The SBS family of transducers consists of very versatile and wide range of woofers and passive radiators, ranging from 6.5″ to up to 12″ in diameter. These woofers and passive radiators use a rigid steel basket and single or double ferrite magnet, thus making them cost effective high performance drivers. Read more
TA family of drivers sets a high standard for compact full-range drivers, intended for applications such as television soundbars and other compact applications. Read more
Tymphany is pleased to announce the official launch of 12 new Peerless lifestyle transducers, Ferrite additions to the existing Neodymium PLS full-range transducer range.
Companies Combine Expertise in Audio Rendering, Wireless and Music Streaming To Develop Next Generation of Whole Home Audio Solutions for the Consumer Electronics Market
In Part 2 of our guide to reading transducer specification sheets we will be covering Qts, Sensitivity and Bandwidth with some elementary explanations, which will allow the reader a basis for understanding specification sheets.
There are many numbers and figures appearing on a transducer specification sheet, this three part series serves as a guide to understanding the key parameters which define how a transducer may differ in implementation into an audio system. In Part 1 we will be covering DCR, Sd, and fs, with some elementary explanations which will allow the reader a basis for understanding specification sheets.
Today’s article discusses the technology involved in designing compact, portable audio systems. We’re first focusing on how the audio system size drives certain requirements onto transducer size and performance. But, before we jump right to that, let’s take a step back to understand the needs of the marketplace.
Last week’s article discussed the technical design challenge of our FLT shallow compact woofer products. This weeks article will discuss in more detail the solution we used in engineering this shallow compact woofer.
The Blog is back, after a long pause! Today we’re writing about one of the new developments here at Tymphany: the FLT shallow compact woofer products, which use the newly developed Plica™ suspension technology.