Dayton Audio’s AMT Mini-8 Air Motion Transformer tweeter adds clarity, transient speed, and musical finesse to almost any loudspeaker design. The AMT Mini-8’s compact housing is easy to mount anywhere, and groundbreaking AMT technology enables high output from this tiny driver.
Note: This tweeter was designed for press-fit mounting, but now includes a 2.25″ diameter faceplate for front baffle mounting.
The Dayton Audio AMT Mini-8 model features a round housing and compact AMT element, for wide dispersion that easily replaces dome tweeters in retrofit or new design applications. The AMT Mini-8 is small enough to be used in compact satellite speakers, or installed in the center of a mid-woofer to create a full-bandwidth coaxial driver, or implemented in other ways, including line arrays. The sealed rear chamber design of the AMT Mini-8 eliminates the need for a separate internal chamber in the loudspeaker enclosure. Dayton Audio AMT (Air Motion Transformer) tweeters use groundbreaking transducer technology from the original Heil Air Motion Transformer to provide ultra-clean, detailed, and dynamic treble output. The pleated ribbon diaphragm of an AMT provides a large acoustic radiating area condensed into a compact chassis, for extremely high output and improved power handling.
Robust metal faceplate provides secure, stable mounting
Powerful, lightweight neodymium magnet structure for low distortion and high efficiency
Wide bandwidth facilitates integration with large midwoofers
25 watt RMS power handling