James Offers SA Series

June 22, 2012
James Loudspeaker has introduced its SA (Small-Aperture) series of in-ceiling and in-wall audio systems pack 38 Hz into a three-inch aperture. The system is a true full range, three-way design with a 0.75-inch titanium dome tweeter, 2-inch titanium midrange driver, and a 6.5-inch Mini PowerPipe subwoofer–all concentrically mounted.
 
James Loudspeaker's SA Series speaker
 
The grille configuration has industry-standard mounting and accepts high-end lighting trim kits to allow the speaker to match lighting fixtures in the same installation. The flagship 63SA-7 is ordered in two parts; the preconstruction kit is the PowerPipe subwoofer and is installed before drywall is installed. After the construction is completed, the tweeter/mid module is connected and installed into the three-inch opening and the selected grille/trim kit added to complete the installation.
 
Other models include the 63SA-4 for four-inch wall installations and an 81SA-4 10-inch subwoofer. 

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