Pinnacle Serves Up a Ceilingful of Sound
Pinnacle's OC HT 1 on-ceiling speakers provide a space saving and aesthetic audio solution for your home theater.
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Pinnacle’s OC HT 1 ceiling speaker
October 26, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

Who wants big behemoth speakers disrupting their view of movies, TV shows and sports in their home theaters? OK, maybe several of you raised your hands on that one, but a lot of you these days are saying “not me” too.

In-ceiling and on-ceiling speakers are becoming hot commodities in home theater installations these days, thanks to their space saving and aesthetics features. Pinnacle’s new OC HT 1 on-ceiling speaker falls right into this desirable trend.

Its discrete circular cabinet design of varying depths helps deliver cleaner, more accurate bass response for those great action movies, while on-wall positioning at ear level will give you high-quality audio for music listening as well from the 1-inch silk dome tweeter and 5.25-inch polypropylene woofer.

The OC HT 1 is also a good choice if it’s not a new construction or if you’re an apartment or condo dweller tight on space.

Other features include 3-in-1 mounting bracket, high-gloss piano lacquer finish, both metal perforated and cloth grilles, built-in automatic overload protection circuit, and 10-year transferrable warranty on parts and labor.

MSRP is $349 each, or a 3-pack at $999.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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