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OSD Audio ICE840 8" Fiber Glass Woofer w/Butyl Rubber Surrounds and 1" Titanium Tweeter 175W In-Ceiling Loud Speakers Pair White Standard Frame

Product code: OSD-ICE840

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Features & Specifications

For rooms larger than 140 sq. ft., an 8" in-ceiling speaker is an excellent choice. These high-powered models are built to fill larger spaces and include high fidelity components. The Pro Series is perfect for customers who expect excellent sound but want to watch their budgets. Sold in pairs, the Pro ICE840 in-ceiling speakers can be installed in home theaters and the low price tag allows many of our customers to install these in-ceiling speakers throughout the house. The 8” cone delivers excellent frequency response (i.e., the range of musical tones a speaker can produce); plus, bass response or the ability to crank out low notes, is superb.

Enjoy High-end audio at an Amazing Price
Other features of the ICE840 found on competing speakers costing twice, even three times more include a polypropylene woofer with rubber surround and pivoting 1” adjustable silk tweeter for very smooth vocals. This in-ceiling speaker performs brilliantly in large spaces and also includes a gold-plated compression posts, a sophisticated crossover for clear channel separation and a heavy magnet to improve bass and sensitivity. Take a look at the reviews. We sell a lot of in-ceiling speakers and are able to offer these speakers at a price you won't find anywhere else.

What do dog ear brackets do?
Customers typically purchase OSD Audio ceiling speakers for new construction or retrofit. In new construction, studs or joists are exposed and sheet rock or ceiling tiles have not been installed. Retrofit refers to speakers installed into existing rooms. In retrofit construction, customers will use the dog ear clamps (sometimes referred to as retrofit brackets) that are included in the frames of all OSD Audio ceiling speakers. Once you are ready to install the speakers, after the ceiling has been installed and your hole has been cut, remove the grill so you have access to the four mounting screws that activate the dog ears. In new construction, a mounting bracket is often used although it is not required when you purchase our ceiling speakers. The two advantages for using brackets are: 1) you can determine the exact placement of the speaker while providing a template to cut the mounting hole; and 2) mounting brackets provide additional support. If you do not want to use mounting brackets, you can you can put up the drywall or ceiling, cut the hole and use the dog ear clamps to secure the speakers. (Note: the dog ears are also used in conjunction with the new construction brackets.)


For a retrofit installation, no construction bracket is needed.  

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Every aspect of OSD Pro Series Speaker design starts with hardcore research. Built from the ground up, OSD products offer the most thought out, totally dialed in sound while providing year after year of sonic excellence! OSD Pro is our middle range product offerings from an excellent manufacturer.

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

6 Questions & 6 Answers
Geoffrey
from Lehi, UT asked:
October 27, 2017
This may appear to be a basic question, but how do you remove the grills? All the speakers I ordered came with the grills pre-installed and the none of the instructions that came with the speakers provided any instruction on removing the grills. Thanks.
1 Answer
Hi Geoffrey: Most of the speakers are shipped with a dedicated grill pulling tool that looks like a paper clip that has been stretched out to form a ring on ones ens and a small 90 degree bend at the other. The bend fits into the holes of the grill allowing you to pull the grill away from the frame. Another way to remove the grill is to take the speaker in your two hands and alternate your hands back and forth. You will note the grill will flex enough to allow you to slowly push the grill out from the slot around the speaker. Just do it slowly side to side. TL/4613
Customer Service - Q&A
on October 29, 2017

Joe
from Az asked:
September 27, 2017
Is 175 watts the max power per speaker or the rms power per speaker?
1 Answer
Hi Joe: I am thinking to be on the safe side these are 125 watts RMS with peak of 175 per channel (each speaker). TL/4567
Customer Service - Q&A
on October 3, 2017

Nick
from Idaho Falls, Idaho asked:
November 7, 2016
For New Construction would I need to use a box to place the speaker in if it will be in a ceiling that will have blown in insulation placed after the drywall is finished?
1 Answer
HI Nick: It would be a good idea to build an enclosure for each speaker especially if you have the access during pre construction phase. You might also want to utilize our New Construction bracket, the NCCB8. This will help make sure to line up the speaker with your enclosure. The enclosure can consist of a back board and two sides. I am thinking about 12"x 17" for the backboard. Maybe use a little Silicon to seal the enclosure. You will also be able to tune it by adding fiber fill (like the material they sell for pillows at a craft store). The fill will make the speaker think it is in a larger enclosure. Typically in-ceiling speakers with open back feature a woofer that works in an infinite baffle so it adapts to whatever size enclosure it is installed in. Your application is more for protection of the back of the driver. Good luck TL/4117
Customer Service - Q&A
on November 10, 2016

Quincy
from Louisiana asked:
March 9, 2016
Can these be used outside under a patio? The patio is covered and water is not an issue. Just curious because it does get hot and humid during the summer time.
1 Answer
Hi Quincy: Yes, you can mount these under a covered patio. You will want to use a little silicone around the back of the frame to help seal them to the edges of the cutout hole. Good Luck TL/3746
Customer Service - Q&A
on March 10, 2016

Preston
from Ness Kansas asked:
May 13, 2013
what size of receiver is needed for these speakers. I will only be using these two speakers for the receiver
1 Answer
Hi Preston, A basic receiver with a 100-watts per channel like the Sherwood RX4105 would drive a pair of ICE840s very nicely. CL/MA 1892
Customer Service - Q&A
on May 18, 2013

Scott
from Houston asked:
November 30, 2012
Are these suitable for installation in the ceiling of an outdoor patio near a pool?
1 Answer
Hi Scott, You can install the ICE840s in a covered patio. During installation, we recommend using a ring of silicone around the trim that goes against the wall; this prevents water from getting behind the speaker. CL/MA 1432
Customer Service - Q&A
on November 30, 2012

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