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Polk Audio MC60

In-ceiling speaker

Item # 107MC60

Experience rich, engaging sound from speakers that disappear into your room.

Experience rich, engaging sound from speakers that disappear into your room.

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Item # 107MC60

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About the Polk Audio MC60

Experience rich, engaging sound from speakers that disappear into your room. Polk's MC60 speaker installs flush in your ceiling for a sleek, attractive look. The 3/4" tweeter lets you aim the high frequencies for the clearest sound in your room. The 6-1/2" woofer provides smooth bass and mid-bass. And this speaker's moisture-resistant design means you can enjoy it in your kitchen, bathroom, or even outdoors, installed under the eaves.

Experience rich, engaging sound from speakers that disappear into your room. Polk's MC60 speaker installs flush in your ceiling for a sleek, attractive look. The 3/4" tweeter lets you aim the high frequencies for the clearest sound in your room. The 6-1/2" woofer provides smooth bass and mid-bass. And this speaker's moisture-resistant design means you can enjoy it in your kitchen, bathroom, or even outdoors, installed under the eaves.

Building a system

Install a pair of the MC60s for stereo music listening. These speakers can also work as the fronts, center, and surrounds in a surround sound system. The MC60s are voice-matched with the other MC in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, so you can mix and match.

An optional in-ceiling bracket is recommended for installing the MC60 speaker in a home with new construction.

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Product highlights:

  • frequency response 60-20,000 Hz (-3dB)
  • 3/4" aimable silk dome tweeter
  • 6-1/2" Dynamic Balance® woofer
  • Infinite Baffle Tuning for improved bass response
  • handles up to 100 watts
  • sensitivity 91 dB
  • 8-ohm impedance
  • paintable white matte grille
  • durable, moisture-resistant construction
  • cutout diameter: 8-3/16"
  • frame diameter: 9-3/16"
  • mounting depth: 3-15/16"
  • warranty: lifetime
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # AW0560-A

What's in the box:

  • White in-ceiling speaker
  • White grille
  • Cardboard template
  • Plastic paint shield
  • Owner's Manual (Eng/Fre/Spa)
  • Online registration card

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Features & specs

Features
Quantity in Package Single
Tweeter Soft-Dome
Aimable Tweeter Yes
Woofer Composition Composite
Woofer Surround Rubber
Moisture-resistant Yes
Connector Type Spring clip
Bi-Amp Inputs No
Built-in Back-box No
Specs
Tweeter Size 0.75
Midrange Size N/A
Woofer Size 6.5
Cutout Size 8.1875
Power Range (Watts) 20-100
Sensitivity 91 dB
Impedance (Ohms) 8
Frequency Response 60-20kHz
Parts Warranty Lifetime
Labor Warranty Lifetime

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Features

MC Series: The Polk Audio MC Series in-wall/in-ceiling loudspeakers offer great built-in sound for multi-room listening. The MC Series features Dynamic Balance driver technology, an aimable tweeter, and polymer cone woofers, which ensures your music always sounds crisp and clear. The MC Series also uses infinite baffle tuning for excellent bass response, so you can install them in virtually any kind of wall.

Dynamic Balance Technology: Laser imaging technology allows Polk Audio engineers to see the entire vibrating surface of a driver and tweeter; they can actually see the resonance develop on the speaker cones-resonance that is the root cause of loudspeaker distortion. Being able to see the resonance develop, they then determine the Dynamic Balance of high-tech materials, geometry and construction that together effectively tune out the offending resonance. Exclusive Dynamic Balance Composite Material Technology delivers sound that is effortlessly clean and clear, even at lifelike volume levels.

Woofer: The Polk Audio MC60 in-ceiling speaker features a 6-1/2" Dynamic Balance Polymer Composite Cone for smooth wide-range response with low distortion. The polymer composite cone provides excellent damping and bass response while resisting deterioration. For a smoother response and improved durability, each woofer uses a rubber surround.

Tweeter: The MC60 in-ceiling speaker uses a 3/4" aimable silk dome tweeter with neodymium magnet for clear, detailed highs and excellent imaging even for off-axis listening positions. Aiming the tweeter toward your listening position improves imaging and detail.

