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 Invisa 600 GoldenEar Technology - Brisbane HiFi

Invisa 600

GoldenEar Technology

Looking for a high performance affordable alternative to the “Contractor Quality” in-walls your builder might suggest? The Invisa 600 is based on our best-selling Invisa 650, with the same one-piece marble-infused unitized driver/frame/flange construction built around the same 6.5" driver. It also offers the same minimal footprint, which delivers the exceptional performance advantages of a 6.5" driver based system, in a compact size comparable to the size of most competitors' 5.25" systems. Of course, it also features a paintable MagneLock grille with an optional square grille available.

Instead of our signature HVFR tweeter, the 600 incorporates a newly developed 1" pure titanium dome tweeter, which has a special silk surround. It is pivotable, of course. Its performance, while not quite that of our folded ribbon, is excellent and we believe the best of any dome tweeter available in in-wall, in-ceiling architectural products. Of course, a complex crossover is utilized to ensure seamless blending and voicing is signature GoldenEar all the way.Click here to read the Brochure.


Dimensions: 858" (21.9 cm) Diameter x 3716" (8.6 cm) Deep

Cutout:718" (18.1 cm) Diameter

Weight: 4 lbs. (1.82 kg)

Frequency Response: 38 Hz – 22 kHz

Efficiency: 90 dB

Nominal Impedance: Compatible with 8 ohms

Driver Complement: One 6.5" high-definition cast-basket MVPP™ mid/bass driver, One 1" Pivoting Titanium Dome Tweeter with Silk Surround

Rec. Amplication: 10 – 200 Watt/channel

Sometimes we want to listen to our brand new audio setup without having to worry about dragging B&W up two flights of stairs - that's where we come in! Not only are our team experts in high quality AV equipment, they're also professional bodybuilders* who can deliver and install your new toys quickly and efficiently.

Our in-house team can service those in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and the Sunshine Coast. Give us a call to get an obligation-free quote today!

*the term 'professional bodybuilders' is used here loosely...