Mini Schmitt & Ongaro Horns are mighty in volume

Mini Schmitt & Ongaro Horns

Nov 9, 2021

Extremely adaptable, Schmitt & Ongaro Mini Horns will fit in the tightest of spots and can be top- or flush-mounted, or hidden inside the boat. Betraying their compact size, the six 12V models produce clear and commanding tones of up to 114db to comply with ABYC A-23 standards. Recordings are at

Built for long-lasting performance in a marine environment, Standard and All Stainless Mini Compact Single Horns are ideal for a wide range of installation needs. Measuring only 3″ L x 3-1/4″ W x 1-3/4″ H, they draw 3A and produce 105db at 1m FF 410 Hz +/20. Twin versions with two horns generate 112db total and draw 6A.

Schmitt & Ongaro Standard and All Stainless Steel Mini Hidden Compact Single Horns are designed for hidden installation. They measure 3″ L x 3-1/4″ W x 1-3/4″ H, draw 3A and produce 105db at 1m FF 410 Hz +/20.

Stainless Steel Mini Drop-In Single Horns are for flush mounting. They’re offered with a high or low pitch, or in a paired Dual model for a rich tone. Each is 3″ L x 3-1/4″ W x 1-3/4″ H and has an included 4-7/8″ L x 2-3/8″ W grille. Single horns produce 106db at 1m FF 410 Hz +/20 and draw 3A. The Dual model creates 114db of sound on 6A of power.

All Schmitt & Ongaro Mini Horns are pre-wired for simple installation. The Compact Mini Horns have an MSRP starting at $46 USD. They come with a five-year anti-rust and corrosion warranty and one year on the internal electric contacts.


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