Wide Range Weatherproof Speaker - 6W

Wide Range Weatherproof Speaker - 6W

Wide Range Weatherproof Speaker - 6W

CS-64

The CS-64 outdoor speaker features stainless steel hardware for all-weather durability. It is designed to offer the high intelligibility of weather-resistant horns combined with the high sound quality of dynamic speakers. The CS-64 employs the rotary switch that facilitates impedance changes.

SPV Software and EASE Data

IP certification

Rated Input 6 W
Rated Impedance 100 V line: 1.7 kΩ (6 W), 3.3 kΩ (3 W), 10 kΩ (1 W)
70 V line: 830 Ω (6 W), 1.7 kΩ (3 W), 3.3 kΩ (1.5 W), 10 kΩ (0.5 W)
Sensitivity 96 dB (1 W, 1 m)
Frequency Response 130 - 13,000 Hz
Speaker Component 12 cm cone-type (treated for splash proof)
Speaker Cord 2-core cabtyre cord with diameter of 6 mm
Temperature Range -20℃ to +55℃
Finish Horn, cover: ABS resin, off-white, paint
Bracket: Stainless steel
Panched net: Surface treated steel plate, dark-gray, powder coating
Screw: Stainless steel
Dimensions 233 (W) × 224 (H) × 208 (D) mm
Weight 1.5 kg

TOA CS SERIES WIDE-RANGE PAGING SPEAKERS are ideal for indoor and outdoor commercial sound system applications for voice paging, background music and tone signaling distribution. Compared to traditional metal paging horns, CS Series speakers offer wider frequency range and superior sound quality. CS Series models include the CS-64/U (6 W), CS-154/U (15 W) and CS-304/U (30 W). Each includes a built-in 70.7V/100 V transformer with screwdriver-adjustable power taps. All CS models are fully weather-resistant to withstand demanding environmental conditions with a sealed enclosure, full-range moisture-resistant cone speaker, stainless-steel mounting hardware and a protective mesh grille. The enclosure is also coated with polyurethane resin paint to resist the fading effects of prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light. The CS Series Wide-Range Paging Speakers are backed with a five year warranty. Also see the new SC Series Paging Horn Speakers.

* Note: For outdoor installation, it is recommended that they are installed under roofs, eaves, or in other locations not directly exposed to rain or snow.

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