CCM664 In-Ceiling Speaker
CCM664 In-Ceiling Speaker
CCM664 In-Ceiling Speaker
CCM664 In-Ceiling Speaker
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CCM664 In-Ceiling Speaker

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Bowers & Wilkins

CCM664 In-Ceiling Speaker

 

See nothing, hear everything

The CCM664 is a ceiling speaker distinguished by its adjustable tilt offset 25mm (1in) soft dome tweeter. It brings both a smoother and more detailed high frequency performance to a package that also includes a woven glass fibre150mm (6in) bass/midrange driver and three-position EQ switch for a better off-axis response. CCM664 is a classically simple and cost effective route to high quality ceiling mount sound and is simple and quick to install.


Description 2-way in-ceiling system
Drive Units

1x ø25mm (1in) soft dome tweeter
1x ø150mm (6in) black glassfibre cone bass/midrange

Frequency Range (-6dB)

45Hz – 35kHz

Recommended Amp Power

25 – 130w

Sensitivity SPL (2.83V, 1m)

87dB


Impedance Nominal (min)

8Ω (4.5Ω)

Frame diameter

 

240mm (9.5in)

Cut-out diameter

202mm (8in)

Depth behind surface

133mm (5.2in)

Protrusion

4mm (0.2in)

Pre-mount Kit

C8

Back Box

6C

 

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