- 1″ Bolt-On Highs Driver
- Titanium Diaphragm
- 105 dB – 60 Watts
PRICE FOR SINGLE UNIT
The D230Ti-B compression driver is known for excellent driver performance, reliability, and power handling as replacement and upgrade for many PA speakers that use a standard 2 or 3 bolt pattern horn.
- Throat Diameter: 1″
- Type: Bolt-On
- Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms
- Rated AES Power Handling (RMS): 30 Watts
- Program Power: 60 Watts
The voice coil is a copper clad aluminum wire wound on a Kapton high temperature coil former. The one-piece titanium diaphragm reduces the amount of moving mass, extending the high frequency response of the driver.
This is also available in both bolt-on and screw-on models (D230T-B / D230Ti-S). The D230Ti-B is a lightweight driver that weighs just 2lbs, and yet offers you outstanding response through 20kHz. The pure titanium diaphragm is supported by a Kapton former results in a light weight, yet durable design and offers a more natural sound for high SPL applications.
The D230Ti-B is designed to ensure a quality sound and long lasting play in your large environment applications and replacing your old drivers is easy with the standard 1” bolt-on design.
|Exit Throat Diameter||1” (25.4mm)|
|Nominal impedance||8 Ohms|
|Rated AES Power Handling (RMS)||30 Watts|
|Program Power||60 Watts|
|Sensitivity 2.83V at 1m||105 dB|
|Recommended Hi Pass Crossover** **For Full Power Handling||2000 Hz** **12db Per Octave Crossover|
|Frequency Response at -10dB||1,800 – 20,000 Hz|
|Voice Coil Diameter||1.4″ (35.5 mm)|
|Voice Coil Wire||Copper|
|Voice Coil Former Material||Kapton|
|Flux Density||1.65 T|
|Overall Diameter||3.54” (90 mm)|
|Overall Depth||1.81” (46 mm)|
|Mounting Bolt Circle||M6 x 2 3” (76.2 mm) M6 x 3 2.4” (61.1 mm)|
|Net Weight||1.9 lbs (0.86 kg)|
|Shipping Weight||2.14 lbs (0.97 kg)|
|Carton Dimensions W x L x H||3.74” x 3.74” x 3.15” (95 x 95 x 80 mm)|
Got a pair of these to replace a set of mismatched drivers in some sidefill cabs. They sound great and are half the weight of the previous high end. We'll see how they hold up over time.