Ceiling Wall Mount Enclosed Speaker - 400 Watt Stereo In-wall / In-ceiling 8" Enclosed Full Range Deep Bass Speaker System - 50Hz-20kHz Frequency Response, 4-8 Ohm, Flush Mount - Pyle PDIW87 White
|Speaker Type||In Ceiling, In Wall|
|Speaker Size||8 Inches|
|Item Weight||10 Pounds|
About this item
- 4-8 OHM IMPEDANCE: The home sound system in-ceiling speakers has 1" inch high-temperature voice coil & 4-8 ohm impedance. Can be used w/ regular home audio receiver & amp. Made to produce both powerful, rich sound & quiet background music
- FULL RANGE AUDIO: These wall/ceiling mounted speakers have a 50hz-20khz frequency response & feature 8" long-throw woofers, 1" titanium dome tweeters & vented design for deep bass & full-range stereo sound reproduction. Use as a home surround system
- 400 WATT POWER: Pyle Home in-wall / in-ceiling mount surround sound speakers has a power handling of 400 watts peak that will produce high sound resonance. It has a 4-8 Ohm impedance and great for watching movies, listening to music and more
- FLUSH MOUNT DESIGN - This ceiling/wall mount speaker has a compact flush mount design for simple easy installation in-wall / in-ceiling or pre-cut speaker openings. For the home, office, professional, or custom audio applications on any flat surface
- STYLISH WHITE LOOK: The in-wall speakers / in-ceiling speaker system has a grill cover w/ stylish white finish to match existing flush mounted designs at home or workplace for a clean look & achieve wide-range sound performance without compromise
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The dual speaker pair feature long-throw woofers that can be used for virtually any in-wall or in-ceiling application. They are perfect for custom installations since they mount flush for a clean and professional look.
A pair of round & square stain resistant speaker grills for you to choose. Match existing flush mounted designs in your home or workplace for a clean look & achieve wide-range sound performance without compromise.
In-Wall/In-Ceiling Dual '8' Enclosed Speaker (Pair)
Constructed of durable, moisture-resistant materials for use in bathrooms, saunas, or under outdoor eaves.
Additional speaker features include 1-inch titanium dome tweeters, 1-inch high-temperature voice coils, along with an impressive high-power output for full range stereo sound reproduction. Fill the room with high-efficiency audio frequency response rates for rich, dynamic sound performance. The form-fitting speaker design and vented housing enclosures deliver impressive bass response -- with convenient speaker terminals that allow for quick and hassle-free speaker wire connection.
|High Temperature Voice Coil||1"||1"||1"||1"|
|Polymer Dome Tweeter||1/2"||1/2"||1"||1"|
|Rated Peak Power||150 Watts||200 Watts||360 Watts||400 Watts|
|Frequency Response||80Hz - 20kHz||70Hz - 20kHz||65Hz-22kHz||50Hz-20kHz|
|Ohm Impedance||4 - 8||4 - 8||4 - 8||4 - 8|
|Cut-Out Dimension||6 5/8'' x 10 1/8'' x 2 3/4''||7 3/4''W x 11 3/8''H x 2 7/8''D||8.24'' x 11.76'' x 3.68''||8.84'' x 13.02'' x 4.01''|
|Overall Dimensions (W x H x D)||7 5/8'' x 11 1/4'' x 2 3/4''||8 3/4''W x 12 1/2''H x 2 7/8''D||9.52'' x 13.02'' x 4.28''||10.24'' x 14.4'' x 4.44''|
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The Pyle enclosed speaker systems delivers stereo sound to any room in your home or office without cluttering floor space. The dual speaker pair feature long-throw woofers that can be used for virtually any in-wall or in-ceiling application. They are perfect for custom installations since they mount flush for a clean and professional look. Additional speaker features include 1-inch titanium dome tweeters, 1-inch high-temperature voice coils, along with an impressive high-power output for full range stereo sound reproduction. Fill the room with high-efficiency audio frequency response rates for rich, dynamic sound performance. The form-fitting speaker design and vented housing enclosures deliver impressive bass response -- with convenient speaker terminals that allow for quick and hassle-free speaker wire connection. Included cut-out template makes installation even easier. Achieve wide-ranged sound performance and add audio to any room with the Pyle In-Wall / In-Ceiling Speaker Systems. Sold as pair.
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By Frank M. on April 7, 2019
First, be very careful when mounting these! If you follow these directions, you should have no problems with mounting, if not, you will probably break every mount and be very angry at your speakers.
1a/3a. OPTIONAL: I highly recommend getting some small washers that fit the screw and are about 3/8 inch diameter. If you are super worried about how these look when installed, you can spray paint your washer black. I didn't, and unless you study the ceiling carefully, you don't notice the silver washers (homemade washers from an old piece of metal I had laying around, drilled with drill press and cut with tin snips).
1b. Unpack the speakers.
2. Get your favorite electric drill or screwdriver (I'm calling it a driver from here on out to avoid confusion).
3b. Remove the screws one at a time and put a washer on the screw.
