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Clark Synthesis Presents – Wiring One or More TST329 Gold Transducers

Wiring One TST329 –> 0:15
Wiring Two TST329s –> 0:44
Wiring Four TST329s –> 1:35

Wiring One TST329
Clark Synthesis recommends an amplifier rated 125-150 watts per channel at 4 ohms (Pay attention to the 4 ohms!)
Attach the red wire to the amplifier’s positive (+) output
Attach the black wire to the amplifier’s negative (–) output

Wiring Two TST329s
Clark Synthesis recommends an amplifier rated 125-150 Watts per channel at 8 ohms (Pay attention to the 8 ohms!)
Connect TST #1’s black wire to TST #2’s red wire with a wire nut (you can also solder & use heat shrink tubing)
Attach TST #1’s red wire to the amplifier’s positive (+) output
Attach TST #2’s black wire to the amplifier’s negative (–) output

Wiring Four TST329s
Clark Synthesis recommends an amplifier rated 500-600 Watts per channel at 4 ohms (pay attention to the 4 ohms!)
Connect TST #1’s black wire to TST #2’s red wire
Connect TST #3’s black wire to TST #4’s red wire
Connect a cable from the Transducer to the amplifier
Connect a red wire to TST #1 & TST #3’s red wires
Connect a black wire to TST #2 & TST #4’s black wires
Attach the red wire to the amplifier’s positive (+) output
Attach the black wire to the amplifier’s negative (–) output
Longer runs may require larger gauge wires
Older products may have different color wires.
Please contact Clark Synthesis for more information.

View the TST329 Wiring Diagram: https://clarksynthesis.com/wpcontent/uploads/2020/02/WiringTransducerDiagram_TST329.png

For more information contact Clark Synthesis
303-797-7500
info@clarksynthesis.com
www.clarksynthesis.com