Fire-rated back-box

Engineered to entertain

Safety first: dependable defence if the temperature rises


Fire-rated back-box

Engineered to entertain

Some regions require fire-proof back-boxes for in-wall and in-ceiling installations. The Dynaudio Fire-rated Back-box is a shallow-depth rear enclosure for use with all our Performance series in ceiling and in wall speakers.

It’s made of solid metal, and is packed with Morgan Superwool to provide one hour of protection in accordance with building regulations. The back-box will also mount into standard 16in-on-centre studs.


Fire-rated back-box


  • Status Current
  • Segment Custom Install
  • Range Accessories
  • Type Back Box
  • Internal Volume 18L
  • Weight Ibs 0
  • Width mm 446
  • Height mm 455
  • Depth mm 89
  • Width inches 17 4/8
  • Height inches 17 7/8
  • Height (with spikes) inches 0

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    • Fire-rated back-box
    • Current
    • Custom Install
    • Accessories
    • Back Box
    • 18L
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    • 446
    • 455
    • 89
    • 17 4/8
    • 17 7/8
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