• All Weather Mono Trumpet Horn Speaker   5â? Portable Pa Speaker With 8 Ohms Impedance & 25 Watts Pe
All Weather Mono Trumpet Horn Speaker   5� Portable Pa Speaker With 8 Ohms Impedance & 25 Watts Pe

All Weather Mono Trumpet Horn Speaker 5� Portable Pa Speaker With 8 Ohms Impedance & 25 Watts Pe

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  • LOUD AND CLEAR SOUND: This compact mono trumpet speaker is a perfect tool if you want to make your voice audio or music louder. It features 8 ohm impedance and 112bd output, making it ideal for outdoor and indoor spaces
  • GREAT FREQUENCY RESPONSE: Efficient enough to achieve your desired response, this 5" power horn speaker can amplify up to 450~5,000hz. Easily mount on the roof or under the car hood
  • 15 WATT PEAK POWER: This heavy duty high powered cb radio pa speaker features 8 watts rms nominal power and 15 watts peak maximum power so you can amplify your sound with clarity and achieve your desired loudness
  • ADJUSTABLE BRACKET: The horn speaker can be bent and adjusted. For easy maneuverability, the 5-inch ABS horn is equipped with a 180 degree swiveling adjustable mounting brackets
  • WIRING INCLUDED: A 10-inch pre-wired cord with 3.5mm mono connector is included to make installation easier. The power horn only weighs 0.93 lbs. and comes with a one-year warranty.

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Not very mud friendlyExcellent speaker for the price point. Installed it in my engine compartment in my Jeep. You can hear it very loudly but not in another car with windows up. Went off roading with it and it got some mud splash. It barely worked, sounded muffled and staticy; I thought it was broken. Next day it was fine it just needed to dry.4Don t underestimate!!!I bought one to attempt to install under the outside of my jeep so i could be obnoxious and play loud music for the whole town to hear, (cut the 3.5mm jack off and spliced the positive and negative to a switch that was wired to my door speakers...and amp would also work) anyways i bought one and tried it and got so many compliments from friends saying it s super loud for a single PA especially considering the low price. so i did what any teen would do and bought another one to be even louder and now people say they can hear me from inside buildings when i ride by and can hear me clearly from hundreds of yards away. i can honestly say MISSION ACCOMPLISHED and to the people that think it s too loud, i say if it s too loud, you re too old 5LOUD! Didn't expect much from this speaker for such a cheap price, but I sure was wrong! This little speaker is small enough that it easily was hidden in the bumper of my 08 civic even with the fog light kit taking up extra room. I hid the radio in my console and ran the wire inside. To my surprise the wire was just long enough and required no extension, however trucks will most likely need more. Once hooked up to my CB it came to life with loud screams of audio. This thing is so loud that with my CB on full volume I cant talk with the windows down without feedback. My radio is a Uniden 40 channel basic radio that I purchased only for use as a PA, and it has no problem sending my voice through this speaker. Hopefully it holds up as it seems of good quality, but it is so cheap that it wont be an issue to replace if it lasts a little while. 5fun to use in a truck!The guy who wrote the review about not needing this but that it is extremely fun is totally worth it! I installed it with my cobra 29lx cb radio and mounted it under the hood on my f150. I have used it while picking up the boy from school and embarassed the crap out of my girlfriend and the little kids and parents gave me funny looks. Im sure im a favorite with the teachers also! Great for hollering atthe people at the bar as well. I live rural but it would be fun in the city and yelling at bad drivers in intersections. Overall fun and i simplyranthe wire through my door moulding because the firewall hole was a painto get the wire through. Took about 20 minutes to mount and has worked great for over a month now.5Indestructible, Great price (NEED AN AMP IF USING A MUSIC PLAYER)This thing is the best. Every time I use it i say it's the best 10 bucks I ever spent. Have this on the front of my Jeep (for totally official purposes and not yelling at random people on the street or a way to wake up my friends at 3AM). It works great on my 1975 Midland 23 channel CB, and is loud enough for modern sound-proofed cars ahead of me on the highway to hear me. Just note that When hooked up on your CB, the VOLUME KNOB AFFECTS HOW LOUD YOU SOUND. Speaker is clear and loud, and has survived being driven through several states non-stop and submerged in mud puddles up to the doors. Only problem issues are the screws on the mount and inside the cone rust, but doesn't hurt the speaker one bit. Get it, it's the best (now $8.50) you'll ever spend!If you're going to be using this straight out of your music player like an iphone or mp3, you need an amp like this one:Pyle Home PHA15 3.5mm 1/8-Inch 150 Watt Mono Audio AmplifierObviously, that will involve stripping the speaker wire, attaching it with a female connector, and powering the amp5but it works fine. Hooked it up to a PA on my ...Hard to complain about something that cost under $10 and works. It is a cheap item, no doubt about it, but it works fine. Hooked it up to a