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BIC Formula FH6-W 6-1/2" 2-Way In-Wall Speaker Pair
What is a matching in wall center for these? Can I use a single or pair of these as the center?
There is no reason you cannot use another one of these as the center. Most prefer a horizontal look for the center channel, but if your space allows it you can just mount it upright like the L and R channels. Some would argue that mounting a speaker horizontally that is not a MTM design would give off-balance response for the mid and the tweet, but I doubt most people would actually hear this. Since the tweeter horn is square, the dispersion should be the same mounted vertically or horizontally. If you really long for symmetry, you could use two wired in parallel, but expect to require a bump in your center channel level, as it will be a 16 ohm load and the other channels 8 ohm. Have fun.
Date published: 2012-02-09
how many are in the package?.....seriously...just whant to make sure.
This item is sold in pairs. There are two in-wall speakers in the package.
Date published: 2011-06-22
I have the ability as my basement is under construction to put an enclosure behind them. Someone asked before, but the answer was that it was "not necessary". My question, is would it be beneficial in any way to put an enclosure with acousta stuff behind them. Would it help the bass response and overall sound quality?Thanks in advance.
In-wall and in ceiling speakers do not require an enclosure for sound purposes.
Date published: 2013-01-03
do these speakers come with the crossover mounted on the back???
Yes these include crossover, they simply need to be wired into the amplifier.
Date published: 2012-12-17
Thiele-Small Parameters for Boombox?
I am thinking of using these to build an iPod-based Boombox with 3/4" ply and the Lepai T2020 unit. Any TS parameters available on these? Port size is the most important issue for me. Thanks!
Unfortunately these parameters are not available for in-wall or in-ceiling speakers because they are intended for a certain application. They also generally have a relatively high Qts for use in an infinite baffle application so a sealed enclosure would be most likely the best option.
Date published: 2012-09-25