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DLS FlatBox XXL White 2.5-Way Bass Reflex On Wall Home Speaker (pair)

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DLS FlatBox XXL White 2.5-Way 4 Ohm Hi-Fi On Wall Home Speaker (pair)

Brand: DLS
MPN: 10-13018W
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 2.5-way vented design gives this speaker a good bass performance
One 4" driver works as bass driver, and two other 4" drivers work combined as bass/mid drivers for a full and rich sound in the bass/mid range
The flat design makes them fit everywhere, and the small size makes them almost invisible. Seven "key holes" for flexible wall mount

Description/type: 2.5-way bass reflex for wall mount
Finish/colour: White silk finish with black and white front grille
Impedance: 4 ohm
Woofer size: 1 x 4" + 2 x 4" bass / mid drivers
Tweeter: 30 mm soft dome
Frequency range: 58 Hz - 25 kHz
Recommended amplifier: 30 - 200 W, 4 - 8 ohm impedance
Sensitivity: 90 dB/1W, 1m
Weight: 11.1 kg (24.5 lbs)
Dimension (W x D x H): 240 mm x 92 mm x 940 mm (9.5" x 3.6" x 37")

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