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Turbosound Impact TCI52-T-WH 60W 5" + 1" Surface Mount Loudspeaker Pair (TCI-52T)
The white Impact TCI52-T 2-Way 5" Full Range Loudspeaker from Turbosoundis a compact passive 240W two-way surface-mount loudspeaker. It consists of a high excursion 5" low frequency driver with a high temperature voice coilmatched to a 1" ferrofluid cooled neodymium high frequency driveron a proprietary elliptical waveguide providing wide 100º horizontal by 70º vertical dispersion. The TCI52-T includes an internal line transformer with multiple taps for use in 70V and 100V line distributed systemsand also provides a 16-ohm low impedance direct input. The TCI52-T is supplied with an adjustable wall mounting bracket which provides the loudspeaker connections as an integral part of the bracket assemblyallowing the brackets to be sitedinstalled and wired independently. The glass filled impact resistant enclosure is finished in semi matte white designed to fit unobtrusively in any environment. M6 threaded fixings are provided on the rear for use with TURBOSOUND wall and ceiling bracketsand OmniMount brackets (sold separately)and a 3/8" threaded insert is provided behind an EPDM rubber cover on the bottom of the cabinet for use with microphone stands as a spot monitor.
- Compact 2-way full range surface-mount loudspeaker for installation applications
- 60 W continuous240 W peak power
- High excursion 3.5" low frequency driver with high temperature voice coil
- 1" ferrofluid cooled neodymium high frequency driver
- Multiple transformer taps for 70 V and 100 V line systems or 16 Ohm direct input
- Proprietary elliptical waveguide provides wide 100º H x 70º V dispersion
- Architecturally styled glass filled impact resistant enclosure
- Semi matte white finish fits unobtrusively in any environment
- 2 x M6 rigging points compatible with TURBOSOUND and OmniMount brackets
- 3/8" mic stand fitting for spot monitor applications
- Wall-mount bracket with integral loudspeaker connections included
- Designed and engineered in England