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Niles SW6.5 6.5" Powered Compact Subwoofer for Home Theater 800W (ea)

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Niles SW6.5 6.5" Powered Compact Subwoofer for Home Theater 800W (ea)

Brand: Niles
MPN: SW6.5
Condition: New

800 Watts Subwoofer
Provides deep bass performance
High output and high efficiency with less heat produced
Compact size; ideal for any room
Adjustable frequency control
Fingerprint resistant, piano-like finish
Variable phase control (0~180)
LFE and Stereo (L/R) line-level inputs
Auto Sense Feature - putting subwoofer into standby mode when it doesn't sense audio signals
Compatible with the OmniMount 30.0 ST-MP
Wireless input port provides an optional input connection
Built-in CAT5 Balun to permit use of CAT5 cabling for the audio signals

Power Requirements: Switchable 100-120v/220-240v, 50-60Hz, 2A
Woofer Size: 6.5 (Inches)
Input Power: Switchable 100-120v/220-240v, 50-60Hz, 2A
Frequency Response: 42-200 Hz
Long-throw, front firing-woofer: 6.5 inches
Dual, Long-throw, side-mounted passive radiators: 6.5 inches
Amplifier Power (Dynamic): 800 watts
Amplifier Power (RMS): 200 watts
Fingerprint resistant, piano-like finish: Yes
CAT5 Wiring Ready: Yes
OmniMount Ready: Yes
Wireless Ready: Yes
Overall Dimensions (with grille): 8 5/8” Height x 8 3/8” Width x 9 5/8” Depth

One Niles SW6.5 Subwoofer
One Power Cord

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