Tang Band's T1-1931S features a passive radiator-assisted 1" driver that plays from 105 to 20,000 Hz in a tiny 3.5" x 1.44" package. Design modern speakers never before thought possible.
- The easiest way to add hi-fi sound to almost any project
- 31 mm polypropylene-composite dome driver
- A small, oval passive radiator extends response to 150 Hz
- Tiny 4.25" H x 1.42" W x 0.76" D self-contained design
Tang Band T1-1931S Speaker Module | 89 x 36,5 mm | 1" PP. rectangle full range module
Tang Band's line of patented speaker modules are designed for modern audio applications such as sound bars, desktop multimedia speakers, flat panel tv speakers, and portable audio systems. Don't let Tang Band's diminutive driver modules fool you; each is built with a passive radiator that extends midbass frequency response, allowing these to mate to a subwoofer system quite easily.
The T1-1931S speaker module from Tang Band is built around a passive radiator assisted, polypropylene composite 31 mm inverted dome driver. This allows for a very full frequency response from a single, small driver. Advantages of this type of speaker design include the elimination of crossover components in the critical midrange, superb off-axis response due to the use of a small driver (without hot spots), and perfect time-alignment.
Tang Band incorporated mounting tabs and a two-pin wiring harness jack into the T1-1931S to facilitate mounting and amplifier connection to the optional KIT-0041 speaker module mounting kit with amplifier. For custom applications, two polarity-indicated solder points are built onto the driver PCB.
Note: Tang Band recommends the use of a 2nd order (-12 dB/octave) 100 Hz high pass filter for the best possible sound. Higher power handling and output is possible through the use of multiple modules.