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Mar 18, 2014 10:06 AM, By Bennett Liles


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EAW CIS400

EAW CIS400

EAW designed the CIS400 two-way ceiling-mounted bass reflex speaker system with a 6.5in. LF cone paired with 1in. dome tweeter for 110-degree conical coverage. It has four power tap settings in 70V operation and three in 100V mode, set with a recessed rotary switch on the front bezel. The backcan is zinc-coated steel, and it includes cam-style installation clamps in addition to a recessed Euroblock input connector with a detachable mating plug. The unit may also be used in a 16Ω configuration for low impedance amps by setting a second rotary switch.

Electro-Voice EVID C8.2/C8.2LP

Electro-Voice EVID C8.2/C8.2LP

For extended bass response in tight sound environments, the EVID C8.2/C8.2LP 8in. two-way coaxial speaker from Electro-Voice can handle 8Ω, 70V, or 100V systems and deliver 50Hz-20kHz (±10dB). The 8in. polypropylene LF cone and 1in. Ti Mylar laminate dome tweeter are contained in a steel enclosure with a UL94V-0 rated baffle and bezel. The overload-protected system power-handling capacity is 100W, and the front panel has a mode/wattage selector. A tile bridge and mounting ring are included and the unit has a white, semi-gloss grille.

Extron SoundField SF 26X

Extron SoundField SF 26X

Extron’s SoundField SF 26X two-way open backcan ceiling speaker features a 6.5in. woofer coupled to a 3/4in. ferrofluid-cooled dome tweeter for 50Hz-20kHz (-10dB) frequency response and 50W continuous power handling capacity. The 8Ω system provides 110-degree conical dispersion and it includes internal driver overload protection. The thin bezel, spring-loaded locking arms and magnetically attached grille simplify installation; there is an optional ceiling-mount kit available. The grille and bezel may be painted to match the room décor.

JBL Control 328CT

JBL Control 328CT

JBL has equipped the Control 328CT 8in. coaxial ceiling speaker with 250W power handling and a high-slope crossover network for high SPL and consistent coverage. Capable of operating in 8Ω or 70/100V mode, the unit provides a frequency response of 45Hz-18kHz (-10dB) and a 120-degree conical coverage area. The coaxial point source design includes a Kevlar-reinforced 8in. woofer mounted along with a JBL 2412H-1HF compression driver, which features a pure titanium diaphragm for high sensitivity and long life. It also has a diamond surround for resonance control and ferrofluid for increased power handling.

Klipch IC-650-T

Klipch IC-650-T

Quick and easy installation is a key feature of the IC-650-T from Klipsch with its tile bridge and optional Mud Ring kit. The system can operate in 70/100V or in low impedance 8Ω mode by using a bypass switch on the front baffle. It combines a 6.5in. woofer with a 3.5in. round XT modified Tractrix Horn to handle 80W power while delivering 50Hz-20kHz (±4dB) and putting out 106dB at 1M. The integrated backcan has a terminal strip connector, and the multi-tap transformer settings range from 7.5W to 60W.

Kramer Electronics SPK−C612

Kramer Electronics SPK−C612

Kramer ElectronicsSPK−C612 closed backcan ceiling speaker includes a 6.5in. polypropylene cone woofer with rubber surround and a 1in. Mylar dome tweeter. Together they have a 55Hz-20kHz frequency response and a power handling rating of 60W maximum. Certified for indoor use, the SPK-C612 is 7in. deep and operates either in low impedance or 70/100V mode with four power settings from 3.7W to 30W. Kramer Electronics has designed the unit with a dispersion coverage angle of 80 degrees and a frequency response of 55Hz-20kHz.



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