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Product description

Features:
Class A magnetic circuit, diversion magnetic circuit design, effectively guarantee long-term stable operation of high power. Good sound quality, true fever level tweeter. Simple style, with protection net, independent protection, can prevent the loudspeaker from receiving damage. Thickened iron basin frame, fiber pulp high temperature forming basin, ultra-light foam edge, sound quality and transparent, sound field wide and thick. Two layers 25-core ASV pure copper voice coil, high temperature resistance, fast heat dissipation.

Spezifikations:
Material: Iron
Size: Approx. 10.5*10.5*4cm/4.13*4.13*1.57inch
Diagonal screw distance: 90mm/3.54inch
Mounting hole size: 78mm/3.07inch
Diameter: 108mm/4.25inch
Impedance: 8ohms
Sensitivity: 95dB
Rated power: 15W
Power: 30W Max
Frequency range: 800-1850Hz
Voice coil dia: 14mm


Package list:
1 x 3Inch Tweeter


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Socobeta with Protection Net Tweeter Speaker for Speaker Accesso

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