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The IC-630 is Russound's flagship in-ceiling speaker.designed for intelligent highs and deep rich lows. Using advanced marterials from the 1" pivoting titanium tweeter to the 6.5" injection-molded polypropylene cone with vapor-deposited titanium, the IC-630's performance will blow you away and will continue to impress you during years of enjoyment. It includes a +/- 3dB tweeter adjustment switch to allow you to adjust for the room's acousitc characteristics. In bright, reflective rooms with lots of hard surfaces, set the switch to -3dB to tone down the highs a bit. In a room filled with large, absorptive items like bulky furniture, thick carpet and curtains, set the switch to +3dB to compensate and reinforce the high frequencies as needed. The patented SwiftLock ® by Swarm technology allows for quick and easy tool-less installation with the simple press of a button at each of the three mounting dogs.
- Enhanced frequency response and acoustic performance for the critical listening areas of the home
- Excellent for both music and TV/movie/home theater use
- Swiftlock ® tool-less quick and easy installation
- 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*
||45 Hz - 25 kHz
||11 oz (0.312 kg)
||4.22" (10.7 cm)
||9.37" (23.8 cm) diameter
||5 - 110 watts
||90 dB @ 1w/1m
||1 / (25 mm) Pivoting Titanium
||6.5 / (16.51 cm) IM Polypropylene cone with vapor deposited Titanium
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