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Pyle PDIC51RDBK In-Wall / In-Ceiling Dual 5.25-inch Speaker System, 2-Way, Flush Mount, Black (Pair)
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- In-Wall / In-Ceiling System, 2-Way Stereo Sound Speakers, 5.25'' Midbass Speakers
- 1'' High Temperature Voice Coil, Directable 1'' Polymer Dome Tweeter, Sold as Pair
- 150 Watts Rated Peak Power, Freq. Response: 80Hz-20kHz, 4-8 Ohm Impedance
- Mounts Flush on Walls or Ceilings, Perfect for Custom Installations & Applications
- Overall Dimensions: 8.0'' Diameter x 2.625'' Deep, (Cut-Out): 6.5'' Diameter x 2.625'' Deep
|Warranty Description||1 Year Limited|
|EAN||0801940119483 , 7887117175516 , 0068888745536|
|Is Assembly Required?||false|
|Number of Items||2|
|UPC||068888745536 , 801940119483|
Specification for this product family
|Model Number||PDIC51RD-P 1|
|Mounting Type||In Ceiling/Wall Mount|
|Part Number||PDIC51RD-P 1|
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The Pyle Pro PDIC51RDBK two-way in-ceiling speaker system delivers stereo sound to any room in your home or office without cluttering floor space. Each unit in the pair measures 5.25” round, equipped with a 1” high temperature voice coil and direct able 1” polymer dome tweeter for a full, rich sound. These speakers pump out up to 150 watts max and are sold as a pair.
Color: Black | Size: 5.25 inches
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First the speakers arrived very quickly and with no damage whatsoever. We will be ordering more to complete our whole house project.
What's in the box:
In each box you will find two speakers with grills
Instructions / installation booklet
Adhesive pads if needed to re-attach the grill
**Installation Tip** I had a hard time figuring how to remove the grill without bending it all to pieces. Simply flip the speaker over on your lap (you will be looking at the magnet side of the speaker). Flip out all of the plastic clips that holds it to the ceiling. Once you flip them out press down on them one at a time while holding the speaker up and the screws will drop down and push the grill out.
We started with our surround sound in the living room. We installed the front surround speakers in the ceiling and with the adjustable tweeter it worked well for us. We also used these for the back speakers behind our seating area.
For the installation of each, I knew approximately where I wanted the speakers so I used the old "knock and listen" technique to locate a joist. I found where I thought was the center and I drove a small nail into the ceiling (in case I was wrong I wouldn't have a large screw or nail hole in my ceiling). I then pushed a thin piece of wire through the hole and then went into the attic to check my spacing between the joists. Once I located the center between the joists I measured from each wall to my small hole to make sure my other speaker lined up perfectly with this one.
I took the piece of wire out of the ceiling and pushed it through the center of my template and then place the wire back through the hole on the ceiling. I marked around the template with a pencil and then cut out my circle. The speakers all slipped right into place, I tightened the screws, replaced the grill, ran my wires and hooked them all up and we now have surround sound in our ceiling.
**Installation Tip 2** The first hole I cut on the inside of the line just in case the template was too large but for the other three I cut right on the line with a manual drywall saw and they fit perfectly. Just take your time and don't rush the job and you will have outstanding results.
We're very pleased with the look. I've seen where some people painted theirs in order to have them blend into the ceiling but you really don't notice ours and even if someone does, they look nice and look professionally installed. Like I said before we will be buying more to complete our whole house speaker system including a set of outdoor speakers on the front and back of the house and I will definitely use Pyle, you can't beat the price.
Only part I didn't care for was the way the grills 'adhered' to the plastic housing, there is a little blob of goo on the edge of the speaker grills that hold the grills in place. Now this does seem to work just fine but only time will tell of the goo looses its holding power or possibly permanently adhered to the plastic/grill leaving the speaker inaccessible.... and maybe it will be just fine! Either way for the money hard to beat!
An important note, though: the 6" refers to the size of the cone, the overall speaker is more like 9".
I bought 10 gauge wire, even though some of the reviewers said it wouldn't fit - I figured I could trim the wire if I had to, and would still gain some benefit for having the 10 gauge on the long runs through the house.
Easy to install and provide great sound