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Atlas Sound Introduces DT Series Drop Tile Ceiling Speakers
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New drop tile ceiling speakers are designed to be easy for integrators to install as the speaker, tile, and back can ship as one complete unit.

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Atlas Sound is proud to announce the release of three new drop tile ceiling speaker packages, the DT22, DT21, and DT6. Each package is designed to be easy for integrators to install as the speaker, tile, and back can ship as one complete unit.

The DT22 is an 8-inch speaker with 25V/70.7V transformer preassembled with 2’ x 2’ ceiling tile. The DT22 uses a proven Atlas Sound 8-inch speaker design to deliver exceptional intelligibility and convenience. The unit features 105-degree dispersion and works with standard 2’ x 4’ ceiling tiles. The DT21 uses the same design as the DT22 but with a 1’ x 2’  ceiling tile assembly.

The DT6 is a high efficiency, 3-inch speaker with integrated 25V/70.7V transformer with a 6” x 2’ ceiling tile. This unit features 130-degree dispersion and does fit select Armstrong brand ceilings. All of the DT models include all hardware for mounting. All ceiling tile components are constructed using durable cold rolled steel and finished in white epoxy.

“We have had a 1’ x 2’ speaker package available for a number of years but our integrators have started asking us for other, all in one options and these new speakers are the answer”, said Senior Vice President of Sales John Ivey. “These speakers offer excellent sound quality and dispersion in a package that is priced right and that integrators can be successful using. Speakers are Atlas’ business and these are another way we are proving it to our customers that we have the solutions they need for the jobs they are doing.”

See all of the new products from Atlas Sound and the Mitek Communications Group at the InfoComm Expo in Las Vegas, NV June 18th-20th, 2014 in booth #C10508.

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