MA7060

PolyPlanar 6" Premium Panel Speaker

PolyPlanar 6" Premium Panel Speaker

Description

The PolyPlanar 6" Premium Panel Speaker offers superior sound quality and easy, low profile mount designed to complement the decor of even the finest yachts.

Features

  • Waterproof Construction Throughout
  • Corrosion Proof Powder Coated Stainless Steel Grill
  • Plastic Frame With UV Stabilizer
List Price
$199.95
Your Price
$148.45
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Details

These full range, two-way speakers mount very flush with a minimum protrusion. Grills cover the mounting screws for a clean, professionally-mounted appearance. No holes are required for the mounting screws, and it is not necessary to access the rear of the mounting surface. The self-contained clamps automatically grip the inside of the mounting surface.

Features

  • Polypropylene cone
  • Coated terminal/voice coil wires
  • Easy mounting
  • Available in white only
Notable Specifications:

 

  • Peak Power: 140W per pair
  • Continuous Power: 70W RMS/pair
  • Cone Size: 6" (152mm)
  • Speaker Impedance: 4 ohms
  • Mounting Depth: 2-⅝" (66mm)
  • Overall Dimension: 8-1116" x 8-1116" x 2-1516" (220mm x 220mm x 74mm)
  • Cutout Dimension: 7-⅜" x 7-⅜" (186mm x 186mm)
  • Weight: 2.15 lbs per Speaker
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
PolyPlanar 6" Premium Panel Speaker MA7060 6" Premium Panel Speaker, White, Pair
$148.45
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