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Pyle PDIC60 6.5 Inch 250 Watt

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INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing this PYLE in-wall/in-ceiling speaker system. It is a state-of-the-art product carefully designed and manufactured for your installation needs, and has been thoroughly tested to ensure consistent and reliable performance.
If you have any question about the installation or operation of your PYLE
in-ceiling speaker system which are not answered by this manual, contact your dealer immediately.

INCLUDED

IN-CEILING SPEAKERS

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SPEAKER PLACEMENT

FRONT SPEAKERS

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INSTALLATION

The in-wall/in-ceiling speakers were designed to be easily installed. However, if you are unsure of your ability to properly install these loudspeakers please contact your dealer or a qualified installer. please contact your dealer or a qualified installer.

TOOLS NEEDED

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TROUBLESHOOTING

IF THERE IS NO SOUND FROM ANY OF THE SPEAKERS:

  • Check that receiver/amplifier is on and a source is playing.
  • Check all wires and connections between receiver amplifier and speakers. Make sure all wires are connected. Make sure none of the speaker wires are frayed, cut, punctured or touching each other.
  • Review proper operation of your receiver/amplifier.

IF THERE IS NO SOUND COMING FROM ONE SPEAKER:

  • Check the “Balance” control on your receiver/amplifier.
  • Check all wires and connections between receiver/amplifier and speakers. Make sure all wires are connected. Make sure none of the speaker wires are frayed, cut, punctured or touching each other.

IF THERE IS LOW (OR NO) BASS OUTPUT:

  • Make sure the connections to the left and right “Speaker Inputs· have the correct polarity{+ and-).
  • Consider adding a powered subwoofer to your system.
  • In Dolby Digital Of DTS modes. make sure your receiver/processor is correctly configured. When using a subwoofer, make sure the subwoofer output of the receiver/ processor has been enabled. If no subwoofer is being used, make sure the left and nght front and rear speakers have been configured as “LARGE.” See your receiver/processor’s owner”s manual for futner information on correct speaker configuration in Dolby Digital, DTS and other surround sound modes.

IF THE SYSTEM PLAYS AT LOW VOLUMES BUT SHUTS OFF AS VOLUME IS INCREASED:

  • Check all wires and connections between receiver/amplifier and speakers. Make sure all wires are connected. Make sure none of the speaker wires are frayed. cut, punctured or touching each other.
  • If more than one pair of main speakers is being used, check the minimum impedance requirements of your receiver/amplifier.’

WIRING DIAGRAM

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REAR SPEAKERS

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IN-CEILING

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Proper placement of the speakers is an important step in obtaining the most realistic soundstage possible. These recommendations are for the optimum placement of the loudspeakers. Use these placement recommendations as a guide. Slight variations will not diminish your listening pleasure. The front speakers should be placed the same distance from each’ other as they are from the listening position. They should be placed at about the same height from the floor as the listener’s ears will be, with the tweeters aimed toward the listener at ear-level height. In a home theater configuration, the two surround speakers should be placed slightly behind the listening position and ideally should face each other and be at a level higher than the listener’s ears. If that is not possible, they may be placed in a wall (or in the ceiling) behind the listening position, facing forward. The surround speakers should not call attention to themselves. They should provide a diffuse, ambient sound accompanying the main program material heard in the front speakers. In Dolby Digital and DTS systems, aim the tweeters toward the listening position at ear-level height.

SPEAKER CONNECTIONNS

CONNECTION TIPS

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The wires for both speakers should be the same length. If one speaker is placed closer to the amplifier than the other, hide the excess wire behind the wall. Speakers and electronics terminals have corresponding (+) and (-) terminals. We use red to denote the (+) terminal and black for the (-) terminal. It is important to connect both speakers identically: (+) on the speaker to (+) on the amplifier and -) on the speaker to (-) on the amplifier. Wiring “out of phase” results in thin sound, weak bass and a poor stereo image. With the advent of multi-channel surround sound systems, connecting all of the speakers in your system with the correct polarity remains equally important in order to preserve the proper ambience and directionality of the program material.

EXISTING CONSTRUCTION

IN-CEILING SPEAKERS

  1. Cut the drywall.
    Note: Always allow at least one-half inch between a wall stud and the speaker cutout the locking tabs will not be able to swivel into place.
  2. Connect the speaker wires to the speaker.
  3. Place the frame assembly in the wall.Pyle-PDIC81RDBK-8-Inches-Ceiling-Wall-Mount-Speakers-fig-8
  4. Screw down each of the four Phillips head screws. The locking tabs will swivel into place and secure the unit to the rear surface of the drywall. Put in the strips of adhesive to secure the grille. The in-celing speakers feature unique swivel mounts for the tweeters that enable you to aim the very directional high frequencies toward the listening position, at ear-level height. Before installing the speaker grile, gently press on the outer edge of the tweeter mount to adjust the position of the tweeter. The tweeter will not swivel more than 15 degrees in any direction; do not attempt to force it to move further.Pyle-PDIC81RDBK-8-Inches-Ceiling-Wall-Mount-Speakers-fig-9
  5. Replace the metal grille.Pyle-PDIC81RDBK-8-Inches-Ceiling-Wall-Mount-Speakers-fig-10
  6. After installing the speaker grille, gently press on the mesh of the tweeter to adjust the position of the tweeter.Pyle-PDIC81RDBK-8-Inches-Ceiling-Wall-Mount-Speakers-fig-11

DIMENSION

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I connect Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers to an amplifier?

