16.5cm (6.5") Dual Voice Coil Ceiling Speaker with Dual Tweeters

952.537UK C6S

A ceiling mount speaker that provides both left and right stereo channels from a single point, whilst maintaining channel separation. The speaker has dual mylar dome tweeters combined with a dual v...

  • Stereo 2-way easy fit ceiling speaker with "dog-ear" mounts
  • Dual mylar dome tweeters for separation and clarity
  • Dual voice coil polypropylene woofer with rubber surround
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952.537UK
6.5" Dual voice coil ceiling speaker with dual tweeters
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16.5cm (6.5") Dual Voice Coil Ceiling Speaker with Dual Tweeters

A ceiling mount speaker that provides both left and right stereo channels from a single point, whilst maintaining channel separation. The speaker has dual mylar dome tweeters combined with a dual voice coil, polypropylene woofer to deliver a full, rich sound. Ideal for installation in small rooms.

  • Stereo 2-way easy fit ceiling speaker with "dog-ear" mounts
  • Dual mylar dome tweeters for separation and clarity
  • Dual voice coil polypropylene woofer with rubber surround
  • Gold-plated spring terminals
  • White ABS frame with steel grille
  • Supplied singly
  • Woofer 165mmØ (6.5")
  • Tweeter 2 x 13mmØ (0.5")
  • Frequency response 70Hz - 20kHz
  • Power max. 50W + 50W
  • Power rms 25W + 25W
  • Cutout 193mmØ
  • Impedance 2 x 8 ohms
  • Dispersion angle 160°
  • Mounting depth 76mm
  • Sensitivity @ 1W/1m 82dB (±2dB)
  • Dimensions 86 x 227mmØ
  • Weight 1.4kg

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