PD.CD1

Compression Driver
  • Annular slot, optimised geometry ABS phase plug
  • 44 mm CCAR Voice coil utilising high temperature Nomex former
  • PEEK Diaphragm and surround material
  • Integrate with our bass and mid range drivers to provide the ultimate PD sound experience
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The PD.CD1N is an ideal driver for professional high performance applications that can be used in traditional 2-way systems or as part of a larger multi-way long throw system. The neodymium motor structure allows close coupling due to the compact size and footprint. Adaptor plate is available for traditional Flare PCD fixings.

Frequency Response GRaPH
Impedance GRAPH
General Specifications
Sound Channel / Throat Size1.0" / 25.4 mm
Voice Coil Diameter1.75" / 44 mm
Power Rating (AES above 1kHz) 1
40 W (A.E.S.)
Sensitivity (1W – 1m) on axis, on horn*105 dB
Frequency Range1.5 kHz - 18.5 kHz
Recommended Crossover Frequency (Filtered at 18dB/ Octave)2000 Hz
Minimum Impedance2.5Khz - 7.5 Ω
Voice Coil MaterialCCAR
Coil Former MaterialNomex
Flux Density1.4 Tesla
Diaphragm MaterialPEEK
Suspension MaterialPEEK
Surround / Edge TerminationFlat
Phase Plug DesignAnnular
Phase Plug MaterialABS
Magnet MaterialCeramic
Connector TypeSolder Tab

 

Dimensions & Mounting
Overall Diameter100 mm
Overall Height47 mm
Fitting2 x 6mm threaded holes
Mounting PCD76 mm

 

Shipping Information
Nett Weight1.30 Kg / 2.87 lb
Shipping Weight1.39 Kg / 3.06 lb

 

Notes
1. AES standard practice with high pass filter set at specified lower limiting frequency for two hours.
2. Sensitivity is measured with applied pink noise RmS Voltage set to 2.83V for nominal 8 ohms impedance and mesurment taken at 1 meter from mouth of horn. Average SPL taken between 1000 Hz to 19 kHz .
3. Frequency range is defined as measured frequency-10dB to rated sensitivity.
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