About the ELAC Debut 2.0 C6.2
The anchor of your Debut 2.0 home theater
The anchor of your Debut 2.0 home theater
Building an ELAC Debut 2.0 home theater system? Then consider ELAC's custom-designed C6.2 as your all-important center channel. It's voice-matched to Debut 2.0 bookshelf and tower speakers, and provides crystal-clear dialogue and realistic center-channel sound effects. This is the larger of the two Debut 2.0 center channel models, and is ideal for medium- to large-sized rooms.
ELAC's C6.2 center channel features thick cabinet walls that are internally braced for reduced resonance and improved stability.
An upgraded customer favorite
The original Debut Series center channels were a hit with our customers. The newly designed C6.2 has been re-engineered to get the most out of today's home theater receivers, leaving more power for your system's other speakers.
The C6.2 also sports an improved 1" silk dome tweeter for extended high-frequency response, along with a pair of updated 6-1/2" aramid-fiber woofers for smooth mids and punchy bass.
Custom-built for excellent sound
Fans of ELAC know that renowned speaker designer Andrew Jones has been at the helm of the Debut series since the beginning. Jones himself designs the magnets, woofers, crossovers, and enclosures for each Debut speaker, which allows for high-quality components without the added cost of outsourcing parts and supplies.
- 1" silk dome tweeter with wide-dispersion waveguide for smooth, accurate highs and extended high-frequency response
- dual 6-1/2" aramid-fiber woofers with oversized magnet and vented pole piece for punchy bass and midrange
- frequency response: 55-35,000 Hz
- sensitivity: 88 dB
- impedance: 8 ohms
- recommended amplifier power: up to 120 watts
- bass-reflex (ported) cabinet with front-firing ports for flexible placement against a wall or cabinet
- custom multi-element crossover with high-grade components to ensure smooth transition between drivers
- 5-way binding post speaker terminals
- thick MDF cabinet walls with black ash vinyl finish
- cabinet walls are internally braced for reduced resonance and improved stability
- 23-3/8"W x 7-5/8"H x 11-5/16"D
- weight: 25.5 lbs.
- warranty: 3 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # DC62-BK
What's in the box:
ELAC Debut 2.0 C6.2 owner's manual
- Center channel loudspeaker
- Operating Instructions
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Features & specs
|Tweeter Size (inches)||1|
|Midrange size (inches)||N/A|
|Woofer size (inches)||6-1/2|
|Connector Type||5-Way post|
|Power Range||up to 120|
|Frequency Response||55-35k Hz|
|Parts Warranty||3 Years|
|Labor Warranty||3 Years|
Two-Way Driver Design: The Elac Debut 2.0 series DC62 center-channel loudspeaker features a two-way driver design with a 1" tweeter, two 6.5" woofers, and a 2,200Hz crossover. Both the tweeter and woofer have been custom designed by Andrew Jones to deliver an exceptional audio experience that can't be delivered with typical off-the-shelf parts
- Cloth Dome Tweeter w/ Wave Guide: The 1" silk soft-dome tweeter features a wide-roll surround that improves power handling and a waveguide that improves directivity control by eliminating cabinet diffraction inherent in traditional box enclosures. The 1" silk soft-dome tweeter candle handle high frequencies up to 35,000 Hz.
- Dual Woven-Aramid Fiber Woofers: The center-channel speaker features two 6.5" woven aramid-fiber cone woofers with rubber surround, oversized magnet, and vented pole piece. The revised shape of the aramid cone offers even greater stiffness and damping; far superior to polypropylene or paper. The added strength allows more flexibility in design to achieve a smoother, extended low-frequency response.
- Custom Crossover: A custom seven-element crossover (2,200Hz) with audio-grade components is implemented to ensure smooth transition between the tweeter and woofer.
Bass Reflex MDF Cabinet: The Elac Debut 2.0 series DC62 center-channel loudspeaker uses a bass reflex cabinet with two front-firing flared ports for greater efficiency and bigger bass response. Moving the bass ports to the front of the cabinet means placement against walls or in bookshelves won't compromise performance. The cabinet is made of MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) to strengthen and stiffen the cabinet, helping minimize unwanted vibrations that can discolor music or movie content. The MDF outer walls of the cabinet are covered with a black ash wood-grain vinyl finish. A detachable cloth grille is included.
5-Way Binding Posts: The Elac Debut 2.0 series DC62 center-channel loudspeaker is fitted with a set of 5-way binding-post terminals which will accept bare-wire (up to 10AWG), pin-connectors, spade-lugs, and banana plugs (single or dual).
Placement & Mounting Options: The center-channel speaker should be placed directly above or below the center of your TV screen. It can rest on a flat surface like a table top, shelf, or stand. Try to keep the center-channel as close to the same level as your front speakers for a more even soundstage. If this is not possible, you might try tilting the center speaker up (if too low) or down (if too high) to aim it wards the listening area. The speaker should be positioned approximately 1' to 2' away from boundaries, such as walls or corners.
Note: The center speaker does not include a bracket, key-hole slot, or threaded insert for wall-mounting.
Elac Debut 2.0 Series: The Elac Debut 2.0 series family of loudspeakers consists of two floorstanding loudspeakers (DF52/DF62), two bookshelf loudspeakers (DB52/DB62), two center-channel loudspeakers (DC52/DC62), a Dolby Atmos enabled loudspeaker (DA42), and two powered subs (S10EQ/S12EQ).
This speaker is so big that when I got it I thought they sent me 2 bookshelf speakers by mistake but it was this! It's pretty pretty pretty huge but it's amazing awesome. As long as you have the space for this humongous speaker your set to go. Enjoy this thing. I sure do!!
Daniel from Knoxville, TN