|Configuration (NL4)||1×8″, 1×1.5″ diaphragm / 1″ exit|
|Internal Crossover Point||2.7kHz|
|Frequency Response (+/-3 dB)||65Hz – 18kHz|
|Power Handling (watts)||400 watts|
|SPL & Sensitivity (1w/1m)||122dB / 93dB|
|Nominal Beam Width (degrees)||90 x 60 (Can be rotated)|
|Nominal Impedance – Bi-amp||LF-8ohm, HF-8ohm|
|Nominal Impedance – Passive||Passive 8 ohm|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||17.12″ x 11.96″ x 10.82″|
|Net Weight & Material||23lbs – 3/4″ plywood|
|Hanging Hardware||8mm shouldered eye bolts & brackets|
|Special Features||Bi-amp/passive switch & pole mount|
T-108 is not available powered individually, however…
can be powered by T-118 Subwoofer
T-108 INTERNAL POWERING COMBINATIONS PROVIDED BY T-118 SUBWOOFER
Amplifier Channels: With its compact size, the T-108 does not have an internal amplifier option. However, it can be powered by the amplifier that is built into the T-118 subwoofer. When paired with a T-118 subwoofer, “Output 1″ will power one additional subwoofer in addition to the one in which the amplifier is mounted. “Output 2″ on the T-118 subwoofer will power two additional T-108 loudspeakers at a 4 ohm load per channel.
**Note: The amplifier will be pre-tuned to a chambered flat response curve that is specific, per channel, for the models with which it will be used. Users can make DSP, gain, delay and other adjustments through the amplifier control software, “TVi Control.” Each amplifier has a single signal input / output so gain and DSP adjustments between channels must be adjusted and stored within the amplifier’s control software that can be accessed easily with a laptop computer.
A single internal amplifier powering two T-108 loudspeakers at a four ohm load & a single T-118 subwoofer at an 8 ohm load.
A single internal amplifier powering two T-108 loudspeakers & two T-118 subwoofers at a 4 ohm load per channel.
**Note: Each amplifier channel may also operate at an 8 ohm load, so the diagrams above only show the maximum number of T-Series cabinets that can be powered using a single internal amplifier. Each user’s application is different and may require fewer cabinets per amplifier channel.