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DLS UP6i Ultimate 2-Way 6.5" 180 Watts 4 Ohm Component Speaker System

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DLS UP6i Ultimate 2-Way 6.5" 180 Watts 4 Ohm Component Speaker System

Ultimate series UP6i is a 16.5 cm (6.5") 2-way component with aluminium cone
A part of Ultimate Hi-End series
150 Watts RMS Power Handling Capacity
180 Watts Max Power Handling Capacity
4 Ohm Impedance
50-20000Hz Frequency Range
88dB Sensitivity
Powerful hybrid neodymium / ferrite magnet system
Two inch voice coil
Filterboxes with selectable tweeter level in four steps
28mm silk dome tweeter UP1i
Grilles are included
Package of 2 Speakers, 2 Tweeters, 2 Crossovers and 2 Grilles
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Woofer size: 165 mm (6.5")
Tweeter: UP1i, 28 mm silk dome tweeter
Power handling capacity: 150 W RMS / 180 W max
Impedance: 4 ohm
Frequency range: 50 - 20000 Hz
Sensitivity: 88 dB (1W/1m)
Crossover: Box filter with slope LP: 6 dB, HP: 12 dB
Crossover point (Hz): 5000 Hz
Size of filter box: 145 mm x 95 mm x 45 mm (5.71 x 3.74 x 1.77")
Outer diameter of woofer: 165 mm (6.5")
Magnet size: 62 mm (2.44") hybrid ferrit/neodymium
Mounting depth: 63 mm (2.48")
Mounting hole: 140 mm (5.5")

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