MS-CL602

FUSION MS-CL602 Flush Mount Interior Ceiling Speaker

FUSION MS-CL602 Flush Mount Interior Ceiling Speaker
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6" 2-Way Full Range In-Ceiling Speakers

FUSION's MS-CL602 are designed to complement the interior of your vessel, with a discretely stylised flush mount profile, perfect for either in-ceiling or wall mount installation.

Featuring a sleek Ice-White magnetic grille, The MS-CL602 does not require any additional fasteners or adhesive mounts.

Once placed into the cut out area, the built-in mounting tabs will clasp the edges of the cut out, keeping the speaker in place.

Sophisticated engineering has resulted in superb sound quality from a shallow mount basket, with 6-Ohm Impedance, the MS-CL602 will integrate with a variety of source units.

Featuring a high quality polypropylene cone with a peak power output of 120 Watts ensures crisp clear audio is enjoyed thoroughly by all.

Specifications:
  • Cone Material: Polypropylene with rubber surround
  • Efficiency (1W/1M): 89 Db
  • Impedance: 6 Ohm
  • Peak Power: 120 Watts
  • Rated Power: 40 Watts
  • Speaker Diameter: 232.2mm (9-1/8")
  • Woofer Size: 165mm, 6.5"
  • Tweeter Size: 25mm, 1"
  • Tweeter Type: Silk Dome
  • Cut out Diameter: 203.5mm (8")
  • Mounting Depth: 77.6mm (3-1/16")
  • Depth (excluding grille): 75.63mm (3")
  • Depth (including grille): 79.3mm (3-1/8")
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