Larger than the A-615D, the A-815D in-ceiling stereo loudspeaker is one more solution offered by RBH for those special situations when great-quality stereo sound is needed in places that could never accommodate traditional, enclosed loudspeakers. Usable in both home cinema systems and in distributed audio networks, the RBH A-815D will provide with the same full, deep and rich sonic performance.
This speaker will consume little from your living room or hallway space and will make 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 an one-room home theater array.
The A-815D from RBH sports advanced technology for a sonic reproduction that raises well above that of most similar loudspeakers: the 8-inch graphite-loaded polymer 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 a hefty 50Hz LF response, low enough for a bass-rich experience in the absence of a dedicated subwoofer, while 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 the two tweeters running on 1-inch-diameter silk soft-domes and whose capabilities extend to the 20kHz upper cutoff point; it sports enhanced imaging and transparency with all your audio multimedia. These tweeters will offer you a sonic imaging with increased clarity, especially as they will deploy the data from both left and right channels, with better swivel-loaded mechanism for optimal directivity. The RBH A-615D blasts as much as 100W in 8 Ohms with 90dB; selling for around $200 each.