Episode DVC Outdoor Speakers 5.25" Pair
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- Frequency Response: 63 Hz - 20 kHz
- Nominal Impedance: 6 Ohm
- Sensitivity: 84 dB
- Power RMS: 60W
- Power Peak: 150W
- Dimensions(W x H x D): 290mm x 229 x 225mm
These Episode® All Weather Series Dual Input Surface Mount Speakers offer remarkable value and enhanced performance to sound better than the competition, at a better price. They feature premium components, including a high temperature polypropylene cone, nomex spider, and aluminum dome tweeters. A weather-resistant, rugged build makes these speakers a smart solution for the outdoors. Use them in wide dispersion distributed audio systems, or in places where a traditional speaker just won’t work.
Thanks to handy slots on either end, all you have to do is mount the bracket, loosen the knobs on the speaker, and slide it on. Included rubber gaskets attach to the slots to hold the speaker tight once it’s mounted, and ribs along the edge increase stiffness to resist sagging. And the speaker itself has industry-standard M6 threaded inserts, allowing for maximum mounting versatility.
Gold-Plated Binding Posts
Tired of working with flimsy spring connectors that don’t stand up over time, or struggling with tiny screw-down connections while you’re on top of a ladder? This all-weather speaker features gold-plated 5-way binding posts that are easy to use and provide secure connections.
A true all-weather product, this speaker features polypropylene woofers for a deep, full sound and aluminum tweeters that produce crisp, clear audio in any temperature. Its hardware is ready to live a hard life, thanks to aluminum grills and brackets, a UV-treated, mineral-filled polypropylene cabinet, and stainless steel bolts. This speaker is engineered to withstand the elements.
Designed for optimal audio quality in wide dispersion distributed audio systems, this all-weather speaker features a slew of top-notch components, including a 5-1/4-in. polypropylene cone with Nomex spider, a high-temperature voice coil, and a 1-in. aluminum dome tweeter. It can operate effectively in even the harshest environments, from bitterly-cold Maine winters to blazing-hot Arizona summers.