Polk Audio PB 60

Pre-construction brackets for
RC60i and RC6s in-ceiling speakers

  • Polk Audio PB 60



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These pre-construction brackets are designed to hold either Polk's RC60i or RC6s in-ceiling speakers. Use the included wings to attach the bracket to ceiling joists before the drywall goes up. Polk provides brackets, gaskets, and all the hardware you'll need to do a quick and easy installation.

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  • 2 RCi Series plastic speaker frames
  • 4 Plastic wings
  • Eight 1-1/4" Sheetrock mounting screws

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Overview: The Polk PB60s are pre-construction brackets for the Polk RC6S and RC60i in-ceiling speakers. The included wings mount to the supplied speaker bracket and to the ceiling mounts, giving you a sturdy mount to install the speakers. Each bracket requires a cutout in the drywall with the following diameter: 7.847".

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1 out of 5

Polk Audio PB speaker bracket

Written By cap, La. on Sunday, August 17, 2014
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Overpriced for what it is. Don't know why I even need it. Am build a new home and this bracket is suggested for new construction. However when I look at the bracket and the speaker intended to mount in it, the need for a bracket is not there. The speaker will install in sheetrock.
maybe for a non sheetrock and non-solid ceiling it would work
Grossly overpriced
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4 out of 5

Audrey McIntosh-Oree

Written By Audrey, Southfield, MI on Tuesday, July 01, 2014
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Very good product, very sturdy.
Offers excellent support
May need a professional to install.
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5 out of 5

polk PB60

Written By john a, fenwick,de on Sunday, March 09, 2014
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excellent support for outdoor vinyl ceiling , product give the speakers solid housing to install and not sag.
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2 out of 5

Cheap plastic, expensive price tag

Written By J.B., Salt Lake City, UT on Monday, April 01, 2013
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For the price this is defiantly not worth it. These couldn't have cost more than $1 to manufacture. The plastic is flimsy and you must be very delicate. I'd recommend only buying these if you have an area where you don't want to cut around post-construction (i.e. aluminum siding). If installing in sheetrock don't bother buying these, instead install a $2 gang box that can be cut out afterwards.
Gets the job done, if you don't break them in the process.
The plastic is easy to break. Most expensive plastic I have ever bought.
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Polk Audio PB 60

Written By Anonymous, Brewtown, Wi on Wednesday, February 08, 2012
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Even though I am doing a remodel and the room is down to the studs, I returned the product because it's really not needed due to the design of the speakers themselves. Also, I can find better things to spend for the price.
2 out of 2 people found this helpful
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Written By Jack, Greenville SC on Monday, February 22, 2010
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Based on the photos and price I was expecting metal brackets. This will be my first in wall speaker installation. I was disappointed to get a plastic bracket. I installed the plastic bracket myself, prior to the sheetrock, in a custom built house. The sheetrockers followed me and cut the opening for the speakers beautifully. I have not ordered the speakers yet so, I don't know if the installation will be so simplified by the brackets that I will be glad I spent the money but at this time, this much money for a pair of plastic rings with plastic mounting straps and 4 screws to guide sheetrockers seems a bit high and I am disappointed.
6 out of 7 people found this helpful
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Polk Audio PB 60

Written By michael, Kentucky on Friday, October 17, 2008
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The product doesn't seem worth the money. Very flimsy. One of the brackets broke while hanging drywall. Need something more stable.
12 out of 13 people found this helpful
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