PA on my CB radio, and the speaker is clear and loud.I'm not sure how long it will last - but for now it is perfectly fine.5PYLE All Weather Trumpet Style Speaker - Model PSP8 - 5 inch face - 15 watts - 8 ohms - Up to 112 decibels - Affordable - Works It's OK; for under eight bucks shipped it is probably better than I had the right to expect it to be. Four stars given the very low cost; three stars had it been a few bucks more.This trumpet speaker is made of "ABS", Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, a low cost plastic that can be heated during production and poured into a mold. Its specifications note that the speaker has 8 ohms impedance and is built for 15 watts continuous power (an occasional spike to 25 watts might not damage it immediately). The specs also note that it can produce sound to about 112 decibels, although I have nothing that can test that level.The base and its "swivel bracket" are very rudimentary. Actually, the bracket shouldn't really be called a swivel bracket as it does not "swivel"; instead, the horn can only "tilt" up and down about 30 degrees once the base is installed -- can't move it 180 degrees then.In the Q&A area of this listing, the seller notes that this unit "...comes with mounting screws and all that stuff...", but the speaker we received did not come with mounting screws. I'm not sure about "all that stuff", but items in our box included the horn, the base, the mono speaker wire with a 3.5mm male end, and a bolt (with nut and washer) that connects the base to the horn. That's it.I retrieved a couple bolts, nuts, washers and lock washers from our own tool box and used them to install the horn in our Jeep's engine compartment.All that said, the speaker does work.We connected the speaker's wiring to the PA port on the back of a Uniden PRO520XL CB radio, using the 3.5mm plug. While the CB's signal output is limited to 4 watts, the unit's specification table notes that PA audio output is up to 7 watts. When testing the PA volume, my spouse could hear the 'racket' (her words...) from inside the house, and our son could hear it while he was standing in the cul-de-sac (only about 30 feet away).In order to get my point across to the texting-while-driving crowd, I suspect that an amplifier will be needed... or maybe I'll checkout radios with 15 watts of audio output (instead of this radio's 7 watts). For hailing someone in the campground or while on the trail, this unit will probably do just fine. 4Works well, plug is cheap For 13 dollars this works phenomenally well. I have it set up with my CB so I can use the PA function in my crown vic. Plenty loud, sounds good, only issue is that the 3.5mm connector is really really cheap so I'd advise installing it and not fiddling with it. Alternatively just solder on a nicer plug like I did. Overall, solid value for the money. 5Effective and Affordable - 3rd Generation 4RunnerI installed this PA horn while I was installing my CB, just because I thought it would be fun, and potentially useful. The cost made it a no-brainer. Provided you have the space in your engine bay (or somewhere else protected from flying debris), it mounts right up. Mine went on the bottom of the radiator mount, just inside the bumper's lower cowl. Mine is slotted, so I faced it directly out of the slots for a clear acoustic path. I just backed out an existing bolt, sandwiched the mount between, and reinstalled the bolt. I fished the wire through the fire wall and into my dash, which plugged straight into the back of my Uniden CB. The sound quality is not shabby at all. It isn't a music speaker, but voices are clear and crisp. The volume, at least on my CB, is controlled by the main volume knob. Plenty loud enough for making yourself heard. I've only had it in for a few days, so I can't speak to its longevity, but it seems to be quite well made, especially considering the price.5Excellent for price. Very loudI bought this to use as a PA speaker for my cb radio. The cord on the back is long enough to go from the engine bay of my 09 F-150 to under my driver seat with the stock cord. It is very loud and works great. All you have to do to install is find a spot inside your engine bay away from the belts and ziptie/mount it with the brackets. Then you pass the cord through the firewall into your cab.TLDR:Good value for price, works well, simple install.5Durable, long lasting, Easy to install, and inexpensive - a win/winPyle is a name that I've been using for a while, and anytime I have purchased their items I have always had success and been satisfied with the item. This PA horn is no different. I've had one before in another vehicle that I left in the vehicle when I traded it in, so I needed to purchase another one. It's easy to install, and the cable is longer than I need, or that anyone would likely need for their setup, and it's just plug and play (like plugging in your headphones) so there isn't any special wiring or work that's necessary. It provides a clear and loud sound that people can hear easily outside of my vehicle. I have mine in my engine bay and living in the Pacific NW, water from rain and heat in the summer hasn't been an issue. The toughest part was running the wire through the firewall, but this will vary depending on your vehicle and setup. All of this, along with the very low price, makes it a no-brainer purchase. For the general CB enthusiast or