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Dayton Audio CS620W 6-1/2" 2-Way In-Wall Speaker Pair
Is the tweeter directional i.e., can it be pointed at an angle?
Unfortunately these tweeters do not swivel.
Date published: 2014-07-10
replace a blown tweeter?
I blew the tweeters on these, and was wondering if there is a tweeter I could buy to replace instead of replacing the whole speaker.
Unfortunately we do not offer a replacement tweeter for our in wall speakers.
Date published: 2013-09-05
What is the maximum wall thickness these can be mounted in?
I have plaster and lathe walls and wondered how think the walls can be and still mount properly.
The maximum thickness for these speakers is 1".
Date published: 2013-07-29
I am putting these in my ceiling. Can they be in direct contact with insulation?
yes the insulation should be no problem later unless the cone can touch the fiberglass and get into the backside of the woofer frame
Date published: 2011-10-31
Can these speakers be quick mounted?
They are designed to work with the included "sandwich" type mounting system, however, the resourceful individual could likely devise any number of alternative mounting arrangements. I should mention that doing so will void the warranty if any modifications are made to the structure.
Date published: 2011-08-30
I know you don't like to state a sound preference, especially among competing brands, however... I will be installing a pair of ceiling-mounted speakers for myself, not a customer. I need your advice regarding overall sound quality because once they're installed it's a done deal. My two options are QM650C or CS620W. In my experience speakers with separated tweeters vs coaxially mounted ones are generally better sounding, especially regarding bass response. These however are going in the ceiling where the round design would be much less noticeable. The conundrum is sound quality vs aesthetics. Please, please give me your thoughts on these two products. I have no other point of reference.
In that situation I always go for sound quality.Although the QM650C co-axial speaker is designed in such a way as to remove most of the limitations of the standard coaxial speaker types, it has a bit less power handling and is less efficient than the CS620W. The CS650W also has a better crossover circuit. All these things point toward the CS650W as being the better choice in my opinion, and is the one I would choose were I doing this install.
Date published: 2011-08-25