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25 – 80 watts suggested amplifier power range
JBL engineers designed the SP6CII in-ceiling loudspeaker to produce accurate, enveloping sound from an AVR (audio/video receiver) or amplifier capable of delivering up to 80 watts of power.
6-1/2" (165mm) titanium-laminate cone for enhanced bass response
Realistic reproduction of music requires clean, undistorted low frequencies. The JBL SP6CII in-ceiling loudspeaker features a 6-1/2-inch (165-millimetre) titanium-laminate woofer cone that offers great stiffness for low distortion. Rubber surrounds ensure durability, while extended polepieces produce deep, powerful bass with little distortion. The result is enveloping, satisfying audio reproduction from the bottom up.
Detailed high-frequency sound reproduction
The SP6CII in-ceiling loudspeaker’s thin but rigid 1-inch (25-millimetre) titanium-laminate tweeter delivers accurate, clear high-frequency response, even at elevated volume levels. The tweeter’s swivel-mount means that you can direct high frequencies exactly where you want them.
Elliptical Oblate Spheroidal (EOS) waveguide for “sit-anywhere” sound
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 SP6CII in-ceiling loudspeaker’s EOS waveguide distributes sound evenly throughout the playback area.
Low profile and easy installation
With a mounting depth of just 4-1/4 inches (108 millimetres) and weighing only 4.5 pounds (2.0 kilograms), the lightweight, space-saving SP6CII 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.
Paintable grille and frame
The JBL SP6CII 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 colour and decor. You’ll hardly notice SP6CIIs – until you turn them on.
Two powerful JBL speakers. One serious audio upgrade.
A pair of JBL® SP6CII in-ceiling loudspeakers offers any home true JBL-quality sound without taking up valuable floor or shelf space. The SP6CII’s 6-1/2-inch (165-millimetre) titanium-laminate, low-frequency woofer delivers exceptional bass, while a swivel-mounted, titanium-laminate tweeter produces accurate, clear high-frequency output. A proprietary waveguide and 80 watts of power handling ensure that the SP6CII distributes sound evenly and smoothly. Movies sound more enveloping within your home theatre, and your favourite music comes alive throughout the house. Shallow mounting depths increase your installation options; and the SP6CII’s paintable frame and grille let the in-ceiling loudspeakers blend into any room decor.
- SoundPoint Series
- Nominal Impedance
- 8 ohms
- Frequency Response
- (-10dB) 40Hz– 20kHz
- (2.83V@1m) 88dB
- Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power
- Crossover Frequencies
- High-Frequency Transducer
- 1" titanium-laminate dome, w/swivel mount
- Low-Frequency Transducer
- 6-1/2" titanium-laminate cone w/rubber surround
- Mounting Depth (mm)
- Mounting Depth (in)
- Weight (lb)
- External Width (mm)
- External Width (in)
- Weight (kg)
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Newbie in HTS. Is it advisable/OK to have SP8II (In-Wall 100w) and SP6CII (In-Ceiling 80w) on a 7.2 HTS? If OK, will an amplifier able to deliver 80W and 100w for these 2 speaker types? Any issues you see. Thanks in advance.
Hello, I cannot find an 80W Amplifier on your website, for this product .. What’s the most suitable Amplifier would you recommend , please ? And is it 1 speaker to 1 Amplifier?
Whats the difference between those and SP6II?
Thinking of buying these and SP8II for a home theatre setup.. use the SP6II for rear surround. Is that the right application? do these come with grills / covers? also what center channel would go with these speakers?
Can I connect these directly to the "optical audio out" port on my tv?
What is the IP rating on these speakers? Are they Fully Weather resistant?
Can I use these as part of a constant voltage (70.7V) commercial set up with the Atlas AA100PHD?
I am looking for a powered bluetooth ceiling speaker. Do you have anything that plugs into a power source in the ceiling and does not need an amp? So i can just connect with bluetooth and choose which speakers I want to play at any given time?
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