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2W 8 Ohm 20mm Subminiature High Power Speaker

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DISCONTINUED - A 2W miniature High Power Speaker, designed for PC, monitor, notebook or similar applications where high sound quality is required in limited space environments

Availability: Out Of Stock.

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3318£2.20
(£2.64 incl VAT)
£1.95
(£2.34 incl VAT)

Please note: this product has been discontinued and is present for reference only. It is not possible to buy this product.

A 2W 8 Ohm 20mm high quality miniature speaker designed for PC, monitor, notebook or similar applications where high sound quality is required in limited space environments.

Rare-earth Neodymium magnets and foam rubber edged metallised cones are utilised to produce a superb quality full range output.

RoHS compliant.

Features:

  • High quality miniature speaker.
  • Full range output.

Contents:

  • 1 x 2W 8 Ohm 20mm Sub-miniature High Power Speaker.

Dimensions:

  • Length: 20mm.
  • Width: 20mm.
  • Height: 9.5mm.

Resources:

Please note: this product has been discontinued and is present for reference only. It is not possible to buy this product.

Physical characteristics:

  • Length: 20mm.
  • Width: 20mm.
  • Height: 9.5mm.

Electrical characteristics:

  • Impedance: 8 Ohms.
  • Resonance: 530Hz.
  • Volume: 80dB.
  • Power: 2W.
  • Peak Power: 4W.

Questions:

Posted by Jake Stanger, Monday, 8 June 2015 on product 2W 8 Ohm 20mm Subminiature High Power Speaker
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    Hi Jake, The product doesn’t come with any fitting brackets, and we don’t stock any brackets either.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Monday, 8 June 2015
Posted by Vish, Tuesday, 17 June 2014 on product 2W 8 Ohm 20mm Subminiature High Power Speaker
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    A: They are compatible, the sound quality will not be as good as the larger, full range speakers though. These speakers are designed for projects where space is limited.
    Posted by Aaron Sturman on Tuesday, 17 June 2014

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