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In Wall Speakers IW670 Pair

Product code: OSD-IW670

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Features & Specifications

OSD Audio IW670 --In-wall speakers with high-end audio sound without the high-end audio price. Priced well below competitors, a side-by-side comparison reveals this speaker stands up to the expensive brands because OSD includes components typically found in high priced architectural speakers, such as a carbon filled polypropylene woofer and pivoting silk dome tweeter. Power handling is ample at 150W, making this speaker suitable for new construction or retrofit in large, medium and small spaces.

Paintable Frame & Grille
Many customers like to paint their in-walls and ceiling speakers to match the color of their room. If you plan on painting the speaker frame and grille, use spray paint instead of a brush or roller. Rolling or brushing paint onto the grille often fills in the holes which can impact sound performance. Small paint spray guns can be purchased for $5 at your local paint store and guidelines for thinning the paint are included with the spray gun.

Do I Need to Install a Back Box?
It's not a bad idea to add a little fibre insulation inside the wall cavity but a back box is not required. In-wall speakers use an infinite baffle design which allows the speakers to work in various size spaces, like inside a wall. OSD Audio Speakers can adapt to a broad range of enclosure sizes and can be installed with or without an enclosure (with infinite baffle, the wall cavity becomes the enclosure). There is a tradeoff, however. Without a back box, sound may bleed to another room. This may or may not be issue but if you decide to build an enclosure, it needs to be at least 5 to 6 inches to accommodate the depth of the speaker.

For a retrofit installation, no construction bracket is needed.

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Other Product Info

A true customer favorite, the IW670 in-wall speaker may be priced well below competitors but side-by-side comparisons reveal this speaker stands up to the expensive brands.

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

8 Questions & 8 Answers
bill
from cleveland, oh asked:
April 28, 2014
the iw670 specs in the ad says 150W but I just received them last week and the specs state 125W??
1 Answer
Hi Bill, I'm not sure what ad you are referring to exactly. The specs on our website do say 125 watts, both on the front page "Peel Deal" ad at the top right, and on the product page itself. Let us know where you read 150 watts. Thanks! BM 2647
Customer Service - Q&A
on April 28, 2014

Bill
from cleveland, Ohio asked:
April 26, 2014
I want to paint the grill and frame. How do I separate the grill cover from the base?
1 Answer
Hi Bill, The speakers should have included a small baggy with a tiny, key-shaped tool inside. This tool is used to remove the grills. Simply insert the tip into one of the holes on the outer edge of the grill and gently pry up. Do this to each edge until it pops off. If you don't happen to have the grill removal tool anymore, you can use a cork-skrew. Hope that helps. Thanks! BM 2642
Customer Service - Q&A
on April 28, 2014

Doug
from Wisconsin asked:
October 2, 2012
How would these speakers work installed on the eaves of home?
1 Answer
Hi Doug, These speakers are designed for indoor use. We offer the ICE600WRS flush-mount ceiling speakers that would work great under your eaves, or you can consider a patio speaker like the AP650 that would be mounted. CL/MA 1316
Customer Service - Q&A
on October 3, 2012

Noah
from Madisonville, La asked:
July 11, 2012
Can these be painted?
1 Answer
Hi Noah, You can paint the speakers, yes- We recommend spray paint especially for the grills. CL
Customer Service - Q&A
on July 13, 2012

Adam Cross
from Houston asked:
May 20, 2012
Would these be good for the back surround sound speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Adam, These will work fine as long as you have access to wire them in the wall. The in-ceiling LCRs are popular for back surround sound speakers as well because there is usually better access to the in-ceiling wiring. If you decide to use these, you may want to install them a foot higher than eye level and make sure you focus the pivoting tweeter down toward your seating area. TL
Customer Service - Q&A
on May 21, 2012

Bill
from Springfield, Illinois asked:
April 4, 2012
Can these be mounted if the wall thickness is 1"? Will the brackets extend that far?
1 Answer
Hi Bill, The dog-eared clasps open to 1.25" so you will have no problem installing these in your wall. CL/MA
Customer Service - Q&A
on April 5, 2012

kevin
from cincinnati oh asked:
February 20, 2012
Can these be used for surround sound front speakers? kevin
1 Answer
Hi Kevin: These would be a good choice for right and left front stage. We would recommend adding the IW525 for the center channel. The key is all three speakers use the same Tweeter, a 1' silk soft dome plus the same cone material. The IW670 are sold in pairs and the IW525 is sold as each. This our most affordable timbre matched custom in-wall LCR setup. TL
Customer Service - Q&A
on February 20, 2012

Martyn
from Australia asked:
November 12, 2011
Can thesein wall speakers be installed in a ceiling?
1 Answer
Yes, if you have the space to cut a rectangular hole versus a round hole. The tweeter pivots just like the in-ceiling speaker as well. TL/MA
Customer Service - Q&A
on November 14, 2011

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