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NEW PRODUCT – Breadboard-Friendly PCB Mount Mini Speaker – 8 Ohm 0.2W

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NEW PRODUCT – Breadboard-Friendly PCB Mount Mini Speaker – 8 Ohm 0.2W

Listen up! This 1.1″ (~30mm) diameter speaker is the perfect addition to any breadboard-based audio project where you need 8 Ohm impedance, and have 0.2W or less of power. The two pins are 15mm / 0.6″ apart and fit perfectly in a breadboard or perfboard. This speaker has a durable protective plastic casing that’s still lightweight.

Works great with our Wave shield or class D amplifier board (just be careful not to overdrive it)

In stock and shipping now!


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