PTSH-104 Amplified Audio Speaker

Built Tough. Easy To Use.

General Dynamics’ rugged, high-quality PTSH-104 Amplified Audio Speaker is built General Dynamics tough to withstand the most challenging environments. This versatile, off-the-shelf, powered speaker connects to most transceivers and crypto devices with a standard 5- or 6-pin audio connector, so it can be operational almost instantly. The PTSH-104 allows for quick connection to other communication systems, providing:

  • Operation with virtually any 12-28 VDC power source, including standard MIL batteries
  • Ability to be powered by the transceiver for use with a variety of applications
  • Ruggedized chassis for tough environments
  • Integrated handset connection with separate audio amplifier and volume control


Easy to install and operate, the PTSH-104 allows for quick connection to other communications systems. The PTSH-104 operates with virtually any 12-28 VDC power source, or can also be powered by the transceiver, giving it the adaptability necessary for a variety of applications.


  • Separate speaker/handset volume controls
  • Automatic muting
  • Handset connected to the PTSH-104 will key the radio
  • 2 Watt amplifier
  • Nominal power consumption
  • Connects to a variety of equipment
  • Extension cable available up to 100 ft.



PTSH-104 Amplified Audio Speaker Datasheet



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Size 5 in. x 5 in. x 3.25 in. with 1 in. mounting bracket
Weight 3 lbs.
Input voltage 12 VDC to 28 VDC
Audio input 1.6 volts rms or 2.3 V pp
Audio output 2 Watts speaker
1 Watt handset
Audio band pass 300 Hz to 3000 Hz min.


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