For the wires, drill a hole. Shut off the breaker after making sure the amplifier is unplugged. Connect the wiring. Start attaching the wires to the speaker terminals in the ceiling. Connect the other end of the wires to the amplifier’s terminals. Try it out by turning on your breaker.

Do the Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers require a power source?

No, ceiling speakers typically operate as passive speakers, which means that, because they lack built-in amplifiers, they are powered by speaker wires connected to an external amplifier. Each ceiling speaker is connected to the amplifier using the binding posts.

Can I use my Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers with my TV?

Every TV will be equipped with an audio output. It will most likely be a digital optical output for the time being. You can listen to TV sound through your ceiling speaker system by running an analogue cable from your TV to the amplifier and switching to line output on your TV.

Does the sound coming from the Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers sound good?

In reality, playing music over ceiling speakers is a terrific idea. They can make you feel like you’re at a concert hall or live performance by completely enveloping you in surround sound.

Can surround sound be used with Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers?

If you want a home theatre experience with a more immersive audio experience, ceiling speakers are a terrific addition. Even though they have to be made specifically for ceilings, they are a terrific addition to a surround sound system.

Are Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers powered?

Installing passive speakers on walls and ceilings is common. They are not required to be hooked into a power source as a result. They only require a connection to a receiver or amplifier that has a power supply to operate.

Can I use Pyle PDIC60 in-ceiling speakers with Dolby Atmos?

The majority of ceiling speakers work with Atmos. If you are creating your home theatre, the majority of speaker options, including those for the ceiling, will be compatible with Dolby Atmos; however, some of the older models might not be able to support this surround sound application.

Can you put ceiling speakers in a wall, like the Pyle PDIC60?

In-wall speakers can be replaced with in-ceiling speakers, and the sound they produce is very comparable. The size difference will be the most obvious. Typically, in-wall speakers are bigger than in-ceiling speakers.

For back surround, the Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers are appropriate, right?

If your amplifier can handle surround sound, then the answer is without a doubt yes.

How can I connect a receiver to a pair of Pyle Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers?

Turn off each and every light. Organize your cables. Cut the wires’ ends off. View the speaker wiring schematic. Connect your wires to the appropriate sockets as soon as they arrive. The sockets are protected with cable locks.

With Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers, is it possible to watch TV?

Every TV will be equipped with an audio output. It will most likely be a digital optical output for the time being. You can listen to TV sound through your ceiling speaker system by running an analogue cable from your TV to the amplifier and switching to line output on your TV.

Does the sound coming from the Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers sound good?

In reality, playing music over ceiling speakers is a terrific idea. They can make you feel like you’re at a concert hall or live performance by completely enveloping you in surround sound.

What in-ceiling speakers are superior to the Pyle PDIC60?

As a result, in-wall speakers usually have superior quality and power than in-ceiling speakers. When in-wall speakers are installed in multiple walls of a room or another area, they can add more sound dimensions than just a downward-firing one.

Are Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers subwoofer-required?

Even if ceiling speakers can handle all of the frequencies, a subwoofer will be helpful in handling the bass and low-end ones. Additionally, it significantly improves the overall sound quality of your sound system.

How do in Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers get power?

No, ceiling speakers typically operate as passive speakers, which means that, because they lack built-in amplifiers, they are powered by speaker wires connected to an external amplifier. Each ceiling speaker is connected to the amplifier using the binding posts.

Can you put ceiling speakers in a wall, like the Pyle PDIC81RDBK?

In-wall speakers can be replaced with in-ceiling speakers, and the sound they produce is very comparable. The size difference will be the most obvious. Typically, in-wall speakers are bigger than in-ceiling speakers.

What are the workings of the Pyle PDIC60 Bluetooth ceiling speakers?

Wirelessly controlling Bluetooth ceiling speakers is usually done with a smartphone or other internet-enabled device. The Bluetooth chip in the speaker will pick up the content from the smartphone and play it through the speaker.

Does the Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speaker system have bass?

There is never a bass response point and a background sound field with in-ceiling speakers. For the environment, they were created.

How are the Pyle PDIC60 ceiling speakers measured?

Take your measurements in inches for the speaker using a ruler or a tape measure. The biggest portion of the cone should face upward while your speaker is standing upright. Measure the distance between the mounting frame’s two edges at the speaker’s widest point. So that you won’t forget the measurement later, write it down.

Can I utilize ceiling speakers for surround sound, such as the Pyle PDIC60?

If your amplifier can handle surround sound, then the answer is without a doubt yes.

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