4 inch (100mm) Loudspeaker

This loudspeaker is well suited for use in smaller R/C Models, especially R/C boats, due to its high sensitivity an water resistant cone. It has been carefully chosen for the best balance between sensitivity, power handling, weight and frequency response.

What's New:

June 07, 2019

New Cirrus SR22 sound set now available, bringing our total airplane sounds to 109!

March 27, 2019

New McDonnell Douglas MD-902 helicopter sound set now available, bringing our total helicopter sounds to 40!

February 20, 2019

New 5th generation ShockWave 3 sound module released. Many new features making it our best yet.

January 12, 2019

New Panzer II Luchs Tank sound set now available bringing our total tank sounds to 12.

January 01, 2019

New de Havilland Venom airplane jet sound set now available bringing our total airplane sounds to 108!

3.3 inch (84mm) Loudspeaker



Frequency Response

Name : 3.3 inch 20 Watt loudspeaker - 4 Ohm

Item Number : LS3.3IN-20W-4Ohm
Size : 84mm x 84mm x 29mm (3.3" x 3.3" x 1.14")
Weight: 240 grams (8.5oz)
Frequency Response : 200 5000 Hz
Sensitivity : 89dB/1W/1m


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4 Ohm Version

Highly recommended for model boats due to its smaller size and water resistant cone, it can also be used in airplanes, helicopters and tanks - 89dB/1W/1m Sensitivity, but heavier weight - 240 grams (8.5oz)

This German engineered loudspeaker sounds great, yet is very shallow and weighs 240grams (8.5oz). This fine loudspeaker can handle 20 Watts continuous, 30 Watts peak.

This 4 Ohm loudspeaker is suitable for our ShockWave 2 sound module on nominal supply voltages up to 12 Volts, i.e. no more than a 3S LiPo battery.

Our loudspeakers can be ordered by new customers only at the same time as ordering a sound module from us, or by existing customers later who have already purchased a sound module from us.

If you wish to use the ShockWave 2 module on its maximum supply voltage AND you wish to get maximum volume out of it, then two of these 4 Ohm speakers wired in series should be used to get a net 8 Ohm impedance and a 40 Watts power handling capacity - See Wiring Loudspeakers .

When two of these speakers are used in series, the output level from our ShockWave 2 sound module (on 26Volts) can be around 105dB with some sounds. When housed in a small enclosure, the sound level will be even higher.