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Pyle In-Wall / In-Ceiling Dual 8.0'' Enclosed Speaker Systems, 2-Way Flush Mount Stereo Speakers (Pair)
- In-Wall / In-Ceiling Systems, 2-Way Stereo Sound Speakers, 400 Watt Peak Power
- 8.0-Inch Long-Throw Woofers, 1-Inch High Temperature Voice Coils, Mounts Flush
- 1-Inch Titanium Dome Tweeters, 4-8 Ohm Impedance, Vented & Enclosed Housing
- Perfect for Custom Installations & Applications, Frequency Response: 50Hz-20kHz
- Overall Dimensions (W x H x D): 10.2'' x 14.4'' x 4.4'', Cut-Out Size: 8.8'' x 13.0'' x 4.0''
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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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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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They sound great, especially the set in the kitchen. Part of the reason may be all the hard surfaces in that room, but part is probably because the cabinets narrow the room. The dining room also has a hard floor & surfaces, but has less furniture. Anyway, the point is that obviously every room is going to have its own acoustic quirks, so consider the size, contents, and materials in the room. These sound great even in our living room, which is the larger room with carpet, not a lot of large furniture filling space, and has softer materials like curtains & sofas.
A few years ago, we bought Micca ceiling speakers for our family room, which is very large and required 8 of them. They're good, but I like these Pyle speakers better. And again, maybe it's got more to do with the particulars of the rooms, but these sound better to me. So, I'm glad that when we went to make our purchase for this project, there was a quantity limit on the Micca speakers that prevented us from getting them. At the time I was p*ssed - why limit people to 4 speakers?? - but that led us to find these, which were cheaper and turned out to sound better. I'd love to have really high end speakers and system, but I've got a budget.
Context: I'm no audiophile, but I love my music. I'm used to the Bose in my car and high quality Bose & Sony headphones. These Pyle in-ceiling speakers are quite nice - no disappointment - in 2 of the rooms and compare favorably in the kitchen. I hope that helps. If we ever need more, I'll definitely look for these again.
Install: these were pretty straightforward. We took the advice of another reviewer to pre-drill the plastic clamps before mounting (carefully screw them in to get it properly threaded, then remove for install) and not to over-tighten. We had no problems and it went pretty quickly.
Durability: it's only been a few weeks, though we use them pretty much every day. I don't generally crank it up high, but the day we were setting up the system, we accidentally sent some very loud feedback through. We were concerned that we might have blown the speakers, but they were just fine.