B&W CCM382 Details
B&W CCM382 Two Way, In-ceiling Loudspeaker: High Quality Audio, Everywhere!
The CCM382 is a two-way in-ceiling loudspeaker, balanced for wide-angle listening. It comes with a choice of round or square baffles, and like all the models in the CI 300 Series, the B&W CCM382 features an elegant minimal-width border design.
It features a 1 x 200mm (8 in) Polypropylene cone bass/midrange driver, and a 1 x 25mm (1in) soft dome tweeter.
All the models in the CI 300 Series are capable of offering great sound in high-humidity environments such as indoor swimming pools.
We are passionate about sound. We believe in a world where you can have the best possible speakers crafted from the finest materials and using the latest technology everywhere. The same is as true of custom installation as it is of audiophile hi-fi. That is unless the environment is one of high humidity, such as a sauna or indoor swimming pool, which are unsuited to some of the advanced materials we have employed.
The three models in the new CI 300 Series have been specifically designed to cope with these more demanding environments, so whereas their cost effectiveness may lead them to being described as entry level, they also provide a point of entry to areas of the home that were previously off-limits for high-quality installation loudspeakers.
|Sub Title||In-ceiling Loudspeaker (Single Speaker)|
|Manufacturer||Bowers & Wilkins|
|Special price displayed in cart only||N/A|
|Shipping Offer||AUTHORIZED DEALER - FULL WARRANTY - IN STORE ONLY|
- Model: CCM382
- Description: 2-way in-ceiling system
- Drive units: 1x 200mm (8in) Polypropylene cone bass/midrange, 1x 25mm (1in) soft dome tweeter
- Frequency Range (-6dB): 45Hz - 30kHz
- Sensitivity SPL (2.83V, 1m): 90dB
- Impedance Nominal (min): 8Ω (5.0Ω)
- Power Handling: 80W
- Pre-mount Kit: PMK C8
- Back Box : BB 6C
- Frame Diameter: 290mm (11.4 in)
- Cut-out diameter: 253mm (9.9in)
- Depth behind surface: 85mm (3.4in)
- Protrusion: 4mm (0.2in)
CCM382 Series speaker
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