The Perfect Choice
The IC-620 is the perfect choice for using in all of the primary listening areas of the home. From the kitchen to the living room to the master bedroom, the IC-620 is a speaker that you'll spend hours and hours listening to. The injection-molded polypropylene cone gives detailed bass response and the 1" pivoting silk tweeter can be aimed at your favorite listening spot. The integrated one-piece baffle / woofer basket adds enhanced rigidity and complements the deep bass sound. The IC-620 is acoustically matched to the IC-620T, IC-820, IC-820T and IW-620 so you can mix and match between the sizes as needed. Use the IC-620 in smaller rooms and the IC-820 in larger rooms or rooms with higher ceilings. The IC-620 uses the patented SwiftLock ® by Swarm tool-less installation system which lets the speaker be installed quickly and easily with the simple press of a button at each of the three mounting dogs.
- The perfect choice for all primary listening areas of the home
- Swiftlock ® tool-less quick and easy installation
- Integrated one-piece baffle / woofer basket design for enhanced rigidity and more efficient bass
- Paintable edgeless grilles blend seamlessly into any décor
- Powerful neodymium grille magnets for easy and secure attachment
|Shipping Dimensions (Pair)
||11.75" x 10.75" x 12" (29.8 cm x 27.3 cm x 30.5 cm)
|Shipping Weight (Pair)
||8 lbs (3.6 kg)
||8.25" (20.96 cm) diameter*
||47 Hz - 20 kHz
||11 oz (0.312 kg)
||4.22" (10.77 cm)
||9.37" (23.8 cm) diameter
||5 - 100 watts
||90 dB @ 1w/1m
||1" / (25 mm) Pivoting Silk
||6.5" / (16.51 cm) Injection-Molded Polypropylene cone
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