8" In-Ceiling Coaxial Compression Driver with 60-Watt 70V/100V Transformer

8CXT60
  • HYFIDROPHOBIC_OPTIONAL
  • AMATHOPHOBIC_OPTIONAL

    Model 8CXT60 is a 150 watt loudspeaker that combines an 8" diameter, low frequency transducer and a 1" exit, true compression driver. The unit features a curvilinear, polypropylene cone for lower harmonic distortion, and a built-in crossover network for proper frequency transition between the two reproducers.

    Model 8CXT60 operates within a frequency response range of 48Hz - 18kHz with a sensitivity of 92dB and a dispersion angle of 90°.

    Model 8CXT60 includes a factory installed, high efficiency, 60W, 70.7/100V step down line transformer. Power taps are provided at 7.5, 15, 30 and 60 Watts (@70.7V).

    Note: If loudspeaker is to be used with Q428-SA enclosure, transformer must be relocated from rear of the loudspeaker to the side of the loudspeaker using self tapping screws (sold separately) to secure transformer to loudspeaker basket and allow for loudspeaker to properly fit enclosure.

    Features
    1" Exit Compression High Frequency Driver Coupled to a Specially Designed Conical Wave-Guide Horn Provides Exceptional Output & Accurate High Frequency Reproduction
    90 Degree Conical Dispersion (2kHz Octave Band)
    Includes Factory Installed, 60W, 70.7/100V Transformer
    Perfectly Suited for Use with Atlas Sound "Q" Series Enclosures
    Tech Specs
    Frequency Response 33Hz - 21kHz
    Sensitivity 92dB (at 1W/1m)
    Power Taps 7.5, 15, 30, 60
    Speaker Type Compression Driver Coaxial
    Diameter 8" (20.32 cm)
    Support Files
    CAD Drawing 8CXT60 CAD Drawing Download
    EASE File Download
    Data Sheet 8CXT60 Datasheet (3 pages) View | Download
    CAD Drawing QPLATE20-Q4612-8CXT60 Download
    Loudspeaker Placement Tool

    The AtlasIED Loudspeaker Placement Tool is designed to make it easy to select the proper positioning of loudspeakers in a given room. Choose your AtlasIED loudspeaker and the transformer taps that you plan on using. Then input the room length, width, and ceiling height. Don’t forget to choose feet or meters as your unit of measure and the listener level. The results will tell you how many total speakers are required and how they need to be positioned to maximize the sound coverage in the space.

    Loudspeaker:
    Transformer Tap Selection (in Watts):
    Unit of Measure:
    Room Length:
    Room Width:
    Ceiling Height:
    Listener Level:
    Average distance from ceiling to ear level:

    # of Rows:
    Number of Columns:
    Total Loudspeakers Required:
    Loudspeaker Spacing:
    First Loudspeaker "x" Placement:
    First Loudspeaker "y" Placement:
    Selected Tap Max SPL in Direct Field:
    Variance to Edge of Coverage:
    Amplifier Power Required for Selected Tap:
    Max Tap SPL in Direct Field:
    Amplifier Power Required for Max Tap:
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