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Easy Design Speaker
Model CS1EZ
Speaker Layout
The layout of the speakers should be planned before installation
begins. Layout starts in one corner of the room. The first speaker
should be positioned from each wall a distance approximately equal
to the ceiling height of the room.
The next speaker in row
1 should be spaced a distance approxi-
mately equal to twice the height of the ceiling. Each additional speak-
er in the row should use this same spacing.
Row 2 starts at twice the ceiling height distance from row
1 and
twice the ceiling height from the wall. The other speakers in this row
are also spaced at twice the ceiling height.
Row 3 is again spaced at twice the ceiling height from the previous
row. The first speaker starting this row is positioned at one ceiling
height distance from the wall (similar to row 1).
Continue this pattern of alternating rows until the room is covered.
The spacing of the speakers can be adjusted so that the speakers are
evenly spaced in a row and aesthetically pleasing.
TB8 Tile Bridge - The TB8 supports the weight of the
speaker and recessed enclosure. This is also the item to
which the speaker mounting screws attach. The TB8 is
required for each speaker assembly installed.
Tile Bridge
RE84 Recessed Enclosure - The RE84 is an optional back box
for ceiling speakers. UL Listed for use where ceiling plenum is
part of an air handling system. The RE84 also includes attach-
ment tabs allowing the enclosure to be supported from struc-
tures other than the actual ceiling grid.
Additional Hardware