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Niles CM7BG 7-inch Two-Way In-Ceiling Background Loudspeaker (Each)

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Niles CM7BG 7-inch Two-Way In-Ceiling Background Loudspeaker (Each)

Brand: Niles
Condition: New

For use in non-primary listening areas
For Left/Center/Right Ceiling Mount Loudspeaker
7" Polypropylene woofer cone
13mm fluid-cooled Kaladex tweeter
Magnetically attached grille
Quick installation

Caution: Be very careful not to saw through existing wires, pipes or structure. If you feel extra resistance as you are cutting, stop.

Woofer: 7” Polypropylene woofer cone
Woofer Size: 7 (Inches)
Tweeter/Midrange: 13mm Kaladex
Recommended Amplifier Power: 10-75 watts
Normal Impedance: 8 ohm nominal; 6 ohm minimum
Frequency Response: 58Hz to 20kHz +/-3dB
Frame Dimensions with Grille: 9-7/8” (25.1 cm)
Hole Cutout Dimensions: 8 1/2" (21.6 cm)
Depth Behind Wall: 3 3/4" (9.5 cm)

Tools required (sold separately):
Cordless screwdriver
Measuring tape
Painters tape
One inch #2 Phillips tip
Stud finder
Drop cloth
1/8” Drill bit
Optional - a 24” x 24” piece of R19 insulation
Drywall saw
Wire stripper
Laser plumb bob
Cable ties
12” -14” Coat hanger wire

(1) Niles CM7BG Loudspeaker
(1) Magnetically atached round grill
(1) Hole template with painting standoffs

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