Quick install speaker for suspended tile ceilings features 8 in. 15W dual cone driver, 25V/70V transformer, fine perforation grille, and .147 cu.ft. enclosure. Patented 1×2 assembly with integral T-bar quickly replaces half a non-tegular (2×2) ceiling tile. U.S. patents 7120269, D467579, 7643647.
-Driver (810): 8 in. 15W dual cone driver with 10 oz. magnet, frequency response of 54Hz-11.6kHz (±6dB) and 50Hz-20kHz (±6.6dB), and average sensitivity of 97.9dB measured 1W/1M. Conical dispersion 95 degrees.
-Transformer: Dual voltage 25V/70V transformer with taps at .25, .5, 1, 2, 5W.
-Grille with Subplate (1 x 2): Fine-perforation grille provides maximum free-air space for excellent sound transmission while maintaining an unobtrusive appearance in new or existing tile ceilings. White.
-Enclosure (0.147 cu.ft.): Steel backbox with speaker leads that exit through a metal clamp for fast connection. Black.
-Mounting Aid: Patented integral T-bar supports neighboring cut non-tegular ceiling tile. Restraint tab and hole for two-cable code compliance (cables not incuded).
The speaker system for suspended tile ceilings shall be Lowell Model No. LT-810-72-BB. The 1’x2′ system shall replace half of a non-tegular 2’x2′ ceiling tile or one-fourth of a non-tegular 2’x4′ ceiling tile and shall include an integral T-bar to support adjacent ceiling tile. Each speaker system shall include a factory-mounted driver with transformer mounted to a subplate with a fine perforation steel grille finished in white powder epoxy. The driver shall be 8 in. dual cone with a power rating of 15W. It’shall have a magnet weight of 10 ozs., frequency response of 54Hz- 11.6kHz (±6dB) and 50Hz-20kHz (±6.6dB), and average sensitivity of 97.9dB measured 1W/1M. The 25V/70V transformer shall feature primary taps at .25, .5, 1, 2 and 5W. The system shall include a steel backbox (.147 cu.ft.) with leads exiting through a metal clamp
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