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Philips 314113000201 R TMM 2-Way LCD TV Speaker Module

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  • Unique TMM (tweeter, mid, mid) design with passive radiator
  • Smooth frequency response from 80 to 20,000 Hz
  • Great for use as a stand-alone speaker with an industrial look
  • Use two together to make a great sounding speaker bar
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Weight: 1.5500 lbs.  
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Philips 314113000201 R TMM 2-Way LCD TV Speaker Module

Philips designed this self-contained, TMM (tweeter, mid, mid) 2-way speaker for use in the right side of many different flat panel LCD TVs, from 32" to 50" in size. The durable ABS enclosure is designed to resist heat and shock.

A 1" poly dome tweeter (with a 1/2" dust cap) is mated to two 2" paper cone midwoofers with rubber surround for very good dispersion characteristics. For extended low frequency response, a rear-mounted 1-1/2" wide by 4" long aluminum cone passive radiator, with rubber surround, tunes the sealed enclosure to 115 Hz.

Speaker connection is provided through a 3/16" male disconnect for positive and a 1/8" male disconnect for negative. Four 3/8" tabs with rubber isolation grommets are provided at each corner of the enclosure for secure mounting.

This speaker module features smooth sound from 80 Hz all the way to 20,000 Hz, making it great for use as a standalone speaker with an industrial look (great for art installations), or as a speaker bar when two are mounted side-by-side.

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Specifications: • Power handling: 15 watts RMS/30 watts max • Impedance: 4 ohms • Frequency response: 80-20,000 Hz • SPL: 85 dB 1W/1m • Dimensions: 14-3/4" H x 3" W x 7/8" D (at thinnest point), 2-1/2" D (at thickest point). 