Infinite Baffle Tuning: Infinite Baffle Tuning uses the virtual enclosure of in-wall/in-ceiling space for superior bass response.

Moisture-resistant: Durable, moisture-resistant materials allow you to install the speakers in bathrooms, kitchens, even under the eaves of an enclosed porch. (The speaker is not recommended for exposed outdoor use.)

Timbre-matched: The MC Series speakers are timbre matched to Polk Audio's freestanding speakers, such as the Polk Monitor, TSi, and OWM series; just in case you need in-wall/in-ceiling surround speakers to match your freestanding fronts.

Installation: The round shape and flush-design allow the MC60 to mimic the look of a recessed lighting fixture. Each speaker requires a cutout diameter of 8.1875" and a depth of 3.9375" behind the drywall. Each speaker frame has a 9.1875" diameter. Once the holes are cut, each speaker is placed in the opening and the Rotating Cams are tightened, allowing you to secure each speaker to the drywall without any extra assembly. The cam extends 1.75" deep from the mounting surface of the speaker and will accommodate up to 1.5" drywall thickness. When the cams are rotated, each extends 0.875" beyond the 8.1875" cutout diameter. If you will not be mounting these speakers in drywall, make sure the wall or ceiling material can safely support the weight of the speakers before installation; each speaker weighs approximately 3.1 pounds.

Paintable: The grille and flange can be painted, allowing these speakers to match any decor.

