Polk Audio RC6s In-Ceiling Stereo Speaker (Single, White)
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- A single in-ceiling speaker
- Equipped with one Dual Voice Coil 6.5-inch dynamic-balance, mineral filled polymer-composite cone with a rubber surround for durability
- Frequency Response: 40Hz - 20kHz
- Equipped with dual 0.75-inch dynamic-balance, metalized soft dome
- Constructed of durable, moisture-resistant materials for use in bathrooms, saunas, or under outdoor eaves
- A single in-ceiling/ in-wall speakers with a round shape and flush design
- Equipped with one 6.5-inch dynamic-balance, mineral filled polymer-composite cone with a rubber surround for long life
- Equipped with dual 0.75-inch dynamic-balance, metalized soft dome tweeters
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- Brand Name: Polk Audio
- Model Number: AW6000-A
- Color: White
- Speaker Type: Ceiling; Surround
- Speaker Amplification Type: Passive
Top Customer Reviews
This is perfect in my Lo-Fi application, but I would not use it for serious listening.
Do not use this for in-wall speakers in a home theater, such as rear channels. It is not designed for that.
Very easy to install. Take the little card board template, draw your circle, drill a pilot hole, and cut it out. (I used a fine tooth saw-zaw blade by hand since we had already painted the ceiling and I didn't want it to chip/scuff the ceiling, but a jig saw would have probably done fine. Either way is ok, dry wall is easy to saw. On a ladder I used one hand to hold the speaker and the other to easily make the connections. The connecters are easy to work with one hand. I then just inserted into the ceiling, pulled the screw drive our of my pocket (don't forget to do this or you will be down the ladder with your speaker dangling from wire)... screwed in four screws that snap out and then down the little brackets that hold the speaker snug to the ceiling from inside the ceiling, and inserted the grill (which covers the speaker and the screws). Easy as can be.
Another point: circles are easier to install then rectangles. If you are considering buying rectangle speakers, consider how good you are and making things square, plumb, etc. And also consider that even if you are good at it, your drywall installers, even if they worked for a good builder, may not be. So you ceiling and/or wall may not be at right angles to each other. If you install in ceiling close to a wall, or in wall close to a ceiling, you may end up with a speaker that looks crooked one way or another.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We installed these in the ceiling of my small acupuncture office, one in each room. Great sound and range...perfect. Easy installation too.Published 9 days ago by Wendy S.
Sounds great. We are using it in our office for background sound, but when no one is there I crank it up and rock out.Published 4 months ago by Belmont Reviewer
Great clarity, use it in the bathroom as a background speaker. Has 2 inputs for "Stereo", but didn't really notice it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Peter Low
Although I have bought Polk speakers before for a 5.1 surround system I need some speakers for an extra bedroom. I was going to but 2 ceiling speakers until I came across the RC6s. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bob from NJ
Excelent speaker, i use it in my kitchen's ceiling and it fullfil my space.
My friends love when i am cooking there and they are being company as i work.
Speakers are awesome. Sound great , disappear in the ceiling. Great price.Published 9 months ago by Steve R.
Good quality speaker, sounds great, and the wire holders are now spring loaded which is an improvement over the models I bought a few years ago. Read morePublished 15 months ago by MobileUser
Friend and I put these in the ceiling of our ice shack. They are stereo speakers, so two speaker wires are needed to each speaker. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mrjefrey