A Beston RT002A tweeter's driven radiating surface mass is usefully low, and contributes to the transducer's superb range, efficiency, tonal neutrality, and transient response. The motor, diaphragm, and carefully controlled horn loading are skillfully integrated to create a perfect balance of sensitivity and wide, even dispersion. Great for MTM designs.
A ribbon tweeter's radiating surface approaches the theoretical ideal of a zero-mass audio source. The articulation, attack, and sonic transparency are quite impressive, and the diaphragm's monolithic shape and orientation provide a broad horizontal and tightly controlled dispersion characteristic, which is ideal for many listening environments. Beston's carefully sculpted waveguide faceplate further improves the tweeter's linear emission of smooth, extended high frequencies.
Achieve studio monitor-like audio precision with your next high-efficiency speaker project! A third order (18 dB/octave) or higher crossover is recommended to achieve maximum power handling. Minimum recommended crossover frequency: 2,500 Hz