100-watt, 6-1/2" dual two-way in-ceiling loudspeaker

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All in-ceiling loudspeakers save floor and shelf space; the JBL® SP6CSII in-ceiling loudspeaker also saves ceiling space. A single speaker that reproduces two-channel stereo sound from one enclosure, the SP6CSII is an ideal choice for areas such as hallways, or remote rooms within a multiroom environment where you need two channels but only have space for one. It is also suitable for upgrading a 5.1-channel home theater to 7.1 without the need to make additional cutouts. A 6-1/2-inch (165-millimeter) titanium-laminate, low-frequency woofer with rubber surround ensures exceptional bass, while dual 3/4-inch (75-millimeter) titanium-laminate tweeters produce accurate, clear high-frequency output. Proprietary Elliptical Oblate Spheroidal™ (EOS) waveguide technology lets the SP6CSII distribute sound evenly and smoothly throughout the listening area. And with its shallow mounting depth, the SP6CSII in-ceiling speaker increases installation options.

What's in the box?

  • (1)SP6CSII loudspeaker with grille
  • (1) Mounting Template
  • (1) Paint Shields
  • (1) Owner's Manual

JBL engineers designed the SP6CSII in-ceiling loudspeaker to produce impressive, two-channel stereo sound from an AVR (audio/video receiver) or amplifier capable of delivering up to 100 watts of power.

Realistic reproduction of music requires clean, undistorted low frequencies. The JBL SP6CSII in-ceiling loudspeaker features a 6-1/2-inch (165-millimeter) titanium-laminate woofer cone that offers greater stiffness for reduced distortion. Rubber surrounds improve durability, while extended polepieces produce deep, powerful bass with less distortion. The result is enveloping, satisfying audio reproduction that is engineered from the bottom up.

The SP6CSII in-ceiling loudspeaker’s pair of thin but rigid 1-inch (25-millimeter) titanium-laminate tweeters delivers accurate, clear high-frequency response, even at elevated volume levels. Tweeter swivel-mounts mean that you can direct high frequencies exactly where you want them.

Forget about “sweet spots.” With proprietary JBL Elliptical Oblate Spheroidal (EOS) waveguide technology, your whole room becomes a perfect listening position. Originally designed for JBL Professional LSR studio monitors, the SP6CSII in-ceiling loudspeaker’s EOS waveguide distributes sound evenly throughout the playback area.

With a mounting depth of just 4-1/4" (108 millimeters) and weighing only 4 pounds (1.8 kilograms), the lightweight, space-saving SP6CSII in-ceiling loudspeaker offers maximum installation flexibility. A cutting template and integrated dog-ear brackets accommodate retrofit applications, while rough-in frames are available for new construction.

The JBL SP6CSII in-ceiling loudspeakers offer outstanding performance, but that doesn’t mean that they have to stand out in a room. You can paint the frames and grilles so that the loudspeakers match your ceiling color and decor. You’ll hardly notice the SP6CSIIs – until you turn them on.

SoundPoint Series
Nominal Impedance
8 ohms
Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power
100 total (50 WPC)
Crossover Frequencies
(2.83V@1m) 88dB both channels driven
Frequency Response
(-10dB) 40Hz – 20kHz
High-Frequency Transducer
Dual 3/4" titanium-laminate domes,
Low-Frequency Transducer
6-1/2" titanium-laminate cone w/rubber surround

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i have 10 celing type JPL speakers, is 100 W amplifier is enough to do paging and play music on, it is for a store

Asked by: sami
If it's for a store, I'd recommend using professional line 70v speakers and amplifier. Depending on the speaker and tap setting used, 100 watts might work. For example: 10 speakers @ 7.5w tap = 75w total.
Answered by: JSpur
Date published: 2015-12-24
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