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Subwoofer Line: Tymphany LAT 250
The patented LAT 250 is designed to provide strong bass performance in a new vibration-free, cylindrical form factor. The driver may be configured for use in sealed, vented, bandpass or open-baffle enclosures, and provides high bass output from a very compact transducer. In typical applications, mechanical vibration is more than 90% lower than comparable loudspeakers, even at full output. The LAT 250 employs dual voice coils, and impedance configurations from 2 Ohm to 16 Ohm are available per customer requirements. Paired with the Peerless Lifestyle driver, the Tymphany LAT, is an ideal solution for lifestyle consumer electronics products such as flat panel TVs and sound bars, MP3 and cell phone docking stations, multimedia PCs and other small devices. Note: The nominal impedance is calculated with both coils driven in parallel.

LAT250PB600-02
  
Key Features: strong bass in a new vibration-free, cylindrical form factor; ideal solution for lifestyle consumer electronics OEM.   2 ohm

Subwoofer Line: Tymphany LAT 500
 

LAT50006001-04
  
The power of two 10 subwoofers in a sleek tube-shaped transducer only 5 wide. OEM.   4 ohm

LAT50006001-08
  
The power of two 10 subwoofers in a sleek tube-shaped transducer only 5 wide. OEM.   8 ohm

Subwoofer Line: Tymphany LAT 700
 

LAT70006001-04
  
The power of two 12 subwoofers in a sleek tube-shaped transducer only 7 wide. OEM.   4 ohm

LAT70006001-08
  
The power of two 12 subwoofers in a sleek tube-shaped transducer only 7 wide. OEM.   8 ohm

Products identified with this color are 'OEM Only' product.

 
LAT Subwoofers by Tymphany / Alpine                          STONES LAT  250 500 APPLICATIONS

We spent Friday morning at the CES car audio show floor, but first we met with speaker design company Tymphany in their Las Vegas Hilton suite. Tymphany's new Linear Array Transducer (LAT) subwoofer utilizes a dual opposed woofer design with stacked passive cones to create monster bass in a much smaller space. Their LAT woofers are featured in a new line of Alpine aftermarket powered subwoofer boxes.

The LAT 500
speakers, consisting of 4 passive cones sandwiched in between dual 5" sub speakers, produce bass equivalent to that of two 10" traditional woofers but require only .8 cubic feet of volume. The larger 700 series use 7" cones and produces bass equal to that of two 12" standard subs.

 

The sound engineering behind these
subwoofers is very clever. Each pair of passive cones is connected to a powered woofer. When the woofer thumps, sound is carried down carbon connecting rods to the passive cones that act as soundboards, amplifying the sound. In this manner Tymphany is able to use small woofers to create heavy bass. In addition to the LAT 500 and 700 series, Tymphany is developing smaller woofer modules for use in home theater, HDTV and PC applications. So you can expect to see this design used in home theater systems, televisions and even iPod speaker docks. Alpine was recognized as a CES "�06 Innovations Honoree for their LAT Powered Subwoofer System.

 

Hearing the LAT system in a hotel suite is one thing, but feeling it bump the glasses off your face while sitting in the driver's seat of a demo car is a completely separate beast. Our next stop was Alpine's showroom where we had the chance to feel the LAT 500s in action. The seats of the Scion xB demo car were vibrating furiously as the 250 Watt built-in amp pushed the little speakers around. This was, by far, better sound than what was available in Tymphany's hotel suite - but it got even better.

 
STONES LAT  250 500 APPLICATIONS