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MPN: 2 X ASM57501-2 + NIL-NCB7C
A pair of SpeakerCraft Profile AIM7 Five Series In Ceiling Speakers
Pivoting and Rotating 7" Kevlar Cone Woofer
Pivoting 1" Magnesium/Aluminum Dome Tweeter
Timbre-Matched to All Five Series
Front-Mounted Bass & Treble Equalization Switches
Pair of NCB7C Brackets
For use with 7" DS Ceiling-Mount Loudspeakers
Arms are opaque with center marking lines to allow visual adjustment to stud
Arms can be adjusted to 90
Can be stapled or screwed into place
Color-coded for easy reference
Inner Diameter: 8.5"
Outdoor Diameter: 10"
Power Handling: 150 (Watts) Speaker Type: Fully Pivoting In-Ceiling Woofer Size: 7 (Inches) Woofer Construction: Pivoting and Rotating 7" Kevlar Cone Woofer Tweeter: Pivoting 1" Magnesium/Aluminum Dome Tweeter Frequency Response: 35Hz - 20kHz ±3dB Impedance: 8/6/4ohms depending on switch settings Sensitivity: 91dB 1W/1m Timbre: Timbre-Matched to All Five Series Speakers Switches: Front-Mounted Bass & Treble Equalization Switches Dimensions: 9 5/8" x 5 1/8" (251 mm x 130 mm) (with Grille) Hole Cutout Dimensions: 8 1/4" (210 mm) NCB7C Bracket: Inner Dimension: 8.5" Outdoor Dimension: 10"
Two SpeakerCraft PROFILE AIM7 FIVE In-Ceiling Speakers Two Grills Two Hole Templates Two Niles NCB7C Construction Brackets 18 Screws
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