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Dayton Audio Introduces a New Line of Commercial Pendant Speakers


  • Dayton Audio Introduces a New Line of Commercial Pendant Speakers

    DAYTON, OH (January 22, 2019) - Following the long-standing tradition of high-quality speakers, Dayton Audio is proud to introduce a great sounding indoor / outdoor pendant speaker line. The pendant line offers both a 4" (WP4BT) and 6.5" (WP65BT) speaker to fit the needs of a variety of installs from 70V commercial to 8 ohm residential.

    Whether for small residential systems or large commercial installs, the Dayton Audio pendant speakers not only provide top-notch audio fidelity but make installation and operation incredibly quick and simple The speakers feature both a 70V and 100V transformer with an additional 8 ohm bypass for non-commercial amps meaning integration with a current consumer system is extremely simple. Each transformer has 4 easily integrated taps selectable via a rotary switch located on the back of the speaker.

    The speakers feature a 2-way coaxial design complete with a mineral-filled polypropylene woofer and a fabric tweeter. Despite smaller woofer sizes, the pendants produce a surprisingly deep and detailed low end response that creates a pleasing, balanced listening experience. Providing a strong, clear output, the speakers are able to fill a variety of spaces from venues and retail stores to gardens and patios with the great audio quality you have come to expect from Dayton Audio.

    Constructed from IP66 weather resistant ABS plastic, the pendant speakers not only look aesthetically pleasing indoors but can withstand harsh outdoor environments. Included in the package are versatile mounting brackets for multiple configuration options. The speakers can be hung in a pendant mounting style, mounted to a wall, or mounted in-ground for landscape use.

    The Dayton Audio pendant speaker line provides the ultimate flexibility for installers, integrators, and consumers all while delivering incredible, fulfilling sound.

    About Dayton Audio

    For more than 20 years, Dayton Audio has been a leading supplier for audio and video, combining real-world design with high-tech manufacturing techniques to offer some of the finest consumer electronic products today. Every Dayton Audio product is designed and engineered in the USA to provide the highest level of performance and value, backed by industry-leading warranties and support. Dayton Audio products can be purchased through authorized resellers including Parts Express ( Visit us online at
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