person who needs a PA speaker outside their vehicle cabin, this will more than meet your expectations.5Nice to have a PA on the Jeep!Got one for me and one for my dad's truck. Works great. Kind of a chore to run the wire but that cannot be avoided. The Jeep JK doesn't have much room so I placed it directly in front of my radiator, behind the plastic vent cover near the external temperature sensor. It works well there and doesn't affect air flow at all. Nice to have a PA!5Loud and ClearI've got a cheap Cobra CB installed in my SUV so I can pretend I'm a trucker. So far I haven't had much luck getting any real truckers to hear me. You know who CAN hear me though? Anybody standing within about 500 feet from the front of my truck as I bark orders and make weird noises through my sweet PYLE PSP8.Installation is only as difficult as you make it. It comes with everything you would need to install it pretty much anywhere you want. I chose to install mine under the radiator behind the bumper. Because of where I chose to put it, I needed some longer bolts, but I could have picked an easier place to screw it in under the hood. I like to have everything as factory as possible so I decided to splice in a few extra feet of audio cable so I could run the wire invisibly around the engine compartment and bring it through the firewall with the main wiring harness on the driver's side. It plugs right into the back of your CB and that's it. It's powered by the CB so you don't need to run anything else.Now the $10,000 question...is it loud? Like I mentioned, I have mine mounted in what I felt was the ideal location on my truck. It is bolted to the frame directly behind a series of vents in the bumper, so it isn't muffled at all and is coming out full strength and I can say it is really loud but very directional. If you are off to the side of the truck it doesn't carry as far. I had my oldest son help me experiment by walking straight out from the truck and talking to him the whole time. We stopped at about 100 yards because it was annoying the neighbors, and he said it was just as loud 100 yards away as it was 10 yards away.It's been mounted for about 2 months now and seen about 2000 miles on the truck, including some long hauls (picked that up from listening to the CB) and it is holding up just fine. It has also been great for embarrassing my kids by announcing my presence at sports practice and school pickup, "Hey James! I'm here!! Hurry up! Run!! Run!!!"I highly recommend this speaker! It's a cheap and super fun mod for your vehicle that I guarantee you will enjoy.EDIT APRIL 2018I ve had the speaker hooked up for about 9 months now and driven it through snow and monsoon level rain and mud and every other nasty condition you can think of. I ve driven in 100+ degree weather and sub zero temperatures with it and it s still working just like the day I installed it. I have to be honest, I wasn t expecting too much out of this little horn, but it has really surprised me!EDIT August 2018Hey guess what? It s been about a year since I hooked up this little beauty and she is still just as loud and annoying as ever! I used it just the other day to announce my arrival at a friend s place of business and they were remarkably embarrassed! Well done Pyle! This horn should come as standard equipment on every new truck sold in the US.5
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Not very mud friendlyExcellent speaker for the price point. Installed it in my engine compartment in my Jeep. You can hear it very loudly but not in another car with windows up. Went off roading with it and it got some mud splash. It barely worked, sounded muffled and staticy; I thought it was broken. Next day it was fine it just needed to dry.4Don t underestimate!!!I bought one to attempt to install under the outside of my jeep so i could be obnoxious and play loud music for the whole town to hear, (cut the 3.5mm jack off and spliced the positive and negative to a switch that was wired to my door speakers...and amp would also work) anyways i bought one and tried it and got so many compliments from friends saying it s super loud for a single PA especially considering the low price. so i did what any teen would do and bought another one to be even louder and now people say they can hear me from inside buildings when i ride by and can hear me clearly from hundreds of yards away. i can honestly say MISSION ACCOMPLISHED and to the people that think it s too loud, i say if it s too loud, you re too old 5LOUD! Didn't expect much from this speaker for such a cheap price, but I sure was wrong! This little speaker is small enough that it easily was hidden in the bumper of my 08 civic even with the fog light kit taking up extra room. I hid the radio in my console and ran the wire inside. To my surprise the wire was just long enough and required no extension, however trucks will most likely need more. Once hooked up to my CB it came to life with loud screams of audio. This thing is so loud that with my CB on full volume I cant talk with the windows down without feedback. My radio is a Uniden 40 channel basic radio that I purchased only for use as a PA, and it has no problem sending my voice through this speaker. Hopefully it holds up as it seems of good quality, but it is so cheap that it wont be an issue to replace if it lasts a little while. 