tst239 silver transducer
TST239 Silver Transducer

The TST239 Silver transducer is a great choice for the most entry-level audio applications, but don’t let that fool you. This transducer can be mounted vertically or horizontally and has more than twice the output of competing products. Its dependable performance shines as it takes your movies and video games to a whole new level, without depleting your finances. With its affordability and solid performance, it’s easy to see why it should be your first choice for home theater and gaming.

The TST239 Silver Transducer is an excellent choice for most entry-level audio applications. This product is widely used in the game chair market, providing solid performance at an affordable price. The TST239 Silver can be used in some home theater applications.

Originally developed for military and commercial training simulators, Full Contact Audio® transducers were specifically designed to transfer sounds like gunshots and explosions into a tactile experience that can be felt as well as heard. This technology was enthusiastically received by the video gaming community. Gamers of all ages love the intensified sensory experience of competing in a gaming chair with a Clark Synthesis transducer.

The TST239 Silver requires an amplifier for operation. Clark Synthesis recommends an amplifier stable at 4 ohms that can deliver 100-125 watts @ 4 ohms (per transducer).


  • Continuous power handling: 100 watts
  • Impedance: 4 ohms
  • Overload Protection: Polyswitch
  • Frequency Response: 15Hz to 17kHz
  • Electrical Connection: 3ft. – 16/2 wire
  • Dimensions: 8 in. diam. x 2.25 in. high
  • Recommended Amplification: 100 – 125 watts at 4 ohms
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Click here for a mounting guide.

Click here for a mounting guide.

Yes!  Clark Synthesis TSTs are used in therapy chairs, therapy beds, massage tables, etc. If you do a Google search for Vibroacoustic, you will find many products that contain Clark Synthesis TSTs.

Clark Synthesis Tactile Sound Transducers (TSTs) transform pure audio as electrical energy into pure audio as vibrational energy.  TSTs are much more than shakers.  Shakers only make things shake.  TSTs faithfully reproduce audio signals bringing new levels of realism and enjoyment to VR spaces, Home Theaters, Simulators, Movie Theaters, etc.

Yes. Be sure to wire the TSTs in-phase so they all work together.

Ventilation is not always required. However, warmer climates and environments may require ventilation. Contact Clark Synthesis for specific recommendations.

We recommend 3 inches of clearance.

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.

This means both TSTs are wired the same way to the amplifier.

Click here for a mounting guide.

Tactile Sound is pure audio that is felt through touch and is heard through bone conduction.

We recommend a 125 watt amplifier at 4 ohms for the TST239 and a 150 watt amplifier at 4 ohms for the three-series and four-series TSTs.

We recommend the TST329 Gold TST for dirty environments. We recommend the AW339 for dirty environments that may be extremely damp.

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