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Earthquake Sound R650 6.5" In Ceiling Speakers(pair) w/ Magnetic Grill

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Original price $94.27
Original price $94.27 - Original price $479.00
Original price $94.27
Current price $69.99
$69.99 - $479.00
Current price $69.99
Pack Option: 1 Pair
Earthquake Sound R650 6.5" Reference In-Ceiling Speakers (pair)

Brand: Earthquake Sound
MPN: R650
Condition: New

8-ohm Impedance
Edgeless Design for seamless blend
1-inch silk dome swivel NEO tweeter
Bumped back basket for high speaker excursion
Wider surround for deeper bass and higher speaker excursion
12 dB/Octave filter network crossover
Thermal tweeter protection
Custom compact spring loaded terminals
Easy to use Turn ‘N Lock installation mechanism
Paintable rust-resistant grille
Overall diameter (with grille): 9" (228mm)
Cut out diameter: 7-7/8" (200mm)
Mounting depth: 4" (101mm)
Sold in 1, 2 or 5 Pairs

Woofer Size: 6-1/2” (165mm)
Woofer Material: Polypropylene
Tweeter Size: 1” (25mm)
Tweeter Material: Silk Dome/NEO Magnet
Power Handling Max: 160 Watts
Frequency Response: 45Hz - 20kHz
Sensitivity: 92dB @ 1W/1M
Impedance: Single 8-Ohm
Crossover: 12dB/Octave Filter Network with Polyswitch
Grille Finish: White/Paintable

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