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Beale Street Audio WP4VW-BSC 4" 25V/70V/100V/8-Ohm Indoor Outdoor Speaker White (each)

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Beale Street WP4VW-BSC 4" Surface Mount Pendant Indoor Outdoor Speaker White (each)

The Beale Street WP4V-BSC 4" On-Wall/Pendant Speaker is a versatile and high-quality speaker that can be mounted on the wall or hung from the ceiling. It features a 4" polypropylene woofer and a 0.75" silk dome tweeter that deliver clear and balanced sound. The speaker has a power rating of 20W RMS and a sensitivity of 83dB. It also has a built-in transformer that allows you to select between 8 ohm or 70V/100V operation for different commercial applications. The speaker is weather-resistant and has an IP66 rating, making it suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The speaker comes with pendant and surface mounting hardware and a product manual. Whether you need background music, paging, or announcements, the Beale Street WP4V-BSC 4" On-Wall/Pendant Speaker is a great choice for your audio needs.

  • Woofer: 4" Polypropylene
  • Tweeter: 0.75" Silk Dome
  • RMS Power: 20W
  • Nominal Impedance: 8Ω
  • Sensitivity: 83db
  • Transformer:70V: 8 Ohm, 1.25W, 2.5W, 5W, 10W
  • Transformer:100V: 8 Ohm, 2.5W, 5W, 10W, 20W
  • Frequency Response(±3dB): 120Hz-20kHz
  • Indoor/Outdoor Rating: IP66
  • Product Dimensions: 138mm x 190mm (5.4" x 7.5")

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