall speakers, you can install them in the ceilings without any depth issues. However, for quality listening, we recommend using architectural speakers according to their intended purpose.