5fun to use in a truck!The guy who wrote the review about not needing this but that it is extremely fun is totally worth it! I installed it with my cobra 29lx cb radio and mounted it under the hood on my f150. I have used it while picking up the boy from school and embarassed the crap out of my girlfriend and the little kids and parents gave me funny looks. Im sure im a favorite with the teachers also! Great for hollering atthe people at the bar as well. I live rural but it would be fun in the city and yelling at bad drivers in intersections. Overall fun and i simplyranthe wire through my door moulding because the firewall hole was a painto get the wire through. Took about 20 minutes to mount and has worked great for over a month now.5Indestructible, Great price (NEED AN AMP IF USING A MUSIC PLAYER)This thing is the best. Every time I use it i say it's the best 10 bucks I ever spent. Have this on the front of my Jeep (for totally official purposes and not yelling at random people on the street or a way to wake up my friends at 3AM). It works great on my 1975 Midland 23 channel CB, and is loud enough for modern sound-proofed cars ahead of me on the highway to hear me. Just note that When hooked up on your CB, the VOLUME KNOB AFFECTS HOW LOUD YOU SOUND. Speaker is clear and loud, and has survived being driven through several states non-stop and submerged in mud puddles up to the doors. Only problem issues are the screws on the mount and inside the cone rust, but doesn't hurt the speaker one bit. Get it, it's the best (now $8.50) you'll ever spend!If you're going to be using this straight out of your music player like an iphone or mp3, you need an amp like this one:Pyle Home PHA15 3.5mm 1/8-Inch 150 Watt Mono Audio AmplifierObviously, that will involve stripping the speaker wire, attaching it with a female connector, and powering the amp5but it works fine. Hooked it up to a PA on my ...Hard to complain about something that cost under $10 and works. It is a cheap item, no doubt about it, but it works fine. Hooked it up to a PA on my CB radio, and the speaker is clear and loud.I'm not sure how long it will last - but for now it is perfectly fine.5PYLE All Weather Trumpet Style Speaker - Model PSP8 - 5 inch face - 15 watts - 8 ohms - Up to 112 decibels - Affordable - Works It's OK; for under eight bucks shipped it is probably better than I had the right to expect it to be. Four stars given the very low cost; three stars had it been a few bucks more.This trumpet speaker is made of "ABS", Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, a low cost plastic that can be heated during production and poured into a mold. Its specifications note that the speaker has 8 ohms impedance and is built for 15 watts continuous power (an occasional spike to 25 watts might not damage it immediately). The specs also note that it can produce sound to about 112 decibels, although I have nothing that can test that level.The base and its "swivel bracket" are very rudimentary. Actually, the bracket shouldn't really be called a swivel bracket as it does not "swivel"; instead, the horn can only "tilt" up and down about 30 degrees once the base is installed -- can't move it 180 degrees then.In the Q&A area of this listing, the seller notes that this unit "...comes with mounting screws and all that stuff...", but the speaker we received did not come with mounting screws. I'm not sure about "all that stuff", but items in our box included the horn, the base, the mono speaker wire with a 3.5mm male end, and a bolt (with nut and washer) that connects the base to the horn. That's it.I retrieved a couple bolts, nuts, washers and lock washers from our own tool box and used them to install the horn in our Jeep's engine compartment.All that said, the speaker does work.We connected the speaker's wiring to the PA port on the back of a Uniden PRO520XL CB radio, using the 3.5mm plug. While the CB's signal output is limited to 4 watts, the unit's specification table notes that PA audio output is up to 7 watts. When testing the PA volume, my spouse could hear the 'racket' (her words...) from inside the house, and our son could hear it while he was standing in the cul-de-sac (only about 30 feet away).In order to get my point across to the texting-while-driving crowd, I suspect that an amplifier will be needed... or maybe I'll checkout radios with 15 watts of audio output (instead of this radio's 7 watts). For hailing someone in the campground or while on the trail, this unit will probably do just fine. 4Works well, plug is cheap For 13 dollars this works phenomenally well. I have it set up with my CB so I can use the PA function in my crown vic. Plenty loud, sounds good, only issue is that the 3.5mm connector is really really cheap so I'd advise installing it and not fiddling with it. Alternatively just solder on a nicer plug like I did. Overall, solid value for the money. 