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  • Q: What are the speaker dimensions?  (2 Answers)

    By Glenn 

    • A41.5 inches tall, 8.5 inches wide, 12.5 inches deep and if you want to consider the feet on width they are 11.7 inches wide.

      By ME4323 

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  • Q: the price. is this for set or single?  (2 Answers)

    By j19 

    • AIt is per speaker. Multiply times two for a pair.

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  • Q: How do these compare to the s60? Are they better in midrange?  (2 Answers)

    By Mark 

    • AThe greatest difference between the two is the 60's provide more bottom-end than the 55's. The mids on both are very close, so it depends on how much bass you want. If you have a quality subwoofer, the 55's are the ticket.

      By DrAlan 

  • Q: What is the wattage rating of these speaker? I have a amp that produces 200W a channel  (1 Answer)

    By fred 

    • AThey are recommended for 20-200 watts per channel.

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  • Q: How many watts this series got? Thanks  (3 Answers)

    By Ray 

    • AThe signature series is an excellent line, and I recommend them to anyone who wants to upgrade their current system. The lineup includes the SS-50's, 55's, and 60's. The amplification specs on each are 20-150 watts for the 50's, 20-200 watts for the 55's, and 20-300 watts for the 60's. An adequate receiver that provides around 100 watts-per-channel will fit the bill just fine.

      By DrAlan 

  • Q: What is the height of the speaker?  (4 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • AJust under 42" top to floor

      By Tribe67 

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