ELAC Debut 2.0 C6.2 Center Channel Speaker – DC62
ELAC Debut 2.0 C6.2 Center Channel Speaker
Expanding reality with a wall of sound.
For full scale and power, a serious surround system needs a center channel complementary—and equal to—the front-channel speakers. The new Debut C6.2 paints a majestic soundstage that makes movies and music come alive. New dual front ports allow placement in cabinets or against the wall without compromising bass frequencies.
New Tweeter with Wide-Dispersion Waveguide
A NEW soft-dome tweeter features a wide-roll surround and takes response up to 35,000 Hz for even more lifelike high frequencies. The waveguide improves directivity control and eliminates the diffraction modes inherent in traditional box enclosures.
New Woven Aramid-Fiber Woofer
The REVISED shape of the aramid cone offers even greater stiffness and damping, far superior to polypropylene or paper. The added strength allows more flexibility in design to achieve a smoother, extended low-frequency response.
New Cabinets with Easier Placement
THICK MDF cabinets with a luxurious black ash vinyl finish are larger, and internally braced for greater stiffness and strength, greatly reducing cabinet vibrations which cause unwanted coloration. On the Bookshelf and Center Channel, moving the bass port to the front of the cabinet means placement against walls or in bookshelves won’t compromise performance.
Optimized Center Speakers
Recognizing that in a multi-channel system the majority of sound comes through the center speaker, we have optimized sensitivity and impedance to minimize the power requirement from the AV receiver, maximizing dynamic impact from lower cost receivers.
The bookshelf speakers and center sound great! Teamed it up with a denon audio receiver and they are a huge improvement over what I had before. Would highly recommend this series speakers for building a home theater.
James. Nightingale –
I am very happy with the sound/dialogue production with the C6.2 centre channel speaker I purchased. I am hard of hearing (too much time spent in front of large speakers at rock concerts when I was young). However, I have one major complain about the quality of the production. If you remove the speaker cover, more than likely the pins used to hold the speaker cover to the speaker cabinet will break off. I have removed the speaker cover twice and now have only three pins left. If anymore snap off, I will not be able to place the speaker cover on the cabinet. A number of the broken pins are lodged in the holes on the speaker cabinet. The pins snap off with the lightest of touches. I will be pursuing a warranty request to replace the speaker cover.