5Effective and Affordable - 3rd Generation 4RunnerI installed this PA horn while I was installing my CB, just because I thought it would be fun, and potentially useful. The cost made it a no-brainer. Provided you have the space in your engine bay (or somewhere else protected from flying debris), it mounts right up. Mine went on the bottom of the radiator mount, just inside the bumper's lower cowl. Mine is slotted, so I faced it directly out of the slots for a clear acoustic path. I just backed out an existing bolt, sandwiched the mount between, and reinstalled the bolt. I fished the wire through the fire wall and into my dash, which plugged straight into the back of my Uniden CB. The sound quality is not shabby at all. It isn't a music speaker, but voices are clear and crisp. The volume, at least on my CB, is controlled by the main volume knob. Plenty loud enough for making yourself heard. I've only had it in for a few days, so I can't speak to its longevity, but it seems to be quite well made, especially considering the price.5Excellent for price. Very loudI bought this to use as a PA speaker for my cb radio. The cord on the back is long enough to go from the engine bay of my 09 F-150 to under my driver seat with the stock cord. It is very loud and works great. All you have to do to install is find a spot inside your engine bay away from the belts and ziptie/mount it with the brackets. Then you pass the cord through the firewall into your cab.TLDR:Good value for price, works well, simple install.5Durable, long lasting, Easy to install, and inexpensive - a win/winPyle is a name that I've been using for a while, and anytime I have purchased their items I have always had success and been satisfied with the item. This PA horn is no different. I've had one before in another vehicle that I left in the vehicle when I traded it in, so I needed to purchase another one. It's easy to install, and the cable is longer than I need, or that anyone would likely need for their setup, and it's just plug and play (like plugging in your headphones) so there isn't any special wiring or work that's necessary. It provides a clear and loud sound that people can hear easily outside of my vehicle. I have mine in my engine bay and living in the Pacific NW, water from rain and heat in the summer hasn't been an issue. The toughest part was running the wire through the firewall, but this will vary depending on your vehicle and setup. All of this, along with the very low price, makes it a no-brainer purchase. For the general CB enthusiast or person who needs a PA speaker outside their vehicle cabin, this will more than meet your expectations.5Nice to have a PA on the Jeep!Got one for me and one for my dad's truck. Works great. Kind of a chore to run the wire but that cannot be avoided. The Jeep JK doesn't have much room so I placed it directly in front of my radiator, behind the plastic vent cover near the external temperature sensor. It works well there and doesn't affect air flow at all. Nice to have a PA!5Loud and ClearI've got a cheap Cobra CB installed in my SUV so I can pretend I'm a trucker. So far I haven't had much luck getting any real truckers to hear me. You know who CAN hear me though? Anybody standing within about 500 feet from the front of my truck as I bark orders and make weird noises through my sweet PYLE PSP8.Installation is only as difficult as you make it. It comes with everything you would need to install it pretty much anywhere you want. I chose to install mine under the radiator behind the bumper. Because of where I chose to put it, I needed some longer bolts, but I could have picked an easier place to screw it in under the hood. I like to have everything as factory as possible so I decided to splice in a few extra feet of audio cable so I could run the wire invisibly around the engine compartment and bring it through the firewall with the main wiring harness on the driver's side. It plugs right into the back of your CB and that's it. It's powered by the CB so you don't need to run anything else.Now the $10,000 question...is it loud? Like I mentioned, I have mine mounted in what I felt was the ideal location on my truck. It is bolted to the frame directly behind a series of vents in the bumper, so it isn't muffled at all and is coming out full strength and I can say it is really loud but very directional. If you are off to the side of the truck it doesn't carry as far. I had my oldest son help me experiment by walking straight out from the truck and talking to him the whole time. We stopped at about 100 yards because it was annoying the neighbors, and he said it was just as loud 100 yards away as it was 10 yards away.It's been mounted for about 2 months now and seen about 2000 miles on the truck, including some long hauls (picked that up from listening to the CB) and it is holding up just fine. It has also been great for embarrassing my kids by announcing my presence at sports practice and school pickup, "Hey James! I'm here!! Hurry up! Run!! Run!!!"I highly recommend this speaker! It's a cheap and super fun mod for your vehicle that I guarantee you will enjoy.EDIT APRIL 2018I ve had the speaker hooked up for about 9 months now and driven it through snow and monsoon level rain and mud and every other nasty condition you can think of. I ve driven in 100+ degree weather and sub zero temperatures with it and it s still working just like the day I installed it. I have to be honest, I wasn t expecting too much out of this little horn, but it has really surprised me!EDIT August 2018Hey guess what? It s been about a year since I hooked up this little beauty and she is still just as loud and annoying as ever! I used it just the other day to announce my arrival at a friend s place of business and they were remarkably embarrassed! Well done Pyle! This horn should come as standard equipment on every new truck sold in the US.5
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