THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED DECEMBER 2016

The SX-6300 tower speaker provides big sound from its small profile, with its 3-way driver complement of three 6½-inch aluminum cone subwoofers, two 4-inch aluminum cone woofers, and a 1-inch silk dome tweeter, the SX-6300 delivers all the impact and clarity of a much larger speaker. The bass reflex cabinet of the SX-6300 helps it to deliver unrivaled detail and accuracy; not only is it more than capable of belting out any explosion, it can also flawlessly reproduce even the softest musical note with ease. The SX-6300 can be bi-wired or bi-amplified via the high quality, dual 5-way binding posts to further enhance its performance. For all Signature SX Series Speakers click here.

Model Name:
SX-6300
Series:
Signature SX
System Type:
Tower Speaker
Frequency Response:
35Hz-20kHz (±3dB)
Sensitivity:
88dB (2.83V @ 1 Meter)
Recommended Power:
100-300 Watts
Subwoofers:
(3) 6-1/2" (165mm) Aluminum
Woofers:
(2) 4" (102mm) Aluminum Cone
Tweeter:
(1) 1" (25mm) Silk Dome
Swivel Tweeter(s):
No
Tweeter Protection:
Yes
Crossover Frequency:
100 Hz, 2,700 Hz
Crossover Slope:
24dB/Octave
Impedance:
4 Ohms
Cabinet/Color:
Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)/Standard Satin Black Oak or Sandalwood, or 30 Different Custom Veneer Finishes
Grille:
Black Fabric
Finished Dimensions:
8-7/8" W x 44-3/8" H x 14" D
(225mm W x 1127mm H x 356mm D)
Weight:
64 lbs. (29.03 kg)
Warranty:
5 Years

Speaker Combinations

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