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NEW PRODUCT – Stereo Enclosed Speaker Set – 3W 4 Ohm

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NEW PRODUCT – Stereo Enclosed Speaker Set – 3W 4 Ohm – Listen up! This set of two 2.8″ x 1.2″ speakers are the perfect addition to any audio project where you need 4 ohm impedance and 3W or less of power. We particularly like these speakers as they are small and enclosed for good audio volume and quality. The pair have a handy SPK input cable to add audio to your displays (it’s a 4-pin JST XH series that is 2.5mm spacing but can be sort of shoved onto 0.1″ spaced headers)

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We’re specifically carrying these to use with our our 10.1 inch, 7 inch, or 5.6 inch 1280×800 Display w/ Audio driver boards. However, they work peachy-keen with any of out audio amps as well, such as the MAX98306, TS2012 or TPA2016 stereo class D amplifiers.

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