Studio 2 8IC
|Frequency Response||30 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Sensitivity||88dB 2.83V @ 1m|
Documents & Downloads
What’s in the Box
- Main Unit
- Magnetic Grill
- Owners Manual
- Printed Mounting Template
- Warranty Card
FAQs & How-Tos
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.
What is the purpose of the audio level adjustment on in-wall/in-ceiling speakers?
The audio level adjustment is a dedicated control for adjusting the tweeter’s high frequency volume. It allows you attenuate up to 3dB, based on your environment and/or preference.
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 difference between the Studio 2 and Arena Architectural speaker series?
Apart from the driver materials, both the Studio 2 and Arena architectural speakers are quite the same. However, the Studio 2 series does deliver better high frequency versatility, thanks to the pivoting and level adjusting feature for the tweeter. The pivoting feature allows you to position/direct the tweeter toward the listening area. The level adjusting feature allows you to tune the high frequency (Zero to -3dB) as needed. These features are also available on select Harman Luxury Architectural speakers (Revel) as well.
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.
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