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22 questions already asked

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How do you remove this speaker from ceiling Sheetrock? The speak is making loud crackling sounds from TV and needs to be replaced. Over 13 years old.
[ Tom C.  Aug 28, 2020 ]
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Remove the mesh grill. I have used a bent paperclip to hook it and pull. Once mesh plate is removed you will find 3 screw heads. Turn counter clockwise to loosen toggle. Pull out speaker and detach speaker wire.
[ MICHAEL  Aug 29, 2020 ]
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Pry out the grill. There are 4 screws behind it that are attached to the swing out tabs. When you loosen the screws, the tabs should swing in and allow you to bring the speaker out of its hole in the sheetrock. You shouldn't need to remove the screws, only loosen them enough to allow the tabs to swing in. If the tabs don't release, remove the screws completely. Just remember to retrieve the tabs from inside the hole. This will only end well for horizontal installations. In walls the tabs will fall to the bottom of the stud cavity and you'll have to get creative to fish them out.
[ JOE  Aug 29, 2020 ]
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Make sure it's the speaker by changing what you send to the speaker - use a different source or swap right and left cables at the receiver to see if the crackling follows the source. I you still need to change it you loosen the mounting screws on the speaker while pushing upwards on the screw. When it reaches the end it will click and the stopper will be out of the way - allowing the speaker to come out. Be careful on the last one as the speaker will drop. The hardest part will be pulling the grill off. You need a small dental pick that can go through the hole and pull downwards.
[ James  Aug 29, 2020 ]
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Remove the screen and you will see some screws, loosen the screws and the backing clamps should pivot allowing the speaker to drop out.
[ William  Aug 28, 2020 ]
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The cover pulls straight off and unscrew the Phillips screws.
[ James  Aug 28, 2020 ]
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Pop the screen off. Then unscrew the 3 screws.
[ Douglas  Aug 28, 2020 ]
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Will a stereo receiver with 110 watt per channel work with these speakers?
[ D  Aug 17, 2020 ]
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Yes it will from my understanding I use 5 of them with 100 watts
[ RANDY F  Aug 17, 2020 ]
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Yes!!!
[ TREVOR  Aug 17, 2020 ]
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Pretty sure. I don't know watts but I know that I've connected mine to a couple of different receivers and they rock. Good purchase and best you'll find for the money. Also, install is easy.
[ Stormy  Aug 17, 2020 ]
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How do you aim the tweeter, I can't seem to swivel it, do you just rotate the speaker?
[ HTang  Apr 10, 2020 ]
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Polk states the following for the process on adjusting the tweeter on this speaker: While supporting the tweeter bridge, carefully use your index finger to aim the tweeter. There is picture with this shown on page 4 of the owner's manual which shows the finger pressing on the black outer diameter area around the tweeter. You can download a copy of that manual using the link we put in the "What's in the Box" section of this page.
[ Paul  Apr 26, 2020 ]  Staff
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I believe the arm its on will swivel.
[ RANDY F  Apr 22, 2020 ]
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Is there a mounting bracket, or does it mount to the drywall?
[ Chad  Apr 05, 2020 ]
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It mounts to drywall
[ Eric  Apr 05, 2020 ]
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It has built in clamps so you clamp it to the drywall. works good.
[ Paul  Apr 05, 2020 ]
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From the product specs - Installation: The round shape and flush-design allow the MC60 to mimic the look of a recessed lighting fixture. Each speaker requires a cutout diameter of 8.1875" and a depth of 3.9375" behind the drywall. Each speaker frame has a 9.1875" diameter. Once the holes are cut, each speaker is placed in the opening and the Rotating Cams are tightened, allowing you to secure each speaker to the drywall without any extra assembly. The cam extends 1.75" deep from the mounting surface of the speaker and will accommodate up to 1.5" drywall thickness. When the cams are rotated, each extends 0.875" beyond the 8.1875" cutout diameter. If you will not be mounting these speakers in drywall, make sure the wall or ceiling material can safely support the weight of the speakers before installation; each speaker weighs approximately 3.1 pounds.
[ Ed  Apr 05, 2020 ]
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Can these be installed in a drop ceiling?
[ Dylan  Dec 19, 2019 ]
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Absolutely. The speaker is not extremely heavy, so as long as the tiles are supportive enough, you should be great. The dropped ceiling should make installation even easier.
[ Jared  Dec 20, 2019 ]
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Yes they can. The template made it easy tod. Make sure you give yourself plenty of speaker wire to work with.
[ Frank  Dec 19, 2019 ]
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Yes. There is an inexpensive adaptor to purchase which Crutchfield carries. It was simple to use. Great result.
[ Steve  Dec 19, 2019 ]
