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Dayton Audio CS620EC 6-1/2" 2-Way Enclosed Ceiling Speaker
Is there a in-ceiling support bracket that will fit these speakers? I have some in a school system that are starting to bulge and need to be supported.
Unfortunately we do not have any bridges made for these speakers. In the past I have used 1/8" Masonite cut to fit behind the tile with a hole cut to the diameter to fit the speaker. This has worked well as a custom inexpensive bridge.
Date published: 2015-07-13
Is this ready for new construction installation or is there a separate mounting bracket that must be purchased?
Yes, these are ready for installation.
Date published: 2015-04-09
At 7+ lbs, do you think there will be any problem if I attach them to the standard drop-ceiling tiles found in most commercial buildings? (The tiles are those paper/fiber like stuff that's about .5-.75" thick)
These will be a bit heavy for mounting directly to a standard ceiling tile and will likely cause sagging over time. Since tile bridges are not available for these, I would recommend cutting 1/8"-1/4" HDF into sheets that match the tile size, and then cutting holes in this to act as a bridge.
Date published: 2014-12-02
Is there a title bridge available for this speaker for mounting it in a drop title ceiling?
Unfortunately no, we do not have any tile bridges available for this model.
Date published: 2014-11-13
what kind of mounting brackets do theses come with?
These have standard "dog-ear" type tabs that grip the back of the drywall when they are screwed down. These do not include any pre construction brackets.
Date published: 2014-08-28
are these angled?
How do you install these to create a good sound stage if they are not angled? Could they work with a 15" sub or would there a "whole" in freq Range?
These are not angled, there isn't anything you can do to aim these unfortunately. They will work fine with a 15" subwoofer, these will play into the low 40's without much of a problem.
Date published: 2013-10-15