Upgrade your speaker cabinets today using PRV Audio's D3220Ti-Nd 2" neodymium compression driver. High output and smooth frequency response allows you to use this horn driver in almost any high output audio application: pro, home, or car. Standard 4-bolt pattern and weighs less than 5 lbs.
Kapton® former and titanium diaphragm for neutral sound
Designed for high frequency use 1,600 to 19,000 Hz
High 108 dB sensitivity with lightweight neodymium motor
Four M6 bolt holes for secure horn coupling with included mounting bolts
Spring-loaded speaker terminals
PRV Audio's D3220Ti-Nd 2" pure titanium, neodymium compression driver offers a surprisingly smooth, neutral sound not normally found in titanium compression drivers at this price point, and weighs less than 5 pounds. In fact, the D3220Ti-Nd competes with drivers costing up to three times as much! A 2" exit and four bolt pattern makes this the perfect upgrade horn driver for many popular professional audio speaker cabinets.
High output mobile audio enthusiasts choose the PRV Audio D3220Ti-Nd for extreme SPL car audio competitions in South America, while DJs use it in high SPL speaker cabinets for entertaining crowds that number in the thousands. The neodymium motor helps to keep cabinets as light as possible, even when using this large format horn driver.
The pure titanium diaphragm is attached to a 3" diameter copper voice coil with Kapton® former for the lowest possible moving mass without sacrificing power handling. This allows for an amazing 108 dB of output with only 1 watt (2.83V) of input power, when measured at one meter, for use in even the loudest of environments! Mounting hardware is included
Specifications: • Power handling: 110 watts RMS with recommended crossover of 1,600 Hz, 12 dB/octave slope • VCdia: 3" • Impedance: 8 ohms • Frequency response: 1,600-19,000 Hz • SPL: 110 dB 1W/1m • Dimensions: 4.88" diameter x 2.2" depth • Net weight: 4.72 lbs. • Mounting: 4 x M6 bolt holes on a 4" diameter (hardware included) • Replacement diaphragm available (please see Related Items).
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