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DLS FlatBox XL White 2-Way Bass Reflex On Wall Home Speaker (pair)

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DLS FlatBox XL White 2-Way 4 Ohm Hi-Fi On Wall Home Speaker (pair)

Brand: DLS
MPN: 10-13013W
Condition: New

Perfect alternative if you want small speakers with a superb sound
They can be used in many different ways, as front speakers, rear speakers or even as a centre in a surround system
The sound quality is very high and you can use them also for 2-channel HiFi systems
The flat design makes them fit everywhere, and the small size makes them almost invisible
Seven "key holes" for flexible wall mount
All Flatbox speaker models can be bought separate for use as centre speaker in surround systems
There are key hole mounts on the rear for both horizontal and vertical mount

Description/type: 2-way bass reflex for wall mount
Finish/colour: White silk finish with black and white front grille
Impedance: 4 ohm
Woofer size: 2 x 4"
Tweeter: 30 mm soft dome
Frequency range: 65 - 25000 Hz
Recommended amplifier: 30 - 150 W, 4 - 8 ohm impedance
Sensitivity: 89 dB / 1W, 1m
Weight: 5.9 kg (13 lbs)
Dimension (W x D x H): 220 mm x 92 mm x 630 mm (8.66" x 3.62" x 24.8")

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