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Pyle PDIW55 5.25- Inch In-Wall / In-Ceiling Stereo Speakers, 2-Way, Flush Mount, White (Pair)
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- In-Wall / In-Ceiling System - 2-Way Stereo Sound Speakers
- 5-1/4'' Midbass Speaker - 1'' High Temperature Voice Coil
- 1/2'' Polymer Dome Tweeter - 150 Watts Rated Peak Power - Includes (2) Speakers
- Flush Mount System - Frequency Response: 80Hz - 20kHz - 4 - 8 Ohm Impedance
- Cut-Out Size:(W x H x D): 6 5/8'' x 10 1/8'' x 2 3/4'' - Overall Size: 7 5/8'' x 11 1/4'' x 2 3/4''
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- Brand Name: Pyle
- Model Number: PDIW55
- Color: White
- Speaker Type: In Ceiling, In Wall
- Speaker Amplification Type: Passive
The Pyle Pro PDIW55 two-way in-wall speaker system delivers stereo sound to any room in your home or office without cluttering floor space. Each unit in the pair features a 5.25” mid bass speaker, equipped with a 1” high temperature voice coil and 1/2” direct able polymer dome tweeter for a full, rich sound. These speakers pump out up to 150 watts max, achieving a frequency response of 80 Hz to 20 kHz. Sold as a pair.
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There are a few things to keep in mind if you opt to buy a set of these.
1) The speakers come assembled as they will be after you have mounted them in the wall; So you have to dis-assemble them before you can mount them. Removing the grill, and remove the speakers from the mounting bracket by removing the six small screws that holds them together. You have to do this in order to actually use the mounting system.
2) Instead of traditional speaker connections like you find on floor speakers, they have male quick connect spade terminals, so you can either pick up a pack of the female crimp on ends at your local Radio Shack or AutoZone, or you can solder your wires directly on the terminals. I opted to solder mine on for the best possible connection.
3) If you want to paint your speaker grill and mounting bracket a different color than white you can easily do that before you mount them. I recommend spray paint that is safe to use on metals and plastics. My second set is nice dark gray now.
These are a pair of speakers for $38, so don't expect something awesome. Here are the issues I had with these: One of the mounting brackets was broken out of the box (shipping?). I ordered silver - the speakers were silver, but silver because someone spray painted them silver ( you could paint them your favorite color). The woofer mount is bent metal screwed down, you'll wanna watch that and, if loose, re bend the bracket before you mount them or I bet they will rattle. I would expect rattling on these after some time as that mount loosens up. Easy to fix though.
That said, if you want cheap mountable speakers these should work. I wanted to replace some worn out mounted speakers and these were close in size. Unfortunately they didn't quite fit, however the woofer fit the spot in the old speaker, so I pulled the woofer from these to replace the bad ones in the old speakers and painted the old ones. Why not paint them, the replacements were just painted anyway. The woofers, though cheap, sound OK. Not awesome, just OK. OK was good enough for the spot these were mounted.
Just don't expect five star speakers for this price. They are OK, cheap but they work.
Not turned them much past halfway on my Sony STR-DN850 and no distortion whatsoever, not sure how they'll perform if I cranked them all the way up, but to be honest I'd need to be in next doors yard for that anyway.
Fitting was pretty straight forward, the template worked perfect (little tip, put a small piece of double sided tape on the back of the template before you start cutting, that way you can step back and make sure they're positioned right first, also use a stud finder or drill small hole and use a bent coat hanger to ensure you've got sufficient clearance before you cut)
Make use of the little wire tool to remove the grill and note that the speakers (the black part) only fits one way, so easy to put the outer frame in upside down and end up with the tweeter on the bottom.
I've seen some people comment on the 'clips' that clamp onto the dry wall. I found the easiest way was to turn these clips to the correct position and push them up to the inside of the dry wall before you start turning the screws, this will stop them from breaking or griping at the wrong angle.
I used 14 gauge wires and they fit easily into the connectors on the speakers.
Delivery was quick and they arrived undamaged.
1.After marking with the stencil , make sure you cut within the lines. I initially used a drywall cutter but ended up using a utility knife.. Was more precise.
2. After cutting out the hole, unscrew the speaker from the frame and mount the frame into the hole. I love this part becuase it future proofs your installation.. Should your speaker fail, all you have to do is replace the speaker. The frame remains intact..so cool
3. Install the speaker with the six screws and attach the mesh and you are done.
4. They sound great. That 200 watts claim is false but they are just surround speakers. Maybe 50 watts.
Deserves five stars for price, installation , aesthetics, prime shipping and decent sound