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Blaupunkt TW1B 1" Silk Dome Neo Magnet 100 Watts Tweeters for Car Audio

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Blaupunkt TW1B 1" Silk Dome Neo Magnet 100 Watts Tweeters for Car Audio

The Blaupunkt 1” Silk Dome Neo Magnet Tweeter with 100W max Power. (TW1-B) provides the perfect tweeter tone for your car audio. Made with the highest technical quality to ensure maximum reliability and durability. The 25mm silk dome diaphragm with 20mm CCAW voice coil creates great sound you can ever imagine. The TW1-B 1" car audio tweeter features a strong neodymium magnet its 25MM Silk Dome Diaphragm and a 4 Ohm impedance for the best audio. The TW1-B has a maximum power handling of 100 watts and an RMS power handling of 50 watts.

  • ABS Housing
  • 25mm Silk Dome Diaphragm
  • 20mm CCAW Voice Coil
  • Strong NeoDymium Magnet
  • Impedance: 4 Ohms
  • Power Output (RMS): 50 watts Power Output (Peak): 100 Watts
  • Frequency Response: 3.5KHz – 20Khz
  • Sensitivity: 92dB@ 1W/1M
  • 2 Way mount System: Flush, Angle
  • Overall Depth: 24mm (0.94)
  • Mounting Depth: 18mm (0.71)
  • Cutout Diameter: 39mm (1.54)

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