Virtually Invisible™ 791 in-ceiling speakers
Experience the best performance Bose offers in an in-ceiling speaker. Virtually Invisible™ 791 speakers are engineered to reproduce lifelike sound with more spaciousness, detail and depth than conventional in-ceiling speakers. Bose Stereo Everywhere® speaker performance delivers sound evenly throughout the listening area. Installation is easy and the flush-mount design blends seamlessly into the ceiling.
The combination of two tweeters and a 7" woofer provides spacious stereo sound for your favorite music. You'll also enjoy the deep low notes of dramatic movie sound effects. This makes 791 speakers ideal for a rear-channel option in a home theater setup.
The tweeters are strategically positioned to eliminate the need to aim the speakers into the room. The end result is Stereo Everywhere® speaker performance, with balanced stereo sound wherever you listen, not just in one "sweet spot."
The sound stands out. The speakers blend in.
Installing 791 speakers is easy—four clamp screws secure each speaker to the ceiling. The infinite baffle design eliminates the need for a separate speaker enclosure—it uses the space above the ceiling instead. Once you've positioned the speakers, just tighten the clamp screws and twist the grilles into place. The finish is as elegant as it is unobtrusive. You can even paint the speaker grilles to match your décor.
If you own a Lifestyle® system, Virtually Invisible® 791 speakers and an SA-3 amplifier can bring music to another room in your home. You can even listen to music from your Lifestyle® system in one room while a movie or different music plays in another, at the same time, from the same system.
|Diameter:||10" (25.4 cm)|
|Depth, with grille:||4.66" (12 cm)|
|Weight:||4.73 lbs (2.2 kg) each|
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