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Pantel Weatherproof Loudspeakers

Pantel is proud to announce that it has launched its new line of outdoor weather­proof loudspeakers
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Pantel Weatherproof Loudspeakers

May 9, 2009 2:54 PM

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Pantel PAN-SPKW and PAN-SPKB weatherproof loudspeakers

Pantel is proud to announce that it has launched its new line of outdoor weather­proof loudspeakers. The two-way, 100W, two-model line is available in black or white and already shipping. The 8V, 100W PAN-SPKW (white) and PAN-SPKB (black) loudspeakers can be mounted either vertically or horizontally, and they come equipped with a high-quality 6.5in. polygraphite woofer and 1in. Mylar tweeter. The loudspeakers have a 55Hz to 20kHz frequency response and a sensitivity of 89dB. Both models come with a full one-year warranty and an MSRP of $249.99 (per pair).

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