Product Specifications
  • Input Rating4 ohm
  • Special FeaturesWater Resistant,Speaker Bar
  • Woofer Diameter2-1/2"
  • Configuration2-way
  • ColorBlack
Philips 314113000201 R TMM 2-Way LCD TV Speaker Module
  • BrandFactory Buyouts
  • Part Number299-680
  • UPC848864013022
  • Product CategorySound Bars / Speaker Bars
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (16 Reviews)
  • Weight1.5500 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Philips 314113000201 R TMM 2-Way LCD TV Speaker Module
Philips 314113000201 R TMM 2-Way LCD TV Speaker Module is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from surprisingly nice sounding w/passiveRecieved these bargains a day ago. Hooked them up to a Dayton DTA 100 and thought they sounded real nice. Compared them to some 2way Moreltweet /SB mid bookshelf and really other then less bass the Phillips sound great. I liked them. Will make a sound bar with them. Passive speaker really works quite well. Add a small sub and you have saved
Date published: 2014-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Killer speakers for a variety of purposesGuys - I bought two of these, plus a Lepai LP-2020A+ and figured I could find something clever for them to do. When I got them I was shocked at the sound quality of the combination. Crystalline, lifelike mids and highs, and unsuspected amounts of bass from the radiator - just make sure they are close to a reflective surface (like the TV in the pictures, or a wall) otherwise the bass will drop off substantially.I'm including a picture of what I came up with - the long part that sticks out makes a perfect "base" when cut off, then superglued to the main speaker (point from another guy - there's a letter "R" printed on the long part - if you cut there you will avoid slicing the internal wiring - which is why one box is shorter than the other!)Key point is to seal the main speaker enclosure - I cut 3/4 inch off of the long part and krazy glued those to the small opening to seal the main box, preserving the bass - I'm kind of a hack so it doesn't look polished, but is sounds awesome.I use it as an upgrade to the AV stack in the master bedroom. RCA outputs feed from my TV (which gets volume control from the TV remote) and I use a short 3.5mm extension for the 2nd input, for MP3/ tablets (shown) and other devices.Unbelievable sound upgrade - for DIY'ers, this'll put sound bars or computer speakers out of business!
Date published: 2014-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty neat little speakerI purchased these mainly because of the price. I envisioned placing them in a custom made mini tower and using them as desktop speakers. I used a 300uf cap on them to filter out the lows and they play very clearly and are fairly loud. Without the cap they sound find but only at lower volumes…once you add some high volume you start to pick up some clipping due to over excursion; especially with heavy bass material. Still at moderate volumes you could play them without the cap, I just think they sound clearer with the cap and its fun to watch those little woofers bounce around cleanly when they are filtered properly. They require a sub or some other dedicated speaker to handle the lows otherwise the sound is not rounded as it’s mainly just mids and highs; this is obvious with such small woofers and my cap usage. However once a small sub is added the sound is very nice, actually surprisingly good. They would make excellent tallish mini towers (thinking over 40 inches) for use on either side of a TV along with a sub; in this configuration they would “disappear” due to how slender the towers could be made. Personally the tweeters are not as smooth as I like (this is a subjective observation); you could add an additional, better, tweeter to your build I suppose. All in all for low $$ and as hobbyist these are a great buy to experiment with. Cabinets are made out of Birch wood, stained and finished in Satin Poly with cut out in the rear for the Passive radiator. Modules mounted from the inside and all empty space around the module filled with foam. These are self-contained and tuned modules so this is technically not needed but once I did stuff them the mids sounded tighter and clearer to my ear so I left them stuffed; I think it helped control resonance/ vibrations of the actual wood cabinet which is thin Birch. Lastly, the speakers may be inexpensive but once you start adding the sub and the woodwork supplies things start to add up…..but I guess that is the nature of a hobby.
Date published: 2014-12-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from had to try these, no regrets!6 of them arrived maybe 10 days ago to experiment with. cut two to half length joining the bottoms, I dont recommend trying to alter what Philips produced.. so back to what I originally thought.. mini towers with expanding horns for the rear mounted passive radiators to bounce out of. they sound good now but I might get a little better bass by adding angled panel at the module's lower mount block, we'll see.
Date published: 2014-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet Little Units!I love to experiment, especially when it's cheap! I purchased 4 of these units just for the Halibut because I was curious.. Hooked a couple of them up and I was impressed but they just needed something.. Like, maybe a cabinet?I didn't want to put a lot of time in building cabinets for $5 speakers so I started playing around. Propped them against a wall.. Laid them down on their sides on the bar between the kitchen and living area on oven mitts so they didn't vibrate off.. Naa.. (I agree on the awkward enclosure) Hung them from the ceiling with nylon string.. Now we're getting somewhere!Planted some tomatoes this last spring and had a few tomato support cages left over. (32") The brain's a churnin' now! Set the cage upside down, bent the prongs in so they met in the center of the rings, tied them together with some wire, found some old boot laces and hung the speakers in the center of the cage as close to the top as possible. (So none of the case touch the structure) Wala! Speaker!Still sounded a little "Hollow" but good. Gave them a "Hillbilly Acoustical Response Adjustment" by draping a towel over the cage on the back and sides of the speaker.. WOW! Took the mid shrillness away and increased the bass response somewhat and made the bass much more defined. I'm impressed..Here's some pics. They sound the best on the floor.. Enjoy!..
Date published: 2014-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great speakers. awkward cabinetBought 8 of these and immediately bought 8 more. The sound is great. They near 85-87 db before terrible distortion. The tweeter is just ok to moderate on clarity. After hours of calculations I had to abandon the cabinet for most applications and cut the radiator out. Made a mold of 2 faceplates for a 2 unit setup, a and can produce as many new faceplates as desired. The 15w rating is too low. I put 18w on each and only overload, no clipping. The drivers themselves are 8w 8 ohm and tweeter 15w (couldn't make out impedance stamped on the ones I cut up and didn't inspect the wiring path). Overall a great, cheap parts buy. You're looking at $30 plus to obtain all these parts separately and the passive radiator is priceless because I've never been able to find those types of items separate from a unit. I was able to use existing configuration for a 2 module portable speaker. The area behind the bottom flange worked well to tuck away a 9ah sla battery, 18x2 amp, charging module, and Bluetooth receiver with an eq, all for a tall, skinny portable unit that puts out real sound, lasts 4 hrs at full blast and was only $50 total. Charges using any laptop charger. Please be advised these speakers may cause jealousy and relationship problems as your significant other will not enjoy the time you spend imaging the possibilities and experimenting with these speaker modules, not to mention the parts all over the living room. Buy them now before they're gone!
Date published: 2014-11-03

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Philips 314113000201 R TMM 2-Way LCD TV Speaker Module

Are these magneticly sheilded?

Asked by: Stevedrivr
The speakers internally are not shielded
Answered by: TomI
Date published: 2014-10-09

I am going to be designing a very slim enclosure to house both the sealed Philips speakers as well as a woofer for LF. Looking at the Dayton ND105-4 woofer and the Peerless 830878. Will the Philips Passive Radiators affect the Dayton and Peerless setup?

Asked by: ahillelt
Yes it would. The Philips unit would work best mounted open-back, with the Dayton and Peerless mounted in a separate enclosure.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-23

Can you request left and right speakers when purchasing?  Bought 4 of these which have an "R" stamped on the front.  I need to buy the Left version so I can have correct pairs.

Asked by: Bryan C
Unfortunately we only have the right speakers available.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-23

So what airspace would they need to reach the 80hz in the specs? Or would you just add some poly?

Asked by: Hemy03
These are designed as a stand alone speaker system and do not require a separate cabinet. You will have to experiment with placement and fill in order to get the desired response you want from these.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-09-03

Any idea on the internal air volume these are using?

Asked by: Hemy03
Based on a rough calculation, the volume of these enclosures are ~.014 cubic feet, or ~0.3 liters.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-08-18

When you say the "wing" can be "cut off"  Are you referring to the actual enclosure? or the tabs? I would like to remove the bottom 4 1/2 in and put them in small stands.They are great as is and I wouldn't want them to sound any different.

Asked by: Rayy
By "wing" I meant the mounting tabs themselves. If you cut the bottom of the enclosure off you will create an open cavity and change the sound of the speaker entirely.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-27

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