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ICE660 Angled 6.5" Woofer 1" Silk Dome Tweeter Dolby Atmos® Ready Ceiling Speaker (Single)

Product code: OSD-ICE660

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Features & Specifications

The unique design of the ICE660 LCR speaker positions the 6.5” woofer at a 15° degree angle, which creates a more realistic sound stage when front surrounds are installed closer to the wall or right above the monitor. It is by natural the best setup for Dolby Atmos firing down solution. Not only is this speaker affordable, it offers customers with smaller or odd shaped rooms more placement flexibility to optimize their home theater experience. The critical high and mid-range frequencies are pointed toward the listener, not the floor, so when your video tracks left to right, the sound tracks right along with the video. You can even use them for rear and side surrounds in a 5.1 or 7.1 system.

Why Use An Angled In-ceiling Speaker?

The angled speaker can be a real problem solver because not every space is ideal for custom home theater sound applications. The angled in-ceiling speaker features a 15 degree angle for the mid bass driver plus a pivoting tweeter for placement flexibility. This speaker can be part of three piece set to handle the front stage of the surround system when both on-wall and in-wall are not a favorable option. The angled design allows the ideal placement in the ceiling closer to the wall just above the monitor. This creates a more realistic sound image when compared to normal in-ceiling speakers that are mounted closer to or directly above the viewing area. Standard in-ceiling speakers are generally placed at least three feet from the wall to avoid reflective sound. The angle speaker can be placed within a foot of the wall

What Is Butyl Rubber Surround?
With almost double the shelf life of foam, butyl rubber has been the choice of speaker designers looking to optimize the sound based upon materials that go together. The Surround is just one of the integral parts of the speaker's motor structure. Butyl Rubber gives the speaker more excursion capability featuring a deeper bass with a wider frequency response, and its shelf life is closer to 25 years compared to the foam at 12 to 15 years.

For a retrofit installation, no construction bracket is needed.


Other Product Info

Introducing LCR Ceiling Series speakers. With this revolutionary design you can get imaging and staging that would be lost with regular, down-firing ceiling speakers. We accomplish this because our woofers are set at a 15 degree angle. The critical high and mid-range frequencies are then pointed toward the listener, not the floor. So, when your video tracks left to right, the sound tracks right along with the video. You can even use them for rear and side surrounds in a 5.1 or 7.1 system.



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10 Questions & 11 Answers
from NY asked:
February 11, 2019
Do you have this model available with your titanium tweeter? I need a set for rear surrounds in a 7.4.2 system and all my other speakers have titanium tweeters.
1 Answer
Hi Jay: We have an 8.0" version (ICE870) with a standard matching frame like the ICE660 but a metal dome tweeter. Or you can go trim-less with the ACE670 or 8.0" version ACE870. They are all good choices for your application. TL/5405
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on February 13, 2019

Wong kin
from San francisco asked:
October 3, 2018
Simply I like sounds. I will put this in the car door location in my old mercedez. Will it sound better as woofer added to a ?system. Or, on the contraly. Kin
1 Answer
Hi Wong: I would not recommend this speaker for Car Audio. Most car audio speakers are 4 ohms, whereas this is an 8-ohm speaker. It features a mount for a Ceiling drywall, not a car door. You might have a problem with depth as well. TL/5229
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on October 3, 2018

from Suffolk va asked:
May 23, 2018
I am planning to install a surround system with ICE660 Angled 6.5 "Woofer 1" Silk Dome Tweeter Dolby Atmos® Ready Ceiling Speaker, do you think this model is good for everything around?
1 Answer
HI JI: Why stop there, seven speakers would be better so you have the three front stage LCR, 2 for surround and two for height or effects speaker mounted in front of your seating area about three to four feet with the speaker angled back towards you. Even if you don't purchase the two extra speakers you should at least pre-wire for future proof. Great choice... TL/5003
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on May 24, 2018

