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DLS RC6.3 Reference series 3-Way 6.5 Inches 150 Watts Speaker System Components

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DLS RC6.3 3-Way 6.5 Inches 150 Watts Speaker System Components

Reference series RC6.3 is a 16,5cm (6,5‚ÄĚ) 3-way component kit with a separate 2,5‚ÄĚ dome midrange and a 25 mm tweeter with copper rings for improved treble sound. The new Reference Series of component and coaxial speakers from DLS are designed and built to handle high power levels. This speaker also delivers excellent sound quality.

"Brand new. No returns accepted. Item has been tested and working."


  • 16,5 cm (6,5") bass, 
  • 6,3 cm (2,5") midrange 
  • 20 mm (0,8") tweeter T20. 
  • Filter boxes with selectable tweeter level in three steps and midrange level in two steps. 
  • Grilles are included.


  • Impedance 4 ohm
  • Power handling capacity 100 W RMS / 150 W max
  • Woofer size 16,5 cm (6,5")
  • Midrange size 63 mm (2,5") UPi2,5
  • Tweeter RC25, 25 mm (1") silk dome tweeter
  • Frequency range 40 - 22 000 Hz
  • Sensitivity 85 dB (1W/1m)
  • Crossover point (Hz) 550 Hz / 4000 Hz
  • Outer diameter of woofer Woofer: 165 mm (6,5"). Mid: 114 mm (4,49")
  • Magnet size Woofer: 100 mm (4"). Mid: 60 mm (2,36")
  • Mounting depth Woofer: 68 mm ( 2,3"). Mid: 14 mm (0,55")
  • Mounting hole Woofer: 145 mm (5,7"). Mid: 80 mm (3,15")
  • Size of filter box 145 x 95 x 45 mm ( 5,71 x 3,74 x 1,77")

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