Atlas Sound FAP6260T

BOCINA PARA PLAFÒN 60W

PRESENTACIÒN: PIEZA

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Atlas Sound FAP6260T

Model FAP6260T coaxial ceiling speaker is the evolution of the Strategy Series, delivering true, high fidelity sound reproduction in an attractive and easy-to-install system. These high performance systems are perfectly suited for many business music and public address applications. Compact profile enclosure, a 60° narrow dispersion and 60 watt transformer make the FAP6260T a perfect choice higher ceiling applications.

High quality construction includes a high efficiency paper composite woofer with rubber surround and a 20mm coaxially mounted silk dome tweeter. The high sensitivity of the speaker means less power may be required to achieve the desired SPL. The speakers are factory assembled to an optimally tuned & ported deep drawn enclosure and include a specially designed low saturation 70.7V/100V transformer. A convenient front mounted switch allows tap selection without the need to remove the speaker from the ceiling. A detachable Phoenix style, locking four-pole connector provides for easy daisy chain wiring to other full range speakers or subwoofers. Attractive low profile press-fit grille blends seamlessly into contemporary architecture.

Mounting is simplified with Strategy Series II style “dog leg” tabs that allow easy installation into drop tile or drywall ceilings with provided tile bridge assembly. The tile bridge consists of (2) triangular formed mounting rails and a c-ring assembly. The c-ring can be attached to the rails with the screws provided to extend support to the t-bar grid in suspended ceiling applications. Multiple hole locations are provided to allow the c-ring to be positioned all the way to the outer edge the tile if necessary. For existing dry-wall applications the tile bridge c-ring and support rails can be inserted into the hole cut for the enclosure. For easy positioning the “V” shaped support rails match the shape of the C-ring tabs for easy maneuvering and location when working “blindly” above the deck.