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SM SERIES SPEAKERS The Atlas SM Series expands on the industry standard Strategy Series®


IN CEILING SPEAKERS Atlas Sound offers several cost-effective, 8" speaker pack- ages. The AT-SD72W package includes a 10 oz. magnet, dual cone loudspeaker with a 5-watt dual voltage trans- former fully assembled onto an attractive CRS white powder coated grille. This grille includes welded speaker mounting studs making for a more discrete installed appearance. The AT-SD72WV includes a 50Ω baffle mounted potentiometer for applications requiring volume controls. The AT-GD87W package offers the contractor an upscale package featuring a GD87 coaxial 8" loudspeaker. The AT-GD87 offers similar sonic qualities to the Atlas AT-C803A speaker. The package is matched with a 8 watt 70.7V transformer with primary taps at 1,2,4 & 8 watts. Each SD and GD speaker package is individually packaged for stock and delivery convenience.


AT-GD87W • 8". Highest quality package featuring GD87 coaxial with 8W 70.7V transformer and white baffle.


AT-SD72W • 8". Dual cone speaker with 5W 70.7V transformer and white baffle.


AT-SD72WV • 8". Dual cone speaker with 5W 70.7V transformer, white baffle, and baffle mounted volume control.


• The AT-SD722W combines a world-renowned Atlas 8" commercial duty 5 oz. loudspeaker with the industry’s most accepted grille design to create a very aggressively priced ceiling speaker solution.


• 25V/70.7V operation with 1⁄4, 1⁄2, 1 & 2 watt transformer taps • 62-8 style white grille


AT-DT12 • The Atlas Sound AT-DT12 is a 1' x 2' drop in speaker package designed to be easily installed into a 2' x 2' or 2' x 4' acoustic tile ceilings. The unit features an 8" dual cone loudspeaker with a 10 oz. magnet and an integrated 25V/70.7V transformer with 8Ω bypass and external tap selector. The speaker is housed in an incorporated low profile conical enclosure that enhances low frequency out- put while minimizing height for greater installation flexibility. The unit includes an E.O. box with cover located on the side of the enclosure that aids in connecting either rigid or flexible conduit. The DT12 is certified to UL1480 and UL2043 safety listings.


• 97dB, 105°, .25, .5, 1, 2, 4, & 8Ω


speaker line with weather-resistant, sur-


face-mount speaker models. Models include the Strategy Series AT-SM42T (25/70.7/100V) 4", two-way speaker system, AT-SM52T (25/70.7/100V) 5-1⁄4", two-way speaker system and the Strategy Series AT-SM82T (25/70.7/100V) 8" two-way loudspeaker system. System components consist of highly-efficient woofer sections and titanium dome high frequency devices. The Strategy Series surface mount weather resistant loudspeakers, models AT-SM42T, AT-SM52T, and AT-SM82T, are constructed of weather-resis- tant materials: UV-resistant talc impregnated, polypropylene injection molded cabinets, Hycone®


treated woofer cones,


powder coated aluminum grill and all brass hardware. Strat- egy Series surface mount compression driver loudspeakers, models AT-SM8XCT (8") and AT-SM12CXT (12"), are coaxial type cabinets featuring high-efficiency and pattern control in a new, highly versatile enclosure system designed to fit a wide variety of applications. The multi-angle enclosure features multiple 1⁄4"-20 inserts providing fly points for a variety of mounting configurations; it can also be used as a dual angle floor monitor or stand mounted. Available in White (-WH) or Black (-B). All models also include an 8Ω bypass.


AT-SM42T • 16W (Transformer Limited)


• 88dB • 2, 4, 8, & 16


AT-SM52T • 30W (Transformer Limited)


• 90dB • .94, 1.9, 3.7, 7.5, 15, & 30


AT-SM82T • 60W (Transformer Limited) • 92dB • 1.9, 3.8, 7.5, 15, 30, & 60


AT-SM8CXT • 60W (Transformer Limited) • 92dB • 7.5, 15, 30, & 60


AT-SM12CXT • 60W (Transformer Limited) • 99dB • 7.5, 15, 30, & 60


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