All Concerta on-wall woofer, midrange and tweeter diaphragms are constructed of Micro Ceramic Composite (MCC), a new material created by anodizing both sides of an aluminum core. Anodizing both sides of an aluminum core adds strength and stiffness – but very little weight – to a material already well suited for use in transducer diaphragms.
With appropriate hardware, it’s possible to affix virtually any compact loudspeaker to a listening room wall, and manufacturers are free to promote any model of a certain size and weight as “wall-mountable.” But very few audio manufacturers have the facilities and expertise needed to determine just how their on-wall systems will sound when actually placed on or near a wall.
(±3dB) 110Hz – 21kHz
2-1/2-Way at 400Hz and 2.2kHz
High Frequency Driver Components
1" (25mm) tweeter with waveguide and Micro Ceramic Composite (MCC) dome
Low Frequency Extension
–3dB @ 110Hz –6dB @ 100Hz –10dB @ 80Hz4Hz
Mid-frequency Driver Components
Dual 3" (76mm) midrange transducers micro-ceramic composite (MCC) cone woofers
Low-frequency Driver Components
Dual 3" (7.5 cm) micro-ceramic composite (MCC) cone woofers
(2.83V @ 1m, 2π anechoic) 89 db