JBL MTC-14WG High-Humidity Grilles for Control 10 Series Ceiling Speakers (Pair, White)

JBL MTC-14WG High-Humidity Grilles for Control 10 Series Ceiling Speakers (Pair, White)
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$2/mo. with 0% interest for 24 mos.^
24 equal monthly payments required, offer ends Feb 13, 2021.

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JBL MTC-14WG Overview

The pair of white MTC-14WG High-Humidity Accessory Grilles from JBL allows the Control 10 Series 12C/T and 14C/T Ceiling Speakers to be used in environments with high humidity. The aluminum alloy material does not rust and the durable powder-coated finish prevents pitting that could otherwise occur with raw unfinished aluminum. The white polyester finish matches the look of the speaker.

The grille installs in place of the one that comes with the speaker and can be attached by press-fitting it directly onto the speaker (pressing closer to the edges is recommended so as not to dent the grille due to too much pressure at one location). A scrim is glued to the back of the grille to help break up driving precipitation that might reach the speakers.

For painting, do not remove the backing or painting. Paint the grilles lightly enough to color the grille without clogging the grille backing.
For use with Control 12C/T and 14C/T Ceiling Speakers
These grilles do not fit the Control 24C or 24CT speakers.
Non-rusting aluminum construction for protection and color-matched polyester powder-coated satin finish for aesthetic appearance
Allows speakers to be used in high-humidity applications and in some protected/covered outdoor areas
RAL9010 white
UPC: 691991300264

JBL MTC-14WG Specs

Compatible WithControl 12C/T and 14C/T Ceiling Speakers
MaterialAluminum 1060 alloy
AttachmentGrille Attachment for Baffle: Press fit
Dimensions (Ø x D)6.20 x 0.95" (157.48 x 24.13 mm)
Weight0.06 lb (0.03 kg) each
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