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NCBC8-K New Construction Bracket Pair For 8" In Ceiling Speaker

Product code: NCCB8-K

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Features & Specifications

For use with a number of OSD Audio 8" ceiling speakers, this new construction bracket is easy to install. Simply line up the exact location of your speaker then secure the wings to the joists either by staples, screws or nails. The bracket has a half-inch lip around the speaker opening that needs to be aimed upwards into the ceiling. Once secured, the ceiling tile is then cut using the bracket as a guideline. Although not a required accessory when you purchase one of our ceiling speakers, new construction brackets provide additional support and allow you to determine the exact speaker placement and provide a template to cut the mounting hole.


Cut-Out Hole Diameter: 9.8"

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

5 Questions & 6 Answers
Haisam
from Washington, District of Columbia asked:
February 15, 2012
How does one use these brackets?
1 Answers
Hi Hi Haisam, These are referred to as new construction brackets only to be utilized before the drywall or ceiling tiles have been installed. It acts as a guideline for exact placement of the respective in-wall or in-ceiling speaker. It also provides additional support for the speaker once permanently mounted. It is not mandatory that you use these brackets since all our in-wall and in-ceiling speakers feature a dog-ear mounting system as part of the design. This is important since a greater percentage of our sales are for retrofit versus new construction. TL/MA
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on February 16, 2012

Tom Nguyen
from California asked:
September 5, 2017
I have Yamaha 6.5 in-ceiling speaker :Yamaha NS-IW280CWH , what bracket should I use? (it seems like the cut out for this 6.5 Yamaha is 9-7/16). Please help to choose the right bracket for Yamaha NS-IW280CWH. Thank you
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Hi Tom: These are the specs for your Yamaha 6.5" DVC with specs closer to an 8 inch in-ceiling speaker. Mounting dimensions: 9-7/16" W x 4-13/16" D • Overall dimensions: 10-9/32" W x 5-1/16" D. The NCBC8 is a little larger than your actual opening but more than a 1/4" less than the outer dimensions of the frame of the speaker. So you would be covered. Good Luck TL/4553
Customer Service - Q&A
on September 21, 2017

Jim
from Austin, TX asked:
October 9, 2014
What is the difference between this bracket (NCBC8-K) and the NCCB8 bracket?
1 Answers
The NCBC8-K has a larger diameter than the NCCB8.
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on October 10, 2014

Bryan
from Corona, CA asked:
August 24, 2014
The description states that the lip must be aimed upwards through the ceiling while the diagram shows the lip being aimed downward through the drywall! Which method is correct for proper installation?
1 Answers
Hi Bryan, You want the lip to rest on the top of the drywall so it doesn't fall through.
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on August 26, 2014

Haisam
from Washington, District of Columbia asked:
February 17, 2012
Do you have detailed instructions on how to use these brackets? A video perhaps?
2 Answers
Haisam, You would place the bracket with the lip towards the inside of the ceiling, We do not have a video at this time, but i assure you installation is basic. CL
Customer Service - Q&A
on February 17, 2012
Hi Haisam: These are very easy to use. You line up the exact location of your speaker (making sure to run your speaker wire to the location) then secure the wings to the joists either by staples, screws or nails. There is a half inch lip around the speaker opening that needs to be aimed upwards into the ceiling. The ceiling tile is then cut using the bracket as a guideline. Once the tile is in place and the hole has been cut it is time to connect the speaker wire to the speaker then mount it in the hole. The speaker and grill are paintable which you should do before mounting if you intend to color match. The speaker is installed without the grill so you can access the four mounting screws. After tightening the speaker in place you are ready to go. Most YouTube Videos deal with installing a speaker after the ceiling or walls have been installed. The difference you will have a guideline to cut your hole to plus you will know there is nothing hidden in the ceiling that will get into your way. TL TL
Customer Service - Q&A
on February 17, 2012

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By Louder
Alabama
October 1, 2012
NCBC8-K
Great products!
ProsEasy To Use, Easy to setup