Bowers & Wilkins CCM6 Series of Ceiling Mount Speakers

The CCM6 Series of ceiling mount speakers is designed to offer easy installation and high quality
audio reproduction for discrete custom install applications. CCM6 Series ceiling mount speakers comprise a baffle carrying the speaker drivers and crossover, a mounting frame (with integrated bezel), and a magnetically secured grille. The frame is connected via side mounted terminals to the speaker cables, with the baffle connecting automatically as it is inserted in the frame

All CCM6 Series speakers require clear depth behind the sheetrock (plasterboard) of 140mm (5.51 in). Before installing CCM6 Series speakers you should ensure that the ceiling locations chosen are free of obstructions such as pipe work, ducting or wiring that will interfere with the installation. In existing dry-wall construction, use a stud-finding tool to help you map the ceiling construction and a pipe detector to scan the proposed installation locations.

The appropriate position for CCM6 Series speakers within the listening environment will depend on their specific application:

General Background Audio Applications:
For applications where single CCM6 Series speakers are required to operate independently to provide background audio, they can be located substantially as installation convenience and architecture dictate. The only acoustic constraint to bear in mind is that corner locations will result in significantly emphasised low frequencies and should be avoided.

Stereo Audio Applications:
For applications where a pair of CCM6 Series speakers is to be used for conventional stereo reproduction, they should be located between 3m (10 ft) and 5m (16.5ft) apart and a similar distance in front of the listening area. Try to avoid corner locations for the speakers and to ensure that acoustic environment around each speaker is similar

Multi-channel Audio Applications:
For applications where multiple CCM6 Series speakers are to be used for multi-channel audio visual systems, the front and centre speakers should be located approximately 0.5m (20 in) in front of the plane of the screen. The centre speaker should be on the centre line of the screen and the front speakers each laterally within approximately 0.5m (20 in) of the sides of the screen. Surround channel CCM6 Series speakers should be located just behind and either side of the listening position. Try to avoid corner locations for any of the speakers and to ensure that the acoustic environment around each front and surround speaker is similar

The high frequency radiation characteristics of some CCM6 Series models can be adjusted by
tilting their tweeters. In these cases, CCM6 Series speakers should be oriented so that the red arrow on the frame flange points towards the listening area. Tweeter tilting is also accompanied on some models by corresponding equalisation options selected via a switch on the baffle

CCM682 In-Ceiling Speaker System

200mm 2-Way In-Ceiling Speaker Pair

A high performance ceiling-mount speaker featuring a 200mm (8in) Kevlar cone bass/midrange driver with a rigid die-cast chassis, and a Nautilus swirl-loaded aluminium dome tweeter that pivots for adjustable off-axis treble response. A 30mm coil and 100mm magnet make this an incredibly efficient and reliable speaker, with outstanding sound quality and a maximum amp power of 150W. Other features include superior crossovers components, gold plated terminals and a three-position EQ switch.



2-way in-ceiling system

Drive Units

1x ø25mm (1in) Nautilus™ swirl loaded aluminium dome tweeter

1x ø200mm (8in) blue Kevlar® cone bass/midrange

Frequency Range (-6dB)

35Hz – 50kHz

Recommended Amp Power

25 – 150w

Sensitivity SPL (2.83V, 1m)


Impedance Nominal (min)

8Ω (4.5Ω)

Frame diameter

290mm (11.4in)

Cut-out diameter

250mm (9.8in)

Depth behind surface

133mm (5.2in)


4mm (0.2in)

Pre-mount Kit


Back Box


Package Content:

  • CCM6 Series speaker assembly (baffle, frame and bezel, grille)
  • Cut-out template
  • Paint mask
  • Document pack contain

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