All-Weather Transducer (AW339)
This transducer was designed to withstand the challenging environmental conditions found around hot tubs, spas, whirlpools, boat hulls, and outdoor decks. Knowing that transducers could activate the materials used to construct these structures (usually fiberglass and wood), the developers created the AW339 All-Weather transducer. Today, this transducer offers its users the flexibility of a hidden mount paired with the gift of surprisingly-clear, full-frequency sound.
- Continuous power handling: 135 watts
- Impedance: 4 ohms
- Overload Protection: Polyswitch
- Frequency Response: 10Hz to 17kHz
- Electrical Connection: 3ft. – 16 guage, 2 wire
- Dimensions: 8 in. diam. x 2.25 in. high
- Recommended Amplification: 125 – 150 watts at 4 ohms
This means both TSTs are wired the same way to the amplifier.
We recommend 16 gauge wire for up to 50 feet of length; 14 gauge wire for 50 feet to 150 feet; 12 gauge for distanced greater than 150 feet.
We recommend the TST329 Gold TST for dirty environments. We recommend the AW339 for dirty environments that may be extremely damp.
We recommend 3 inches of clearance.
Ventilation is not always required. However, warmer climates and environments may require ventilation. Contact Clark Synthesis for specific recommendations.
Tactile Sound is pure audio that is felt through touch and is heard through bone conduction.
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The AW339 is a great addition to your spa/hot tub. We recommend one transducer for a small hot tub and two transducers for a large hot tub.
Here’s how to do it:
Step 1. Get to the underside of your hot tub.
Step 2. Decide where to put your transducers.
Step 3. Clear out any insulation so that you can reach the fiberglass wall.
Step 4. You may have to sand the fiberglass wall to make it flat and smooth. (CAUTION: if you sand down the fiberglass, wear proper breathing protection, eye protection and skin protection).
Step 5. Use a two-part slow-cure epoxy to attach the Unimount Brackets to the fiberglass wall. The Unimount Brackets are included with the AW339s.
Step 6. Wait for the epoxy to fully cure.
Step 7. Attach each AW339 to each Unimount Bracket.
Step 8. Wire the AW339s to your sound system and enjoy!
We recommend using one TST for smaller hot tubs and two for larger hot tubs.