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Klipsch 1001183

ME-650-C Speaker Enclosure


The ME-650-C fire-rated speaker enclosure allows installers to meet building codes as well as diminish the undesirable transfer of sound from one room to the other.

  • Designed for in-ceiling speakers with 6.5-inch woofers
  • Manufactured from high-grade cold-rolled steel
  • Exceeds the one-hour fire-rating requirements
  • Fits 16- or 24-inch stud spans

Designed to fit all Reference Series in-ceiling speakers with 6.5-inch woofers (except for the square models) the ME-650-C allows residential contractors to meet building codes as well as diminish the undesirable transfer of sound from one room to the other.

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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