4. Place the white flip out clamp in it's spot and start threading the screw in with your driver. After it is started, carefully align the flip out clamp so that it can easily be pulled into the track. Continue tightening the screw and watch the clamp carefully so that it does not bind on any edges, if it does bind, stop tightening at once and back up, or it will snap the brittle plastic. You might have to spin the screw back and forth a bit to get it to start down the track. In my experience, once it started down the track, it was able to make it all the way.
5. Once the clamp has been brought down the track by tightening the screw, reverse your driver so that the clamp travels back up the track. Stop as soon as it clears the edge and swings out of the track. Repeat the screwing and unscrewing one more time, being careful to make sure the screw does not bind when you first swing it in place by tightening the screw. Once the clamp has traveled down and up twice, loosen the screw until it once again JUST swings out of the track. If you did it right, the clamp has a small amount of tension on it, and will hold itself in place and not flop in the way when you tilt the speaker.
6. Repeat each step with all the mounts. You can do one speaker at a time, or unbox them all and get it over with. I did each one before I mounted it in the ceiling.
7. Cut your holes using the template as a guide, hook up speaker wires, push speaker into place, and tighten the screw that swings the clamp into place.
8. DON'T OVER-TIGHTEN the screw! If you over tighten, it will break the track guide at the base, which renders the mount point useless. If you didn't choose to install washers, you can easily pull the screw through the opening, which means that the clamp does not work. For me it was easier to use washers and set my drill to a very light clutch setting. Snug is way to tight, what we are going for here is just enough to pull the speaker up to the ceiling, and no further.
I would buy these again.
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As for sound I have been using them, set up for music as I am finishing the basement and they have been working really well so far. Good sound, can turn them up enough to hear even with ear protection on. They seem to sound like I'd expect for speakers that cost more.
Update: I have installed these in the wall and the ceiling and had success with both. The biggest thing I would suggest is that you take a little bit of time to set each of the 6 grippers, by that I mean run the screws through each one about 3/4 of an inch. They are newly molded plastic and though there is a hole in them, you will want to get the threads run through them once. When you are backing them up they will slip over the top allowing them to be turned out of the way. Make sure that they are still a bit tight and don't let them slide all the way back out as they won't re-seat every time, especially when you don't see them in the drywall hole. Even tight they will turn easily out of the way when you go to set them in the wall but won't be likely to break on their way down, though make sure to use a hand screwdriver as you don't want to over tighten any of them.
They still sound really good and for the price even with a little bit of pre-work on them I'd buy another set when or if I need something like this in the future.
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Install was quick and relatively easy. I did have a problem with one speaker not sitting flush in the wall cavity but it may have to do with the actually wall as the other 3 did fit. These speakers are a lot thicker than the Polk RC85i’s I was originally planning on using. But for the price I couldn’t justify the more than double the cost for similar results.
So far, the Only negative is they don’t have adjustable tweeters as stated.
As well before you install them tighten all the screws almost all the way first, then loosen them back up as they are quite stiff and this will make final install much easier. Just don’t over tighten the screws as they will break the mounting clips and you don’t want that happening. Also use a screwdriver instead of a drill as you have better control over how tight the screws get.
Their install instructions SUCK but there are some pretty good install videos online that you can watch and that will help you more!
For the purpose of making sure they weren't duds and to properly review them for how people reading this review will use them I originally tested these speakers using my Kenwood Receiver, everything sounded pretty decent and I got the mid range sound quality I expected from these, then I blew a fuse in that amp, I didn't have a spare fuse on hand, luckily I had a backup even older Denon 4 Channel Amplifier from the late 80's on hand that I was planning to use for another project at camp but then that is where these speakers really shined.
The sound difference between the two amplifiers with these speakers is night and day, the Denon Amplifier really changed the dynamics of the sound coming out of them. The bass and mids really started to shine, I've had these for a few weeks now and after reading other reviews I decided to break them in before writing this review. I have the speakers set up like this, I have these two speakers to the A channel of the amplifier, I have the Dual Voice Coil Pyle in wall 10" subwoofer connected to the B channel which I am using low pass filters to filter out the higher sound frequencies.
I ran them for 8 hours at about 1/4 volume which I consider quiet background white noise level of music, then I ran them for 8 hours at about 3/8 volume which for me is loud enough to enjoy day to day lets say when I'm gaming on my PC and want to listen to tunes, then I ran them for 8 hours at half volume, this volume I'd say is loud enough if I had a lot of company over and I wanted people to still be able to talk but still be loud enough to hear the music, this loudness is where I started to really hear the break in period really start to work, in fact at this volume it had a great impact on listening at lower levels as well, all the rough edges really rounded out. Finally I ran them for 8 hours at 5/8 volume, this is the loudest I'll probably ever run them any louder and I'll probably have the cops called on me. I may push them to 3/4 some day but who knows, as far as I can tell I'll never need to.
This setup is actually pretty damn awesome for the price, I may get some more eventually and use them for intended usage but like I said the amplifier I used had a major impact on sound quality, much more than expected, not sure how or why it had such a big difference but it did.
Back to the boom box, I'll be using these with two mini amps eventually, 1 stereo and a dedicated subwoofer amplifier for the sub which will be portable/powered by LiPo batteries, unfortunately my shop is frozen/no heat until winter is over and I'll update this review with my build then.
For now, for their intended usage, I do recommend however in my opinion a high quality amplifier seems to make a deal of difference.