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Clark Synthesis TST209 Tactile Transducer Bass Shaker
I wanted to mount this to a tiered seating platform that is 88 inches long. I understand it is recommended that two be used for this length but is this the type that is okay to be platform mounted like the Platinum model?
Yes these can be mounted the same, the difference being the amount of force you get between the models.
Date published: 2014-07-23
Hi, I can't find the TST209 on the Clark website. Is it a discontinued product? I like to build a series of a product and like to get it next year as well. Thanks, Ebi
The TST209 is exclusive to Parts Express and will only be found on our website.
Date published: 2014-04-23
CAN this be mounted vertically? the pdf instructions list all other clark products, but the TST209 is not mentioned in the installation... ALSO the PE TST209 product description says "Mounts horizontally or vertically", please confirm thank you
Yes this item can be mounted horizontally or vertically.
Date published: 2014-04-15
Which class D plate amp would be ideal to power 2 of these Clarks? What would be the proper way to wire them, series or parallel? What ohm and RMS wattage would the proper wiring result in? Thanks!
I would recommend any of the 500 watt plate amp models we offer, from Dayton, Yung or Bash. I would not recommend anything with a bass boost however. The transducers would have to be wired in series which will provide about 125-150 watts of power to each transducer.
Date published: 2014-03-27
How could I wire 6 of these to a subwoofer plate amp? I want to run 3 under each row (2 rows), in a platform. Does anyone have a wiring diagram? Thanks in advance. Also if anyone has ideas for a raised platform?
It is possible to wire 6 of these together and end up with a 6 ohm load. You will have to wire two sets of three in series, and wire those two sets together in parallel.
Date published: 2014-01-15
Which AMP to power 3 TST209's?
I have 3 TST209's. Which amp can you recommend? Cheaper the better. Thank you.
that depends on whether your planing on running them in series as a 12 Ohm load, or in parallel as a 1.34Ohm load.some amps are 1 Ohm stable, few yes, but there are probably fewer amps that list a bridged output spec into 12 Ohms, though any amp will survive a 12 Ohm load, where the same can't be said for a 1.34 Ohm load...Looking at the transducer specs, i have to go with the listed peak and work my way back through to:500 RMS Watts, (+/- 50), amplifier power listed as the output at your chosen load.
Date published: 2013-11-13