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White 2-Way 6" 120 Watts 6 Ohms In-Ceiling Home Theater Speaker (pair)

Apologize!!! This product has been discontinued.

White 2-Way 6" 120 Watts 6 Ohms In-Ceiling Home Theater Speaker (pair)

Brand: HTI
MPN: 1.6CB
Condition: New

In-Ceiling 2-Way Speaker Type
6" Alloy of Aluminum + Magnesium Woofer
Swivel 3/4" Titanium + Silk Edge Dome Tweeter
40 Watts Nominal Power
120 Watts Max Power
6 Ohms Impedance
50Hz - 25kHz Frequency Response
92dB Sensitivity
+3, 0dB Woofer EQ Adjustments
+3, 0, -6dB Tweeter EQ Adjustments
Aluminum Micromesh Grill Type
Current Coefficient Resistor Over Power Protection
9-1/16" (230mm) Finish Dimensions
8-7/32" (209mm) Cutout Dimensions
Includes (2) Two Speakers and (2) Two Grilles

Speaker Type: In-Ceiling 2 Way
Woofer: 6" Alloy of Aluminum + Magnesium
Tweeter: Swivel  3/4 Titanium + Silk Edge Dome
Nominal Power: 40 Watts
Max Power: 120 Watts
Impedance: 6 Ohms
Frequency Response: 50Hz - 25kHz
Sensitivity: 92dB
EQ Adjustments: +3, 0 dB Woofer
EQ Adjustments: +3, 0, -6 dB Tweeter
Grill Type: Aluminum Micromesh
Over Power Protection: Current Coefficient Resistor
Finish Dimensions: 9-1/16" (230mm)
Cutout Dimensions: 8-7/32" (209mm)

(2) Two 1.6CB Speakers
(2) Two Speaker Grilles

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