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Tectonic TEBM46C20N-4B

Breitband BMR

Artikelnummer: 297-2157

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Tectonic TEBM46C20N-4B


BMR steht für "Balance Mode Radiator" Der Flachmembran Breitbänder für den Mittelhochton, breites abstrahlverhalten bis in den Hochton, Flache Sandwich Wabenmembran für eine offene Bühnenabbildung, 32mm Schwingspule, Strömungsoptimierten Kunststoffkorb, Starkem Neodymmagnet und extrem niedrieger Klirrwerte.

Test Fazit Hobby HiFi 1/2021;

Tectonic liefert mit dem TEBM46C20N-4B einen exzellenten kleinen Breitbänder, der mit Tiefton-Kompromissbereitschaft als Desktop-Beschallung, kompromisslos dagegen in der Kombination mit einem Tieftöner einzusetzen ist.



Wide directivity, full-range coverage from a single transducer
Tectonic is the world leading expert in bending-wave audio transducers, with proprietary technology including the Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR), Distributed Mode Loudspeaker (DML) and balanced exciters.

Balanced Mode Radiators (BMR)
The BMR is a unique flat diaphragm loudspeaker that addresses two significant limitations
of conventional cone diaphragms: break up and power beaming.

BMR delivers key improvements:

• Wide sound directivity: Delivers extended SPL on and off-axis, with improved coverage for all listeners
• Excellent voice intelligibility: Achieved by combination of smooth extended sound power response and low distortion
• Simplified acoustic solution: Preserves sound integrity due to fewer drive units (no tweeters)

How to use a BMR:

• Amplification: Works with all typical audio amplifiers
• Low frequency alignment: Same design methodology as a conventional speaker, including passive radiators and ports
• HF/MF Crossover: Not needed

  • Bending-wave technology and pistonic modes of operation improve high frequency response
  • Flat diaphragm increases dispersion for better off axis response
  • Less than 1.375" deep for mounting in extremely shallow locations
  • 2.67" across for close center-to-center spacing in line arrays