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DE5 neo
 
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DE7 neo
 
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DE910 neo
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HF Drivers

B&C Speakers has been a market leader in compression driver technology for decades. Our reliability and performance is second to none. We continue to work with a wide variety of materials to further improve the performance of our HF devices. Through our modeling programs we are able to analyze every aspect of the driver, and study the impact of key components on each design.

We use four different diaphragm materials: Mylar, pure Titanium, Polyimide, and High Temperature (HT) Polyester. Each material has its own unique benefits and qualities. Mylar allows for an exceptionally smooth transient response. Pure Titanium provides superb power handling and excellent reliability in the field. Polyimide achieves very high power handling and sensitivity levels, and creates a smooth top end response. HT Polyester provides superior power handling and higher output levels in the upper octave ranges.

Standard features in our compression drivers include copper shorting rings, FEA optimized phase plugs, and edge-wound copper-clad aluminum voice coil wire.

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HF Nd Drivers

B&C Speakers has been a leader in compression driver technology for decades, and is now a market leader in the development of neodymium compression drivers for the professional audio market. We are constantly advancing the science of high frequency driver development and adding new products to our range. The use of Neodymium magnets in our high frequency drivers has not only allowed us to dramatically reduce the size and weight, but also to improve performance and overall value.

Our reliability and performance is second to none. We continue to work with a variety of materials to further improve performance. Through our modeling programs we are able to analyze every aspect of the driver, and study the impact of key components on each design.

We use four different diaphragm materials: Mylar, pure Titanium, Polyimide and High Temperature (HT) Polyester. Each material has its own unique benefits and qualities. Mylar allows for an exceptionally smooth transient response. Pure Titanium provides superb power handling and excellent reliability in the field. Polyimide achieves very high power handling and sensitivity levels, and creates a smooth top end response. HT Polyester provides superior power handling and higher output levels in the upper octave ranges.

The updated range of bent voice-coil former high frequency drivers are particularly noteworthy. The DE680TN, DE880TN, DE980TN, DE990TN and DE1090TN high frequency drivers feature a robust titanium diaphragm that incorporates next generation surround geometry, together with a brand new, optimized phase plug. Significant research has yielded a new coil former that solidifies the diaphragm with negligible increase in mass. The result is improved high frequency linearity and reduced distortion. They represent an excellent solution for two-way point source enclosures, as well as for mounting a waveguide horn in multi-driver line array systems.

Also new are the DE14 and DE14TN, the next evolution of the industry standard DE12, 1"exit ferrite magnet high frequency driver. This 44mm (1.7”) diaphragm driver now features an optimized phase plug and rear cap that improve frequency response with lower distortion.

 
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