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Pyle PDIC60T In-Wall / In-Ceiling Dual 6.5-Inch Speaker System, 70V Transformer, 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, 8 Ohm Impedance, 1-Inch High Temperature Voice Coil, Flush Mount
- 70 Volt Transformer, Tapping at 8 Ohm, (30W, 20W, 15W, 10W, 5W)
- Directable 1-Inch Titanium Dome Tweeter, 250 Watts Rated Peak Power
- Overall Dimensions: 9-Inch Diameter x 4 5/8-Inch Depth, Cut-Out: 7 7/8-Inch x 4 5/8-Inch
|EAN||0205700533425 , 0068888717007 , 0012301956078|
|Is Assembly Required?||false|
|Number of Items||2|
|UPC||205700533425 , 068888717007 , 012301956078|
Specification for this product family
|Model Number||PDIC60-P 1|
|Mounting Type||In Ceiling/Wall Mount|
|Part Number||PDIC60-P 1|
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The Pyle Pro PDIC60T two-way in-ceiling speaker system with 70V transformer delivers stereo sound to any room in your home or office without cluttering floor space. It's compatible with 8 ohm and 70 V amplifier systems. Each unit in the pair measures 6.5” round, equipped with a 1” high temperature voice coil and direct able 1” titanium dome tweeter for a full, rich sound. These speakers pump out up to 250 watts max and are sold as a pair.
Size: 6.5 inches | Style: 70V Transformer
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I used this in conjunction with an in-wall powered, control panel:
This combo works amazingly well and is great quality. The only thing I could find that was a negative, is that the speakers do start to distort at extremely high volume. Obviously for the price you can't expect totally non-distortion. However all-in-all, they are loud, crisp sounding speakers. I will buy more.
The speaker housing is a cheap but I had no problems installing these in the existing openings. Regarding sound these are not as deep nor as rich as the Proficient speakers, but overall the sound is fantastic for the price. They are also a little shy on the high end but that may be an advantage to some of you. These speakers will not produce as much high end noise that you hear with poor wiring or budget components. The bottom line is if I had no side by side comparison I'd would have been very happy had I installed these the first time around.
If you are on a budget or installing a whole house system with limited wattage you will be happy with these speakers. I would not recommend using these in a home theater system if you except to push a lot of power but I still can't believe the price and so I just ordered 7 more pair to replace the remaining Proficient speakers.
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.