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Concertone M1

6" coaxial speaker for RV exteriors

2 Reviews | 1 question - 8 answers

Item #: 804M1

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Original Price: $29.99

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Overview

Our take on the Concertone M1

Looking to enjoy great music outside of your R/V? Concertone's M1 speaker comes with a 6" coaxial speaker rated for 35 watts built into a rugged enclosure. The water-resistant polypropylene woofer and tweeter eliminate any worries about getting your speaker wet. Exposure to constant sunlight isn't an issue either, thanks to special UV plastic used to make the angled housing. Just mount a pair of M1 speakers on your RV's exterior, wire it up to an amp, and get ready to party in the great outdoors. Priced per speaker.

This seems to be a great product for the money. The fit and finish of these speakers is very nice and seem to be a bargain at $29.99/ea. msrp. I am very happy with these.

t grytza, Huntley, IL

What's in the Box:

  • One FR-M1 speaker

Product Highlights:

  • single 6" speaker in plastic housing
  • poly woofer with cloth surround
  • PEI tweeter
  • frequency response 75-20,000 Hz
  • recommended power 35 watts RMS
  • 50 watts peak power handling
  • sensitivity 86 dB
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
Reviews

Concertone M1 Reviews

Average Customer Review:

2 Reviews

Concertone M1

Written by: Lotzoftime2 from Rocklin, CA on March 20, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Easy to install, good quality, fast delivery and excellent customer service... GREAT price. A VERY easy transaction and the speakers arrived right on time despite an e-mail saying they may be delayed due to bad weather on the east coast... Thanks, Crutchfield! I will DEFINITELY look here first for my audio needs!

Pros: Good quality Easy to install Sound great

Cons: No instructions included, but easy to install if you're even remotely mechanically inclined...

Excellent Product

Written by: t grytza from Huntley, IL on June 24, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This seems to be a great product for the money. The fit and finish of these speakers is very nice and seem to be a bargain at $29.99/ea. msrp. I am very happy with these.

Pros: Sound very good, look very good, priced right.

Cons: None.

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Features

Overview: The Concertone M1 is a weather-resistant coaxial speaker designed to mount on the outside of your RV. The impedance and power handling are matched to the amps in Concertone's receivers. Water resistant polymers are used in both the woofer and tweeter, and the housing is made of UV rated plastic to prevent it from distorting. When mounted the speaker is angled down to keep rain water away from the drivers.

Mounting: Most of the speaker is housed in the M1's surface structure, minimizing the mounting depth needed. Only the magnet and terminals extend below the surface. Four screws are used to mount the M1 (not included).

Dimensions:

  • Width: 8"
  • Length: 8-3/16"
  • Mounting Height: 3-3/16"
  • Cutout Diameter: 4-3/16"
  • Mounting Depth: 1-1/4"

Specifications:

  • Frequency Response: 75 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Recommended Power: 35 watts RMS (50 watts max)
  • Impedance:
  • Sensitivity: 86 dB

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1 question already asked

There needs to be an extra hole for the magnet that protrudes. The profile picture shows the part that sticks out. [ TERRENCE  May 27, 2014 ]
need to cut about a 3 in hole [ LARRY  May 20, 2014 ]
Chris, You'll need to cut a hole for the magnet. I mounted 6 on my houseboat and in 4 locations I didn't want to cut holes in my helm or flybridge so I bought a 6inx2inx8ft board, cut the board slightly larger than my speakers, left it square shape, then cut a hole large enough for the magnet. Mounted the speaker to the stained board and then mounted the board to my helm and flybridge. These speakers are great. I'm not into the large bass, but volume and clarity they do have. Hope this helps. Jim [ JAMES  May 20, 2014 ]
4 inch hole with hole saw, they only need about 2 inches of depth though. Hope that helps. [ WILLIAM  May 20, 2014 ]
Can't remember if speaker magnet stuck out the back or not. I already had holes because I was replacing speakers on the outside of my camper that went bad. Yes you will need four holes and I used string calk for sealant. So far I am very happy with them. [ KEVIN  May 19, 2014 ]
Need to cut a 3 in hole for back of speaker [ LARRY  May 19, 2014 ]
Approx 4" hole [ Richard  May 19, 2014 ]
The center hole is about 4 inches I believe and the for scree holes fall outside this center hole. I used self taking screws to secure the speakers. [ JOSHUA  May 19, 2014 ]
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