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Compact solutions from Celestion

Compact solutions from Celestion

Compact solutions from Celestion

UK manufacturer Celestion has unveiled the first two products in its new AF range of ‘value-priced, weather-resistant, compact, low-profile drivers’. Designed for use in compact line arrays, column speakers and compact single-speaker applications, the 3-inch AF3010 and 4-inch AF4010 are said to complement the company’s existing AN series of line array drivers.

The lightweight (around 600g) AF series, when combined with existing AN drivers, will provide users with a wider range of driver sizes and construction types ‘to suit all design budgets’. The AF3010 and AF4010 feature ferrite magnets and coated paper cones in a pressed-steel chassis.

The AF3010 is a 35W driver with a sensitivity of 87dB (at 1W/1m) and a frequency range of 120Hz to 19kHz. The larger AF4010 also delivers 35W, with a higher sensitivity of 88dB and a frequency range of 100Hz to 16kHz. The manufacturer developed the range to optimise acoustic and electromagnetic performance and deliver wider dispersion to higher frequencies.

In other news, Celestion has also developed two small-format coaxial drivers, the TFX0512 and TFX0615. Designed to provide a cost-effective partner to the company’s FTX series of coaxial units, both drivers feature a ferrite motor driving the low-frequency element. For high-frequency reproduction, the TFX0512 and TFX0615 include a ¾-inch and 1-inch neodymium magnet element and silk diaphragm, respectively. The compact size of the HF unit means that it can be positioned inside the LF driver’s voice coil, reportedly providing well-matched directivity and time alignment of the LF and HF signals.

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