Yamaha NSIW280CWH3P Set of 6 Easy-to-install In-Ceiling 3-Wa
- Natural Sound In-Ceiling Speaker System with Easy Installation Design
- 6-1/2-Inch PP Mica Cone Woofers with Tilted Woofer Design for Aiming Sound Direction
- Dual 3/4-Inch Dome Tweeter with SoundMax, Impedance 8 ohms, Frequency Range 65 Hz - 28 kHz
- Swivel Tweeter for Wide Dispersion, Mounting Diameter and Depth 9-7/16-Inch x 4-25/32-Inch
- Paintable Aluminum Grille with Protective Cover included
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Easy-to-install, versatile in-ceiling speaker system delivers high-quality natural sound.
Tilted woofer design for optimal sound directing to listening position.
Dual 3/4" Tweeters
Frequency Response: 65 Hz - 28 kHz
Input Power (Max / Nominal): 100W / 30W
Sensitivity: 85 dB/2.83 V/1 m
Impedance: 6 Ohms
Product Dimensions (W x H x D): 10-9/32" x 5-1/16"
Mounting Depth: 9-7/16" x 4-13/16"
Product Weight: 3.3 lb Each
Top Customer Reviews
Lest you think these Yamaha speakers must sound like a bad office speaker playing elevator music at that price, let me remind you of its decent stats:
* 3-way speakers, 6.5" round woofer, 2 tweeters (one mid-high, one high)
* two built-in crossovers at 6kHz and 9kHz
* 12° pre-tilted woofer, swivel tweeters
* crisp highs up to 28kHz (key for home theater)
* template was perfect for hole-cutting
* swivel screw clamps hold firm to the drywall
* clean finished look
* handles 80W amp comfortably
When I hooked up just one sitting on the floor, I was worried that I made a mistake, but after I got them secure in the ceiling and all working together, the room filled with sound, thanks to my Onkyo 7.1 home theater 80W amp. I am using five for the standard speaker locations: front L/C/R, surround L/R. I have one speaker left over, so I might hook it up as a mono rear surround.
I chose these speakers over the similarly priced Polk Audio speakers because the Polks can't go higher than 20kHz unless you pay $200+ per speaker. If you want to hear glass shatter or steam hissing properly, you need more headroom than 20kHz. These Yamahas go to 28kHz.
You might be wondering about the bottom end of the audio spectrum, below 100Hz. These woofers fall off at 65Hz, and if this were just a small office music system maybe that would be fine, but not good enough for my family room. I filled out the bottom end with two Polk Audio PSW10 subs at half-volume that cover up to 150Hz. My total investment in speakers sounds amazing for under $500. The Onkyo Audyssey auto-EQ and auto-level makes this setup sing.Read more ›
These 100w sepakers are true to their claim. I was not disappointed
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the speakers were received with small dent in one of the three boxes , the speakers in the box were fine but one of the other boxes had a speaker with one of the tweeters loose in... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Arnie
Sound good not the best but not the worst ... Then again not the most expensive or the cheapest. But if that doesn't bother u, then u will enjoy the sound they put out. Read morePublished 13 months ago by rob
Sound is great. Very easy to install. Love the directional tweeters!Published 15 months ago by Paul
They were easy to install my first time doing it but sound is just ok.Published 18 months ago by Eric
I absolutely love these speakers. The pivotal cones help direct the sound perfectly without having to ruin the symmetricy of my ceiling.Published 19 months ago by Pete Giron
Easy to install !sounds awesome ! I would recommend them .Published 19 months ago by it was the best way to watch tv
Shipped fast. Installed quick and easy. Sound great. Would definitely buy again.
Also, the angled dirrctional sound made more of a difference than I expected, great purchase.