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KLIPSCH R-5502-W II

The R-5502-W II in-wall left, center or right (LCR) speaker has what it takes to deliver compelling music and movie sound performances just as the artists and directors intended -- it simply does it without taking up any valuable floor or shelf space.

MSRP: $399.00

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Klipsch R-5502-W II In-Wall Speaker (Each)
SUMMARY
Brand: Klipsch
Summary: Klipsch R-5502-W II In-Wall Speaker (Each)
Category: IN-WALL-SPEAKER
Model: R-5502-W II
MPN: R-5502-W II
UPC: 743878023961
Description: The R-5502-W II in-wall left, center or right (LCR) speaker has what it takes to deliver compelling music and movie sound performances just as the artists and directors intended -- it simply does it without taking up any valuable floor or shelf space.
Series: Reference
Color: White
Retail: $399.00
FEATURES
Color: White
Power Range: 75W RMS / 300W Peak
Sensitivity: 92dB @ 2.83V / 1m
Frequency Response: 46Hz-20KHz ± 3dB
Video Shielded Cables: Yes
SPECIFICATIONS
Width: (inches)8.0
Height: (inches)17.8
Weight: (pounds)6.5
Depth: (inches)3.5
Link To Manufacturer Product Detail Page: http://www.klipsch.com/R-5502-W-II/details
Shipping Weight: (pounds)10.0
Shipping Height: (pounds)21.0
Shipping Width: (inches)11.0
Shipping Depth: (inches)6.0
Shipping Type: Non Freight

Details

Enclosure Type: ABS/Infinite baffle, front flush with wall
WARRANTY
Parts Warranty: Limited Lifetime
Labor Warranty : Limited Lifetime
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