James Loudspeaker Adds to SA Series of In-Wall Speakers

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James-SA-Series.jpgJames Loudspeaker has added a new model to its Small Aperture (SA) Series of in-wall/in-ceiling speakers. The new 63SA-7HO is a three-way speaker that uses�a 0.75-inch tweeter, a two-inch midrange driver,�and a new�6.5-inch aluminum woofer that allows for higher output. The new model has higher sensitivity to play louder, it is constructed of�aircraft-grade aluminum, and it has a seven-inch depth. It comes with an array of round and square grille options. The�63SA-7HO is available now for $1,400 each.

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James Loudspeaker has added to their lineup of Small Aperture (SA) architectural speakers with the introduction of the 63SA-7HO high-output in-ceiling loudspeaker. The 63SA-7HO is a three-way speaker system featuring greater sensitivity than prior models and a new 6.5-inch woofer capable of significantly higher output. A sophisticated power limiter circuit protects the speaker from potentially harmful transients. The 63SA-7HO delivers superb room-filling full-range musical playback including clearly defined and extended bass response all through a diminutive 3-inch opening.

The James Loudspeaker 63SA-7HO features aircraft-grade aluminum construction and a modular design, providing long life and easy service, while the built-in limiter offers the utmost in long term reliability. The 63SA-7HO's compact footprint and 7-inch depth is best suited for in-ceiling applications. The SA series of speakers is available with an array of 3-inch round and square grilles, and has also been designed to accept industry standard 3-inch and 4-inch lighting trim kits to allow seamless integration with similarly styled lighting products.

"Our integrators and their clients have been so thrilled with the Small Aperture series loudspeakers, we were getting feedback indicating that there was market demand for a high-output version that could be used for surround channels in a home theater and/or for discreet music systems where higher playback levels were desired," explained James Loudspeaker Chief Marketing Officer Ted Telesky. "The 63SA-7HO addresses that need and gives our integrators another valuable tool to help them deliver the finest entertainment systems imaginable for any d�cor," Telesky added.

The James Loudspeaker 63SA-7HO utilizes proprietary drivers including a 6.5-inch aluminum woofer, a 2-inch midrange and a 0.75-inch tweeter.�Custom integrators will appreciate the power limiting circuitry, ensuring the highest degree of reliability and performance for any application. Designed for whole-house entertainment and home theater clientele seeking a premium performance solution that dramatically outperforms traditional in-ceiling speakers, James delivers higher output capability, true high-fidelity, superb off-axis performance, unmatched durability and aesthetic perfection.


The James Loudspeaker Small Aperture 63SA-7HO is available now and has been ETL/UL approved. The MSRP is $1400 (USD) each through authorized James Loudspeaker integrators.

Additional Resources
James Loudspeakers Introduces W Series Speakers at HomeTheaterReview.com.
James Loudspeakers Expands Mavericks Lineup with MQ84/MQ84A at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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