Russound’s Ratio Speakers Don’t Need Much Power to Perform
The line of in-ceiling and in-wall speakers in Russound's Ratio line are designed for low-power level electronics and systems with amplified volume controls.
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Russound’s RC61 in-ceiling speaker
November 07, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

We can’t all send enough power to our speakers to rock the house as though Eddie Van Halen was shredding in our living rooms. For those needing a lower-power speaker system that’s still highly efficient, Russound is now shipping its Radio speaker line of four models to fill that role.

The line includes three in-ceiling models and an in-wall speaker for use with low-powered electronics and systems that employ amplified volume controls. Here’s the rundown: the in-ceiling RC61 (MAP $150/pair) has a 6.5-inch woofer with a .5-inch tweeter for great room coverage and broad frequency response; the in-ceiling RC61S (MAP $125 each) also features a 6.5-inch woofer with a pair of .5-inch tweeters and is designed for single-point stereo applications. 

The RC81 (MAP $187.50/pair) is also for in-ceiling installations, in a compact, 8-inch form factor; and the in-wall RW691 (MAP $200/pair) rounds out the line with a 6 x 9-inch configuration for efficient performance.

Your ceilings will appreciate the makeover, too.

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

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