Ohm CL-1T Ceiling Speakers

Ohm CL-1T Ceiling Speakers from £POA

Ohm CL-1T Ceiling SpeakersThe Ohm CL-1T ceiling speakers are full range and offer excellent ‘hi-fi ’ quality sound reproduction, together with an extended low frequency response, all delivered from a neutral white housing with powder coated steel grill. Installation is achieved quickly and elegantly using a simple quick mount system.

5.25” 8Ω or 100V line flush mounted ceiling speaker for installation applications.

These discreet units are ideal for public building areas where intelligibility and musicality are required without aesthetic intrusion.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions or would like to buy Ohm Ceiling Speakers or any other product from the Ohm Range.

Features of the Ohm CL-1T Ceiling Speakers:

  • Discreet elegant lines, minimal physical intrusion from ceiling when installed.
  • Installation and maintenance made simple through use of the integral ceiling bracketry.
  • Made from durable ABS materials.

Ohm CL-1T Technical Specifications

Click on the icon to download the Ohm CL-1T product data sheet.

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