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OWNER’S MANUAL — Please read before using this equipment.
Your RadioShack 6
-Inch Stereo Ceiling
Speaker features two cross-overs, a 6
inch dual voice coil woofer for rich lows, and
-inch tweeters for crisp highs. The
speaker can be connected to work in either
mono or stereo configurations. The angled
tweeter array provides optimum stereo
separation and gives you stereo sound from
just one speaker. Your speaker can handle
up to 80 watts of music power. The wing-type
mounting system makes it easy to mount
your speaker flush with a ceiling or wall,
making it ideal for unobtrusive use in a
surround-sound system. The frame and grille
can also be painted to match the room’s
To mount your speaker, you need the
following items (not supplied, available at
your local RadioShack or online at
• drywall or keyhole saw
• wire stripper
• Phillips screwdriver
• pencil or marker
• 18–20 gauge speaker wire
1. Be sure the mounting surface is between
inch and 1
inch thick, with at least a
-inch clearance behind the mounting
surface and no wall studs or other
objects to block the back of the speaker.
2. Remove the inner cardboard disc from
the supplied template/paint mask and
keep it for later. Use the outer portion as
a template to mark the cutout hole size
and location for mounting the speaker.
3. Use a drywall or keyhole saw to cut the
If you choose to paint the frame and grille,
paint them and let them dry before you
connect the speaker wire or mount the
To remove the grille for painting, insert a
paper clip into one of the grille openings, then
pull up. Or, you can carefully twist the plastic
frame back and forth until the grille edge
becomes exposed, then lift the grille to
Carefully remove the dust cloth from behind
the grill and replace it after you are finished
You can also paint the frame to match your
wall or ceiling. To prevent paint from entering
the speaker, remove the grille and insert the
supplied cardboard paint mask. After the
paint is dry, remove the paint mask and
replace the grille.
Your local RadioShack store sells a wide
selection of speaker wire. We recommend
you use wire that is color-coded or marked on
one side to help you connect the wire
For a stereo configuration
, route two sets of
wires to the speaker from the receiver.
For a mono configuration
, route one set of
If an icon appears at the end of a paragraph, go
to the box on that page with the corresponding
icon for pertinent information.
. — Caution
± — Note
Be sure not to cut into any existing wiring or
hidden behind the wall.
Do not paint the speaker element. We
recommend you spray-paint
the grille so paint
does not block the holes.
• Avoid routing the speaker wire near electrical
• Do not nail or staple the speaker wire.