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Clark Synthesis Presents – Wiring One or More TST239 Silver Transducers

Wiring One TST239 –> 0:15
Wiring Two TST239s –> 0:40
Wiring Four TST239s –> 1:34

Wiring One TST239
Clark Synthesis recommends an amplifier rated 100-125 Watts per channel at 4 ohms (Pay attention to the 4 ohms!)
Attach the striped wire to the amplifier’s positive (+) output
Attach the clear wire to the amplifier’s negative (–) output

Wiring Two TST239s
Clark Synthesis recommends an amplifier rated 100-125 Watts per channel at 4 ohms (Pay attention to the 4 ohms!)
Connect TST #1’s clear wire to TST #2’s striped wire with a wire nut )you can also solder & use heat shrink tubing)
Attach TST #1’s striped wire to the amplifier’s positive (+) output
Attach TST #2’s clear wire to the amplifier’s negative (–) output

Wiring Four TST239s
Clark Synthesis recommends an amplifier rated 400-500 Watts per channel at 4 ohms (pay attention to the 4 ohms!)
Connect TST #1’s clear wire to TST #2’s striped wire
Connect TST #3’s clear wire to TST #4’s striped wire
Connect a cable from the Transducers to the amplifier
Connect a striped wire to TST #1 & TST #3’s striped wires
Connect a clear wire to TST #2 & TST #4’s clear wires
Attach the striped wire to the amplifier’s positive (+) output
Attach the clear wire to the amplifier’s negative (–) output
Older products may have different color wires.
Please contact Clark Synthesis for more information.

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For more information contact Clark Synthesis
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