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I'm installing a atmos 9.1 in my new construction basement theater room which is roughly 25x15x8 ceilings. I'm looking at Polk mc80s for front center left and right speakers and mc60s for remaining 6 speakers. Is the mc80 a good enough center speaker or so I need bigger? Are the mc60s enough for back left and right speakers? Overall given the room size, will this be a solid 9.1 atmos system?
[ Bigtxp  Dec 14, 2019 ]
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That setup sounds reasonable for a 9.1 setup. If you want personalized advice you can connect with one of our friendly product advisors via phone, chat or email here: https://www.crutchfield.com/I-rET1c290/S-SUliZgSTXG7/support/ContactUs.aspx
[ Cosmo  Jan 08, 2020 ]  Staff
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Center speaker should never be in the ceiling. But if must be there it has to be much larger or it will be very hard to hear dialogue when there's a action sequence.
[ Alvin  Jan 07, 2020 ]
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air space-I am installing these in my work shop in a open floor plan. Do these require to be enclosed, and if so how much air space is needed?
[ Chris  Oct 25, 2019 ]
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I installed these in my ceiling without any baffle - above it is the attic and it sounds clear and detailed as it.
[ THAI  Nov 05, 2019 ]
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Hi Chris, thank you for your question. The Polk Audio MC60 speakers use Infinite Baffle Tuning, which means the speaker is using the virtual enclosure of in-wall/in-ceiling space mounting location. You don't need a dedicated enclosure for these. Any member of our expert team of Advisors will be happy to go over these in more detail with you if you'd like to gather some additional information! Feel free to chat with us online or by phone at 1-800-324-9695.
[ Jess  Nov 05, 2019 ]  Staff
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These do not require enclosures, but I'm confident they will sound better if they are enclosed. The only air space needed is the amount to make the speaker ring and grill flush with the ceiling. I hope this helps...
[ Jared  Nov 04, 2019 ]
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I installed these as rear speakers in a 5.1 Dolby system for home theater. Simple install in the. Wiping of the room, no enclosure required. No particular dimension on the space ( just sufficient clearance) and they sound great!
[ Barry  Nov 04, 2019 ]
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Does this have bluetooth or how do you connect it?
[ Tuffy  Jan 05, 2019 ]
6 answers
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No Bluetooth, connection with speaker wire to Sonos or receiver.
[ Ken  Jan 08, 2019 ]
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These speakers connect direct to your receiver or amplifier via in-wall rated speaker wires. They do not have built-in bluetooth capability.
[ Frank  Jan 06, 2019 ]
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These are just single wire speakers that must be connectes to a source such as an amplifier. My set up includes a Russound amplifier and Bose soundtouch wireless link adapters for each zone.
[ Oleg  Jan 06, 2019 ]
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No, standard speaker wire is used
[ Leigh  Jan 06, 2019 ]
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It does not have Bluetooth and it is not powered. You have to use speaker wire to connect it to a powered amplifier of some kind. We use ours with a Sonos Amp. Hope that helps!
[ Benjamin  Jan 06, 2019 ]
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No direct Bluetooth connection. You need to connect the speaker to a receiver or amplifier.
[ NEDIM  Jan 06, 2019 ]
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Does this have bluetooth or how do you connect it?
[ Tuffy  Jan 05, 2019 ]
2 answers
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It does not have Bluetooth and uses regular speaker wire
[ Michael  Jan 05, 2019 ]
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You have to connect it. It does not have Bluetooth Great sounding for in ceiling speakers
[ Kirk  Jan 05, 2019 ]
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What is the size of the cut out and the depth of the speaker?
[ Ken  May 27, 2018 ]
1 answer
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The cutout diameter needed to install these speakers is 8-3/16" and they have a 3-15-16" mounting depth requirement to fit. My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=101
[ Paul  Jun 04, 2018 ]  Staff
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I need good loud bass in wireless speaker for a marantz surround sound equipment?
[ Angela  Nov 17, 2017 ]
1 answer
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Good morning wireless speakers are not wireless at all they require 110ac power. Second your Bass should come from your Subwoofer. 3 sorround speakers are for sorround audio tracks they don't require to be so loud.
[ RODOLFO A  Nov 17, 2017 ]
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I'm hoping to replace a couple of old Jensen desk-top speakers that I used in a kitchen with these. On the same set-up I have a second pair of larger speakers in the living room, so I use the "A-B" switch on my receiver and all is well. In making a change to something like this speaker, do I need to be aware of any technical issues? I know nothing about ohms, impedance, watts, etc. Do I need to know anything about that, or can I be confident that these would work ok?
[ Tom  Oct 09, 2017 ]
1 answer
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Thanks for your questions--regarding product compatibility inquiries like this, you would be better served contacting an Advisor directly by phone (888.955.6000) or online chat. They can go over what you have now in more detail to ensure it all works correctly with the Polk MC60 speakers. Hope that helps!
