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Specifications Specs:Details:Description: Warranty Terms - Parts Warranty Information Not Available   Warranty Terms - Labor Warranty Information Not Available   Width 6.5 inches   Depth 10.7 inches   Weight 20.9 pounds   Color Category Black   Wi-Fi Built-in No   Headphone Jack No   Input(s) None   Smart Capable No   Wi-Fi Enabled No   Impedance 8 ohms The load value (in ohms) that the speakers present to the amplifier, also known as the amount of resistance to the flow of current. While playing music, a speaker's actual impedance constantly fluctuates; however, speakers are usually given a single nominal impedance rating for easy comparison. Number Of Midranges Included 0   Number Of Speakers 2   Number Of Tweeters Included 0   Number Of Woofers Included 0   Peak Power Handling 300 watts Peak power handling refers to the maximum amount of power a speaker can handle during a brief musical burst. RMS Power 75 watts Maximum RMS Power-Handling refers to the maximum amount of power a speaker can handle on a continuous basis. Speaker Design Other   Speaker Type In-Wall   Speaker Wire Included No   Tweeter Size 1 inches   Woofer Size 5.3 inches   ENERGY STAR Certified No Devices carrying the Energy Star service mark, such as computer products and peripherals, kitchen appliances, buildings and other products, generally use 20% to 30% less energy than required by federal standards. Maximum Frequency Response 24 kilohertz The human ear responds to frequencies from approximately 20 to 20,000 cycles-per-second, or Hertz. A speaker's frequency response indicates how much of that range can be reproduced. Midrange Material Other   Minimum Frequency Response 50 hertz The human ear responds to frequencies from approximately 20 to 20,000 cycles-per-second, or Hertz. A speaker's frequency response indicates how much of that range can be reproduced. Sensitivity 92 decibels A sensitivity rating tells you how effectively a speaker converts power (watts) into volume (decibels). The higher the rating, the louder your speakers will play with a given amount of amplifier power. Sensitivity is often measured by driving a speaker with one watt and measuring the loudness in decibels at one meter. Tweeter Material Titanium   Wireless No   Woofer Material Cerametallic   Instant Content Supported Other   UPC 013964253511  
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