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- Proposition 65
For Multi-Purpose Applications and non-primary listening areas
For Left/Center/Right Ceiling Mount Loudspeaker
Glass fiber woofer cone
1-inch fluid-cooled UltraSilk soft-dome tweeter
Proprietary bridge-mounted tweeter-adjustment mechanism
Magnetically attached, rust-resistant grille
Low profile look
Caution: Be very careful not to saw through existing wires, pipes or structure. If you feel extra resistance as you are cutting, STOP.
Woofer: 7” Black Glass Fiber Tight Weave woofer cone Woofer Size: 7 (Inches) Tweeter/Midrange: 1” Ultra Silk Frequency Response: 55Hz to 21kHz +/-3dB Recommended Amplifier Power: 10-130 watts Normal Impedance: 8 ohm nominal; 6 ohm minimum Frame Dimensions with Grille: 9-7/8” (25.1 cm) Hole Cut-Out Dimensions: 8-1/2” (21.6 cm) Depth: (5/8” Drywall Ceiling): 3-3/4” (9.5 cm) Tools required (sold separately): Cordless screwdriver Measuring tape Painters tape One inch #2 Phillips tip Stud finder Drop cloth 1/8” Drill bit Spackle Optional - a 24” x 24” piece of R19 insulation Drywall saw Wire stripper Laser plumb bob Cable ties 12” -14” Coat hanger wire Pencil
(1)Niles CM7MP Loudspeaker (1)Magnetically attached grill (1) Hole template with painting standoffs
What is Proposition 65?
California’s Proposition 65 protects California consumers by requiring special warnings for products that contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm where those products would expose consumers to such chemicals above certain threshold levels.
If a product description on this site directed you to this page, the warning for this item is:
Who is this message intended for?
Customers with a California billing or ship to address.
Why are you seeing the message now?
California implemented new guidelines for Proposition 65 warnings, effective August 30, 2018. These guidelines were applied to make the warnings more clear and reasonable.
Where can you get more information about Proposition 65?
Learn more from the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) site here.