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SpeakerCraft AIM MDU One Main / Stereo Speakers


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#1 of 1 Controlife

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Posted May 02 2013 - 07:47 AM

I have a total of 6 of these. I have used them for house music and surround and I love them. These retail for 150 each. I am very reasonable so make me an offer for all of them.

Description
The extensively engineered SpeakerCraft AIM speakers are the ideal audio accessories for your home theater system. These Main / Stereo Speakers are shielded in solid and attractive flush-mounted grille enclosures for producing a high quality sound. Patented by the company, the SpeakerCraft AIM speakers are the first pivoting speakers, claim the manufacturers, which directs high quality sound wherever you want it in the room. Simply aim these Main / Stereo Speakers in whichever direction you want with a slight push. These pivoting speakers come with special high quality drivers that help in producing an optimum quality sound. The SpeakerCraft AIM speakers are one of the finest audio devices that will create a cinema hall ambience right inside your home.

Product Identifiers
Brand SpeakerCraft
Model AIM MDU One
MPN spkcrft-aim-1
UPC 664254010651

Key Features
Speaker Type Main / Stereo Speakers
Mounting In-wall / Ceiling
Construction 2-Way
Outdoor/Indoor Indoor

Technical Details
Peak Power Handling 60 W
Nominal Power 100 watt
Frequency Responses 78 Hz - 20 kHz
Impedance 8 ohm
Sensitivity 87 dB
Connectivity Wired

Design
Woofer Material Polymer Composite

Dimension
Width 7.32 in.
Depth 4.17 in.
Height 4.8 in.
Woofer Size 8 in.
Tweeter Size 1 in.




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