from Virginia asked:
March 25, 2018
I am setting up a 7.2 setup and looking for the rear and rear side speakers. They need to be in the ceiling. I managed to grab 2 ACE6702 but need 2 more -- would it be okay to have 2 of these as the remaining 2 rear speakers (there are a few available still)? If so would these be the rear or read sides?
2 Answers
Hi Tony: Yes you can use the ICE-660 for your system, but they do not match your ACE670 and their trim-less design. I would suggest using the ACE670 for your rear surrounds 2 or 3 feet behind your seating and use the ICE-660 for your effects speakers 2 to 3 feet in front of your optimum viewing/listening seating location for your ATMOS, so a 5.2.2 system. What are you doing on for your front stage? Good luck TL/4866
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on April 5, 2018
Hi Tony: It depends on if you want to match your ACE670 (trim-less design) to the ICE 660 (standard frame) We do have an option available on our premium speaker site. It is an R 63A 6.5" 2 way angled LCR speaker. Check it out it is listed under the Black Series in-ceiling speakers. It also features a Carbon Fiber cone (on par with the Kevlar) and Metal dome tweeter for the proper timbre match and the trim-less design to match the ACE670. We would have to quote you on the Black Series. Let me know what you think. TL/4866
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on April 6, 2018

from Nigeria asked:
June 27, 2017
i have an exist 5 ceiling speakers arrange in my theater and 1 subwoofer on the floor in front. Is it possible to add 2 atmos ready speakers so as to implement dolby atmos 5.1.2 ?
1 Answer
Hi Pius: It all depends on your Receiver as long as it has a DOLBY ATMOS processor. The output is listed as Height or ATMOS speaker. Some of the newer Receivers also feature DTS:X. The angled speaker would be mounted 3 to 4 feet in front of the optimum viewing/listing position. The ACE-670 is a Trim-less version which will work as well. TL/4442
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 27, 2017

eddie graham
from TX asked:
January 4, 2017
Can you use this speaker as a center channel speaker?
1 Answer
Hi Eddie: The angled speaker was created as an LCR option where you could not use in-wall, on-wall or Floor standing speakers This would be Left, Center and right speakers. As you may know you want your three front stage speakers to have matching characteristics like same woofer material, Tweeter design and crossover components for proper timbre match. But you will notice we list these speakers as Surround sound and Effects (like for ATMOS or DTS:X) due to the placement flexibility of the angled speaker. The key to all channels is that the speakers needs to have the tweeter pointed at the optimum listening/viewing area. That us why all of our speakers feature both pivoting or swivel options on the tweeter. Good luck TL/4164
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 12, 2017

Dennis Moore
from Surprise, AZ asked:
March 10, 2014
I just purchased 5 of the ICE660 for my 5.1 install, in a bit of an odd configured room, and not visually satisfying to my spouse for my nice Polk Audio speakers attached to the wall/ceiling, so going with the angled in-ceiling ICE660 OSD speakers. Understand, the speakers should be pointed toward the listening area and should be 6-10 feet apart. What about the distance btwn the center and L and R speakers? [I can see the L and R speakers, say 8 feet apart, and center splitting the diff, at 4 feet??]
1 Answer
Hi Dennis, Yes that is a good amount of distance for your front LCR set up. The important part is that the front speakers are equal distance from the listening area. CS 2532
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 11, 2014

from Lake Worth, Florida asked:
November 30, 2013
Can these speakers be used for all 7.1 or do I have to pair them with something else
1 Answer
Hi Rick, Yes. These are sold as a single speaker just for that purpose! You can run 3 upfront as your center and left/right, two as the surround, and two as the back. Just make sure they're all installed so that the angles are directed at your primary listening area. Let us know if you have any follow up questions. Thanks! -BM 2366
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on December 2, 2013

from Germantown, MD asked:
March 30, 2013
Will these fit in a 8.5 inch cutout? If I use this as a center speaker in a 5.1 set up, what should I pair it with for front and back sets?
1 Answer
Hi Randy, The ICE660 LCR ceiling speaker has a cut-out diameter that measures 8 1/8" inches. When using the ICE660 as a center channel, customers typically install two more ICE660s for a first-rate front stage, (center and left and right). Add a pair of ICE640s for the rear channel and you'll have an excellent 5.1 surround sound speaker system. CL/MA 1749
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 1, 2013

from Montreal asked:
April 23, 2012
The speaker connectors, do they require banana plugs and if they do or, what type would be required?
1 Answer
John This would be a bare wire screw type connection. Customers often put banana plugs like the OSD-HB-002 on the other end of the speaker cable, with a wall plate like the OSD-WP8 where your amp or receiver is located. CL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 23, 2012

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