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Theater Solutions TSQ670 in Ceiling 70 Volt 6.5" Speakers Quick

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Theater Solutions TSQ670 in Ceiling 70 Volt 6.5" Speakers Quick

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Product description

Theater Solutions Reference Series 6.5" In-Ceiling 70 Volt Speakers are an installers dream come true! High quality, lush bass and a full bodied sound at an affordable price. Each speaker comes with a 70 volt transformer, making them perfect for commercial applications. The best feature is the new Install Quick design.

Here is how Quick Install works:
Simply remove the speaker grill with the supplied grill remover. Attach your wires to the speaker and place the speaker in the ceiling cutout hole. Using the small end of the enclosed "L" shaped Quick Install tool, simply push upwards in each of the four mounting holes on the front of the speaker. With a single "Pop" the spring loaded mounting tabs at the back of the speaker rotates 180 degree clockwise and locks to the drywall. Installs in seconds!! To remove the speaker, simply use the other end of the "L" shaped Quick Install tool, insert the tool in each of the four mounting holes and turn counter clockwise. You will hear a "click" when the mounting tab locks back into position and you can remove the speaker.

Each speaker comes with a 70 Volt Transformer which is perfect for commercial applications. The transformer has 5 different tap settings, 16 watt, 8 watt, 4 watt, 2 watt and 1 watt. The speaker also allows the transformer to be bypassed for standard installations.

Theater Solutions TSQ670 in Ceiling 70 Volt 6.5" Speakers Quick

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