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Niles OS5.3SI Outdoor/Indoor 5-In 2-Way Stereo Input Black Speaker(Ea)

Apologize!!! This product has been discontinued.

Brand: Niles
Condition: Brand New
Sold as: Each

Woofer Technology
Integrated woofer/baffle assembly increases cone area to provide powerful bass output
6" Mica-filled polypropylene cone is extremely rigid to reduce breakup and lower distortion
Butyl rubber cone surround damps resonance and provides exceptional durability
Dual voice coils deliver both left and right channels from one speaker
Tweeter Technology
Stereo Imaging tweeter array directs the high frequency sounds from both the right and left channels into a space from one speaker
Dual 1" UltraSilk domes with fluid-cooling and ultra-wide dispersion for clear and detailed high-frequencies

Woofer Size: 5 (Inches)
Woofer Construction: 5" Mica-filled Polypropylene Cone Is Extremely Rigid To Reduce Breakup And Lower Distortion
Tweeter(s): Dual 1" UltraSilk Domes With Fluid-cooling And Ultra-wide Dispersion For Clear And Detailed High-frequencies
Frequency Response: 85Hz - 21kHz +/-3dB per channel
Impedance: 8 (Ohms)
Power Handling: 100 (Watts)
Sensitivity: 90 (dB)
Dimensions: 12" high x 7-7/16" wide x 7-3/4" deep

Shipping Info
Length: 11.9 (Inches)
Width: 10.3 (Inches)
Height: 15 (Inches)
Weight: 8.35 (Lbs)
Unit of Measure: Each
UPC: 760514009998

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