When looking for serious audio quality at prices that are at least affordable, speakers like the RBH A-615 seem exceptional choices...and they actually are. Sporting carefully-engineered technology and crafted with the best materials, these loudspeakers are one great way to expand your sound system in multiple rooms, or for sending pristine audio quality across wide areas, in distributed sound systems.
These in-ceiling speakers come with a paintable front cloth grille and frame, allowing you to endlessly vary the way your speakers integrate with the home décor; paint them in the same color as the wall and make them disappear or unleash your creative side and experiment nifty contrasts. No space taken from your living room and no wiring-fuss, it's all as simple as that; even more, you can freely use them for spreading the sound across larger areas such as hallways and multiple rooms, as well as have them complement a one-room home theater array.
The A-615 from RBH sports advanced technology for a sonic reproduction that raises well above that of most similar loudspeakers: the 6.5” graphite-loaded cone of the woofer offers a strong and rigid structure for minimal breakup and distortions while being also light and easily driven by the powerful magnet motors. The LF response goes down to 55Hz, for perfect bass with no additional subwoofer; the midrange reproduced by this speaker still retains clarity and presence for neat sound of vocal parts in music tracks or in-movie dialogs.
The upper part of the audio spectrum is covered for by a 1-inch tweeter running on a silk soft-dome and whose capabilities extend to the 20kHz upper cutoff point; it sports enhanced imaging and transparency with all your audio multimedia. This HF unit is loaded in a swivel for better directivity and will allow for a better setup in your room, offering a focused and pinpoint-accurate imaging. The RBH A-615 blasts as much as 80W in 8 Ohms with 90dB; selling for around $240 a pair.