Pyle PWRC52 5.25" Weatherproof Stereo Ceiling Speaker White

Brand:| Model: PWRC52
Pyle's PWRC52 weather resistant dual channel ceiling speakers have a 5-1/4" voice coil with a dual 1/2" polycarbonate tweeter.
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Pyle PWRC52 5.25" Weatherproof Stereo Ceiling Speaker White

Pyle's PWRC52 weather resistant dual channel ceiling speakers have a 5-1/4" voice coil with a dual 1/2" polycarbonate tweeter. Includes hardware for easy installation. One year manufacturer's warranty.

Specifications: • Power handling: 200 watts • Frequency response: 65 Hz - 22 kHz • Impedance: 8 ohm (dual) • Outside diameter: 8" • Cutout diameter: 6-1/2" • Depth: 2-5/6".

Product Specifications
  • Input Rating4 ohm
  • Mounting StyleIn-ceiling
  • Special FeaturesStereo Dual channel,Weather Resistant
  • Woofer Diameter5-1/4"
Pyle PWRC52 5.25" Weatherproof Stereo Ceiling Speaker White
  • BrandPyle Audio
  • ModelPWRC52
  • Part Number310-2128
  • UPC068888880992
  • Product CategoryIn-Ceiling / On-Ceiling Speakers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (3 Reviews)
  • Weight2.95 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Pyle PWRC52 5.25" Weatherproof Stereo Ceiling Speaker White
Pyle PWRC52 5.25" Weatherproof Stereo Ceiling Speaker White is rated 3.6667 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Get What You Pay ForI ordered 7 seven of the Pyle pwrc52 speakers because they are water resistant 5 1/4”, with tweets, infinite baffle, reviews were generally good, and of course very cheap. Five speakers (plus a self-powered sub) were installed in the ceiling and walls of a 900 sq ft work space area and powered by an old JVC RX-8040B receiver. The other two speakers will be installed in an off road vehicle where a different brand of water resistant speakers recently failed.Sound Quality – First, I have never heard great sound come from a water resistant speaker, from any woofer with a hole in it (component systems are normally better than component speakers), or Pyle speakers. Therefore was not expecting too much. While doing functional testing of each speaker before installation I did a quick (non scientific) sound quality comparison against a Logitech Satellite, Mirage Omnisat Micro, and a two speaker MB Quartz component set. I wired the 4 ohm MB Quartz in series with a 5ohm resister so all speakers tested were approximately 8 ohms. The music set I was listening to was composed of rock n roll 70s-today. The pwrc52 and MB Quartz woofer were installed in the center of a 4’x8’ sheet of old ½”plywood. With the Eq set to flat, all of the other speakers outperformed the pwrc52 in frequency balance and dB. The MB Quartz component set was the only speaker set that could achieve the same highs as the pwrc52. Overall the pwrc52 sounded like I thought they would, very tinny and significantly less warm than the other speakers. ---- One of the speakers had no sound coming from the tweeters (on visible defect only audible difference) and will be returned for a replacement.Build Quality – Individual components of the speaker appear to meet minimal water resistance criteria. Plastic cone, black glue protecting all fixed wire connection points, chrome plated quick connect post terminals, and substantial plastic framing connection hardware. I hope the paint on the steel grill will stand the test of time and the steel will not rust later. There is substantial (2-3 mm) spacing between the woofer cone and the tweeter center support shaft that will allow dirt/dust in. ---- One of the speakers had the woofer surround installed incorrectly and will be returned for a replacement.Summary - So is it worth the effort to return all of the speakers… no because the price is so good. Would I ever recommend these speakers “You get what you pay for, expect low quality, poor workmanship, and no quality control”. When 2 of 7 (29%) identical items are bad on delivery, with no visible shipping damage, the buyer needs securitize the product.
Date published: 2012-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent for the priceI put one of these in an upstairs hallway and another in an office and they have a look that I actually think is kind of cool. The grill is much more of a dome shape than most ceiling speakers, and it is more transparent so you can barely see what is going on underneath. They also have very good sound, despite being possibly a little thin in the bass region. For this price they are very well built and seem to be of solid construction. At this price I almost expected the box to feel like there wasn't even a speaker in it. More than worth the money.
Date published: 2011-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice speakerI am using two of these in a ceiling in a very small room. They sound great! Mounting and connection were easy. Good sound - not tinny or sharp - the speakers are big enough to give you some oomph. I would recommend these without reservation.
Date published: 2010-03-01

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Pyle PWRC52 5.25" Weatherproof Stereo Ceiling Speaker White

Is "Power handling: 200 watts" Peak or RMS

Is "Power handling: 200 watts" Peak or RMS
Asked by: Mi93rd
The specs here are a bit off... For example the driver is 5 1/4", not the voice coil. I looked at the Pyle site and it also referenced 200 watts capability - this usually refers to peaks. You should be comfortable running this speaker with a 50 - 100 watt RMS 20 - 20khz amp.
Answered by: MarkAJH
Date published: 2012-07-30

Is it impossible to discover a enclosure volume for a speaker like this? Either ported or sealed? I'd be very interested in purchasing a few if so.

Asked by: torclausen
These speakers are not intended to be used in an enclosure.They are meant to be used in an infinite baffle configuration.If you have to but them in an enclosure, you could use something around 1 cu ft sealed but the bass response is not going to be near what it would be in the proper application. IE mounted in a ceiling tile.
Answered by: Musgofasa
Date published: 2011-12-16

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