[ Larry  Oct 15, 2017 ]  Staff
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what gauge wire i should use for MC 60 speaker?
[ kungan  Nov 25, 2016 ]
2 answers
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18 gauge speaker wire works just fine. Hope this helps.
[ Gordon  Nov 29, 2016 ]
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Speakers alone don't determine the gauge. It depends on how many speakers and in what configuration are drawing from the line. Crutchfield's big advantage is qualified technical support. Instead of asking a question here, I'd call them and ask for tech support and explain your situation. In case you have one receiver driving 2 speakers in the vicinity (10-20 ft) you may be OK with a higher gauge (cheaper) off the shelf wire.
[ sundeep  Nov 29, 2016 ]
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Will these hold up outdoors in-ceiling on a covered patio? We are in Colorado which is a dry climate if that helps.
[ Milton  Aug 26, 2016 ]
5 answers
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I installed these in the ceiling of my screened in porch about 15 months ago and they still look brand new. I needed moisture resistant speakers as my house backs onto the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia, where there is constant moisture in the air. I guess these would up very well in your environment.
[ john  Aug 27, 2016 ]
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Sorry. Mine are in my basement ceiling. I would think they would be fine since they are not going to get direct rain or snow on them
[ duane g.  Aug 27, 2016 ]
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Your climate is fine under a porch cover .
[ Mike  Aug 27, 2016 ]
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I would not hesitate to put them in a ceiling on a porch
[ Mike  Aug 27, 2016 ]
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My mc60 are installed under the roof line on my house and have working great and we do get a lot of moisture as I'm located in San Francisco
[ James  Aug 27, 2016 ]
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how are the speakers powered?
[ t  Apr 26, 2016 ]
5 answers
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These speakers require a connection to an amplifier (home theater reciever or any other kind of amplifier with speaker outputs).
[ Jason  Apr 06, 2019 ]
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no power necessary. Only speaker wire connections needed
[ Michael  Apr 26, 2016 ]
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Powered by stereo amp or home theater system
[ Keith  Apr 26, 2016 ]
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My are powered by my Yamaha AV receiver using the zone 2 feed
[ James  Apr 26, 2016 ]
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They are wired to your receiver and require no additional power
[ MICHAEL D  Apr 26, 2016 ]
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I would plan to install these on a back porch which has a plywood ceiling instead of drywall. Does anyone see any issues with that?
[ Brad  Mar 17, 2016 ]
2 answers
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Would work fine
[ Ken  Jan 08, 2019 ]
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We installed them in a plywood ceiling on and outdoor balcony and have had no problems.
[ RANDY  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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Are the ceiling mounts required ? I am debating installing these in our new house and I am curious if I need to purchase the plastic mounts as well ?
[ Chad_Smith  Dec 29, 2015 ]
3 answers
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I've installed the speakers and had the same question. In the end I bought them because they made the installation easier. My guess is if you're handy and want to rough in a different mount you could make it work. Is it worth the time and effort is the question.
[ ANDREW  Dec 30, 2015 ]
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The new construction mounts are optional in new construction...it eliminates the need to locate wires above drywall later.
[ MARTIN S  Dec 29, 2015 ]
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I installed these into my existing ceiling with no need for additional mounts. There are 3 arms that spin out and press against the back of the ceiling when you tighten the screws.
[ Robert  Dec 29, 2015 ]
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Will these work for front 2 speakers of 5.1 surround system and which one do you suggest for the center speaker??
[ Nellie  Apr 08, 2015 ]
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The mc 60 will also work great as a center speaker. I have a 5.1 and all five speakers are mc60 and sound great
[ ALEX J  Apr 09, 2015 ]
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I used the mc60 for my front and rear. I had a nice definitive technology center speaker and use two sub woofers for the deep base
[ JAMES  Apr 09, 2015 ]
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A couple of questions here. 1) What effect would there be to pairing this as a 5.1 center channel along with RC60i or RC80i's for Front/Rear? 2) what is a good sub to use along with these? Ideally I'd like something I can put in the wall as well (even if I have to do some work to make it happen).
[ Aaron  Mar 31, 2015 ]
1 answer
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For details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle.
[ Krissy  Apr 05, 2015 ]  Staff
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Can this speaker be installed in-wall (vertical) instead of in-ceiling (horizontal)?
[ Chris  Jan 20, 2015 ]
7 answers
