Frequency Range 38 Hz – 20 kHz (-10 dB) Power Capacity 200 W Peak
100 W Continuous Program Power
50 W Continuous Pink Noise
Transformer Taps 70 V: 30 W, 15 W, 7.5 W & 3.7 W taps Nominal Impedance 8 ohms Low Frequency 165 mm (6.5 in) polymer-coated aluminum cone. High-Frequency 25 mm (1 in) pure-titanium dome with cloth suspension on low-diffraction swivel-mount with -10 degree aimability. Terminations Screw-down Euroblock-type connector. Max wire size 14 AWG (1.5 mm)2 Crossover Network 3rd order (18 dB/oct) Low Pass to the woofer and 3rd order (18 dB/oct) High Pass to the tweeter. Optimum Air Cavity Behind Speaker 20 to 40 liters (0.7 to 1.4 cu ft) Outside Dimensions
(H x W x D)
280 x 215 x 105 mm (11 x 8.5 x 4.1 in), 99 mm (3.8 in) front of wall to
back of speaker.
Maximum Wall Thickness 2 mm (1.25 in) Cutout Size (H x W) 246 x 181 mm (9.7 x 7.2 in), Net Weight (ea) 2.7 kg (5.9 lb) Shipping Weight (ea) 6.2 kg (13.5 lb) Included Accessories Cutout template & paint shield Optional Accessories MTC-126RIF Rough-In Frame for new construction installation to wallstuds.
JBL Control 24C Micro are compact in-ceiling speakers, providing full, high quality sound for background music and music-plus-paging systems. These speakers are ideally suited for a wide variety of applications, from restaurants and specialty retail stores to professional offices and airports. Low distortion and a smooth, natural frequency response make the JBL Control 24C Micro ideal for medium volume business music systems as well as for the medium to low SPL segments of larger or louder systems.
- DetailsControl 25 Features:
- 80 Hz to 16 kHz frequency range (-10 dB)
- 150 watts continuous program power capacity
- 88 dB sensitivity (1W/1m)
- 8 ohms nominal impedance
- 3 kHz crossover frequency
- High-Impact Polystyrene (HIPS) enclosure
- Spring-loaded input terminals
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 236 mm x 188 mm x 148 mm (9.3 in x 7.4 in x 5.8 in)
JBL Control 25T Compact Indoor/Outdoor Speaker is perhaps the most versatile of JBL Professional’s Control Contractor Series indoor/outdoor loudspeaker. Its robust nature makes the Control 25 a perfect choice for restaurants, health clubs, outdoor theme and water parks or other applications where foreground/background music and paging are required.
– Components: – -8” Polypropylene coated woofer. – -1” Titanium coated horn loaded tweeter. – Built-in InvisiBall mounting hardware. – Weather resistant enclosure and transducers. – Readily paintable. – 90° x 90° high frequency horn. – Overload Protection Circuitry. – Spring-loaded input terminals. Details [Open] [Close]
Imagine your home filled with high fidelity sound. Picture no loud spots, no quiet, muffled areas. Just one big “sweet spot” that encompasses your entire listening area. Imagine there are no visible wires, no bulky speaker cabinets, and no exposed grilles attached to your walls. SolidDrive”s revolutionary technology changes what’s possible in home audio. Rather than just adding speakers to a room, SolidDrive will transform that room, making used of common household materials to produce audio throughout all your living spaces. With SolidDrive sound radiates from a large surface area, filling a room with smooth even audio throughout. The system itself is entirely invisible, with drives mounted behind cabinets, under tables, in ceilings, or behind walls.
The SpeakerCraft Aim5 One is an in-ceiling speaker
The SpeakerCraft tradition of true innovative design, combined with one of the most extensive engineering efforts in this industry’s history, has led to the creation of the patented AIM series of fully directional in-ceiling loudspeakers. Each one of the Aim models can be entirely pivoted towards the listener while still remaining discretely recessed behind a flush-mounted grille. If the established listening position or tastes change, the speaker can be easily aimed in another direction with just a simple push of the hand. SpeakerCraft innovation, excellence in engineering, and American made quality make the AIM5 series one of the most exceptional loudspeakers ever.
The AIM8 DT Three In-Ceiling Speaker from Speakercraft is a dual-tweeter in-ceiling stereo speaker that is a perfect option for a secondary room in place of a pair of speakers. It produces both left and right channels and can complete a multi-room system throughout the home.
The AIM8 DT is the largest speaker in the DT series and its 8″ dual voice coil woofer creates deep, satisfying bass while the dual tweeters produce the crystal clear high frequencies that are needed to reproduce the subtle details of musical performance. This speaker is a good match for guest bedrooms, walk-in closets, laundry rooms or garages to fill your home with music.
The SpeakerCraft OG or On Ground loudspeaker carefully mimics the form factor of a standard outdoor up light. The shape and size is a readily accepted feature in landscapes around the world and blends in easily in virtually any situation.
SpeakerCraft CRS3 Ceiling Speaker Profile – Round :
-Small Footprint In-Ceiling
-3″ Full Range Aluminum Cone Woofer
-Timbre-Matched to All Three Series
-Sensitivity: 86dB 1W/1m
-Power Handling: 40 Watts
-Frequency Response: 80Hz – 16kHz
-Impedance: 8 Ohms
-Diameter x Depth: 5 1/8″ x 3 1/4″ (232 mm x 83 mm)
-Cut-Out Diameter: 4 1/4″ (108 mm)
The Speakercraft DT6 Zero is an in-ceiling speaker that plays both left and right audio channels in one speaker using a dual voice coil woofer and dual tweeters.
Playing two channels out of a single speaker offers you a critical solution in many situations. Bathrooms, hallways, laundry rooms and walk-in closets are all places where music would be welcome but the cost of the speakers and the installation or the space limitation may all be deal breakers. SpeakerCraft created the DT concept to address this challenge.
The Speakercraft DT8 Zero is an in-ceiling speaker that plays both left and right audio channels in one speaker using a dual voice coil 8 inch woofer and dual 1 inch dome tweeters.
Playing two channels out of a single speaker offers a critical solution in many situations. Bathrooms, hallways, laundry rooms and walk-in closets are all places where music would be welcome but the cost of the speakers and the installation or the space limitation may all be deal breakers.