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Crestron Saros In-Ceiling Speakers

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Crestron's new Saros family of in-ceiling speakers delivers excellent speech intelligibility and full, rich music sound at a price that's easy on the budget. Available in your choice 4-inch, 6.5-inch, and 8-inch diameter, Saros is smartly designed for efficient installation.

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Built for multi-purpose use in an assortment of acoustical environments, Saros speakers are ideal in boardrooms, classrooms, restaurants, night clubs, retail spaces, houses of worship, and convention facilities. Featuring high-performance components such as 1-inch horn-loaded titanium dome tweeters, high-efficiency damped cone woofers, and precisely tuned crossovers, Saros 2-way speakers deliver abundant, crisp audio while handling 125 watts at 8 ohms.

Frameless, zero-bezel grills adhere to the speaker enclosure magnetically, achieving a contemporary minimalist appearance in any décor. Offering even greater installation flexibility, the built-in 60 watt multi-tap transformer allows for use with 70 and 100 volt distributed speaker systems.

Saros is part of the complete line of Crestron speakers, which also includes Excite, Aspire, Essence, and Air speaker lines.


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