- Brand Name: Pyle
- Model Number: PDIC60
- Color: White
- Speaker Type: In Ceiling
- Speaker Amplification Type: Passive
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Pyle PDIC60 In-Wall / In-Ceiling Dual 6.5-Inch Speaker System, Directable Tweeter, 2-Way, Flush Mount, White (Pair)
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- In-Wall / In-Ceiling System, 2-Way Stereo Sound Speakers
- Dual 6.5-Inch Speakers, 4-8 Ohm, 1-Inch High Temperature Voice Coil
- Directable 1-Inch Titanium Dome Tweeter, 250 Watts Rated Peak Power
- Mounts Flush on Walls or Ceilings
- Overall Dimensions: 9-Inch Diameter x 2 3/8-Inch Depth, Cut-Out: 7 7/8-Inch x 4 5/8-Inch
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|Frequency Response Curve||65Hz-22kHz||80Hz-20kHz||65 Hz - 28 kHz||35 Hz - 20kHz|
|Impedance||8 Ohm||8 Ohm||4||8 Ohm|
|Dimensions||9.5 inches x 9.5 inches x 8.5 inches||8.5 inches x 9 inches x 8 inches||5 inches x 9 inches x 7 inches||3.5 inches x 12.1 inches x 10.75 inches|
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It is nice for a change to get a good deal on quality sound.
Never installed these before, here is what I learned in the process:
1). To remove metal cover grill: Sit on couch, invert speaker onto lap, swing locking clips toward center, push top of tab to force off metal cover grill while holding speaker just off your lap. POP!
2. Paint metal cover grill and outer plastic flange before installing. I used a small roller (light paint saturation) to match texture of ceiling. Do two coats. Use a big needle or small tack to clear any paint-filled holes. Once painted, they almost disappear into the ceiling.
3. Make a fist sized hole in the center of where you plan to have your speakers and reach in to confirm that you don't hit any rafters or blocking BEFORE you make your larger cut-out. You may be unpleasantly surprised and may need to shift your location, so don't make the big hole until you are sure all is clear. The clip/locking tabs need clearance all around (about 1/2").
4. Paper cut-out template provided is a bit undersized (thank you Pyle for making it sturdy cardboard and pre-cut), they probably imagine self-installers are not so careful. Cut it atleast 1/8" bigger all around.
5. To avoid damage to your finished sheetrock during cut-out operation: use a dremel tool to cut thru the paper layer of the sheetrock completely or do multiple passes with a mat knife.Read more ›
I have put in a lot of in wall speakers over the years and have found that for most people using them for just whole house sound, you don't need the big brands with the big cost. Just buy something like this from a name brand and save yourself some money. You are never cranking the up all the way, just for background music during parties, or working around the house.
The sound is fine for a good 3D video experience and for general music with reasonable base, very good mid-range and reasonable treble. The tweeter angle adjustment is much too limited. They require no floor space so that is a major benefit. I may add a satellite woofer someday.
I once had Altec's Voice of the Theater speakers and these Pyle units do not come close, but at 1$ of Altec's what can you expect.
Installation of 5 ceiling speakers required several hours and generated plaster dust that dispersed everywhere. These speakers require a moderately precise round hole. I used a Dremmel multi-tool with a drywall blade and that worked well. Once the hole is complete, installation is easy.
I was concerned about dirt and dust from the attic collecting on the speaker cones since there is no barrier. I enclosed the backs of the speakers with a soft plastic film before installation to avoid dirt on the cone that would cause distortion. The film must be soft and provide the ability for cone movement without causing air pressure on the back of the cone.
Even so, if I had to add sound to additional rooms, I'd still use these as the sound and price are great.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hard to hold up the speaker and connect the wires at the same time. Would have liked a better design on the speaker wire connection.Published 8 days ago by Dude
Great speakers. We are currently using (4) of them mounted in the ceiling in a workout room and they provide the energy I need to get through a boring workout session. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Drake L.
GREAT VALUE! I put these throughout our call center and they sound great.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Better than expected, I bought three pairs of these when remodeling my basement. I have two pairs in the ceiling for my rear and side surround sound and bought higher end Martin... Read morePublished 14 days ago by e. c.
Ordered three pairs and all worked great. Good bass with solid highs.Published 17 days ago by J2daEWW