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Pyle PDIC60T In-Wall / In-Ceiling Dual 6.5-Inch Speaker System, 70V Transformer, 2-Way, Flush Mount, White (Pair)
|Price:||$67.71 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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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|
|Item Weight||6.09 pounds|
|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
Top Customer Reviews
Pros: Price. It will also discourage you from inviting your audiophile friend over; he's a d0uche anyway.
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. Otherwise you risk spalling off large chips of sheetrock which you don't want to patch back. To reseat any chips flaked during agressive sawing, keep elmers glue handy to patch back smaller chips on the finished side as you go. Then drill out a 3/8" or larger hole in center and near edges to insert your sheetrock saw.
6. Most likely you will cut the sheetrock slightly off-vertical on the cut line, so use your saw and go back to straighten the cuts.
7. Carefully wash you hands before final installation of speaker.
8. Test each speaker before installation. **This probably should be item #1.
You won't regret doing this work (less than an hour not counting crawling thru the attic), the payoff of these speakers is huge. Verisimilitude confirmed when all our pets completely freaked out by the quality of the surround sound for very low investment. Enjoy.
You get what you pay for. You might want to spring for better speakers if you require the very best sound because these do not have great bass. But the grille issue alone and apart from their sound, makes these speakers a waste of your time.
I installed them on 24"x24" ceiling tiles, and I cut 23"x23" 3/8" plywood to keep the tiles from sagging. I just used the speaker's built in clamping devices to hold the sandwiches together. Easy to install, and they look good, too.
My only problem was that Pyle would only let me order 5 pair at a time, so I had to wait for the first 5 to show before I could order the last pair.