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If you cut your holes well you should be able to.
[ DONALD L  Jan 22, 2015 ]
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Not sure of your specific usage, but you could certainly physically mount this speaker on drywall between the studs in a wall. I'm using these for home theater surrounds mounted in the ceiling, and I'm quite happy with them. The tweeters are somewhat aim-able (on one axis) so if mounting surrounds in the wall, just be sure to locate the speakers fairly high and point the tweeters down across the listening area.
[ FilmSound  Jan 21, 2015 ]
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Absolutely. The general aesthetic notion is rectangles on a wall and circles on a ceiling. But it's up to you - purely aesthetic reasons.
[ DAVID  Jan 21, 2015 ]
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Yes, as long as there is clearance behind and the wallboard can support 3 lbs. I would be concerned if the wallboard was 1/4 inch.
[ RICHARD  Jan 21, 2015 ]
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Yes installing the speakers in the wall, would b just as easy as installing in the ceiling. It should not effect the sound quality of the speaker! Just make sure u put them in propper areas for best surround sound!
[ DARRELL  Jan 21, 2015 ]
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Yes they can be installed in wall or ceiling. I have them installed both ways and had no problems. They look and sound great.
[ STEVE  Jan 21, 2015 ]
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I can't imagine why not. As long as there s enough clearance in the wall to accommodate the speaker depth. I have them in my ceiling as part of a surround system. They are not my primary front speakers. The sound is excellent for this purpose.
[ JAMES  Jan 21, 2015 ]
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Wanted to hear from people who own this product. I am on the fence over the MC60 vs the MC80. I hear a lot of differences of opinions and am not sure which way to go yet. My ceiling height is only 10' and is flat. The room is 15x15 with no back wall, open concept. I hear that MC80 will be clearer and fill up room more but I have 2 bookshelf Infinity speakers with 4-4.5" woofers that fill up the room pretty well. I will be using speakers for surround sound and music application and will have a subwoofer. Want to know how pleased you are with the speaker in general?
[ Dave  Dec 06, 2013 ]
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I really can't compare the two speakers since I've only heard the MC60. I bought four to use for ceiling surrounds and they are working fine. The ceiling in my house is also about 10' high, but slanted, and I don't have any problem getting enough surround level. If you are using the speakers for full-range playback (not just surround), I would probably go with the MC80 because of the extended low frequency response.
[ FilmSound  Dec 09, 2013 ]
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Thanks Bryan, do you ever use the MC80's for music or just for movies? How big of a space is the MC80's in if you don't mind me asking. I know it is an open concept but like I said my space is literally 15x15 with no back wall to an open concept of the rest of the house, also how high is your ceiling?. I have a son that sleeps 2 rooms over from the TV room and was curious if you thought the 80's produce lot of sound, worried about him sleeping. 1 last question since you have 80's and 60's do your 80's look whiter than your 60's? I had both sent to my house and the 80's look whiter than the 60's. Still undecided about which way to go but all answers are appreciated to help with my decision.
[ Dave  Dec 07, 2013 ]
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Thanks Thomas for the response. My room is not as big as yours but with the open concept, no back wall I am wondering if the 60's will get lost as well. I have heard that the 80's will sound better than the 60's but have also heard that I don't need to go with the 80's. Do your MC60's look white or do they look like they have a slight tint to them? Thanks again.
[ Dave  Dec 07, 2013 ]
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Jerry, Thanks for the response. I have a question about the color of your speakers though if you don't mind. Are they white or are they a little bit of an off white(slight tint to them). Just wondering because I have the MC80's and MC60's in my house at the moment because I am not sure which way to go and the 80's look very white compared to the 60's which look like a different hue. Thanks
[ Dave  Dec 07, 2013 ]
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I bought the MC60 in Oct for a 7.2 surround. I don't have a back wall either. Long (40ft) open room. I am pleased with the sound and quality of his speaker. I use it for the same applications that you asked about.
[ JERRY  Dec 06, 2013 ]
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I have the MC60's and feel they are a bit lost in the room. My room is 21' × 20' with no back wall. Overall, I'm pleased with the speakers, but wish I had gone with the MC80's.
[ THOMAS  Dec 06, 2013 ]
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Dave, I recently finished my basement, open floor plan, and used 5 MC80s for my theater area, 2 front, 2 rear and center channel, all in the ceiling, they are amazing and would highly recommend for that use. I also have a polk sub in that space. I also have 4 MC60s in what I will call zone 2, 2 speakers in the bar area and 2 in my kids play area. The MC60s are fine for that use, but hard for me to rate for surround sound utilization. Both speakers allow for directional sound, which is nice, but I am very pleased with the MC80s in my theater area. Hope this helps.
[ BRYAN C  Dec 06, 2013 ]
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