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The black TCS62 Athens Arrayable 2-Way 6.5" Full-Range Loudspeaker from Turbo Sound is a 700W high-performance dual-6.5" loudspeaker system designed for a wide range of speech and music sound-reinforcement applications. Engineered to work in conjunction with Turbosound loudspeaker management systems, it provides optimal optimal infill, front, and downfill performance. The compact size makes it an exceptional choice for under-balcony and monitoring applications.
Finished in a durable semi-matte black paint, the cabinet is constructed from 12mm birch plywood and is constructed with a rugged powder-coated perforated-steel mesh grille backed with reticulated foam. Internal M8 and M6 threaded rigging points are provided for suspension in any orientation, or mounting with dedicated brackets (available separately). The rear-panel connector plate carries Neutrik speakON NL4 and barrier-strip connectors for input and link connections to additional enclosures.
Arrayable 2-way full-range loudspeaker for installation applications
175W continuous power, 700W peak power
Carbon-fiber loaded 6.5 low-frequency driver with low-mass coil for improved transient response
Aluminum dome 1" neodymium-motor compression driver
Rotatable converging elliptical waveguide provides 100 x 60° (H x V) dispersion
Multiple array configurations for extended coverage