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New Posts. Members Profile. Post Reply. I have various ideas on what possible build projects they might become useful for. I know it is an older driver and they have been succeeded by the of which I have some installed in JBL cabs , but I think they still are a solid driver. I have done some simulations in WinISD, and it seems in a modest size cab, they will perform quite well, though not playing excessively deep bass, it will be tight at least.

Any other ideas? Horn, scoop, bandpass? Anyone have experience with these? I have heard 's in the big 2x15 scoop cabinet,the ,and they sound amazing,but is obviously not a practical proposition for small live gigs! Although older, the is still solid. Unfortunately not very powerfull according to nowadays power ratings.

So with the enormous amount of power that amps chuck out these days, i would be reluctant to use the as sub unless in a very controlled environment. But if you have a need for some tops, use the in a 2-way or 3-way cab. Power needed there is usually less and most of the time more controlled. Friend of mine used them in 2 way cabs with Beyma CPTi, not bad at all Tommes wrote: So with the enormous amount of power that amps chuck out these days, i would be reluctant to use the as sub unless in a very controlled environment.

So just use a smaller, lighter, cheaper amplifier!! Old School efficiency is something I hanker after; waving my willy over megawatts of amp racks is all very well and good, but if I can wander in with a small amp rack, run off a 13A plug top, and still get db, is the modern way of doing things that clever? Less power in, means less power dissipating as heat, too. Less power compression? Can use thinner, cheaper, lighter cables too for W, rather than enough copper for W. I really think us doing mega watt rigs, just to achieve the same old dB ish, admitedly 20HzKhz, perhaps, rather than the 80's 40HzKhz, is somewhat daft.

Matt Stolton - Technical Director!!! If you have four of these, the 2x15 reflex cabinet makes a good sound for a modest size. Quite a few clubs in 80's had 's installed in these cabinets. Easy and cheap to build too. I wouldn't use them for bass-end, it would be a waste and there are better drivers these days for that. Sound lovely. Does the suit the style cabs? You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum.

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New Posts. Members Profile. Post Reply. I have various ideas on what possible build projects they might become useful for. I know it is an older driver and they have been succeeded by the of which I have some installed in JBL cabs , but I think they still are a solid driver. I have done some simulations in WinISD, and it seems in a modest size cab, they will perform quite well, though not playing excessively deep bass, it will be tight at least. Any other ideas?

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Remember Me? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of Just bought a pair of JBL They are for keeps. Think mine are from They seem too be rather common in Denmark were i found mine. Earlier I have and I really like better.

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