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B&C 6MDN44 6-1/2" Neodymium Midrange Speaker
I have two 12"s wired parallel (16ohms ea) with one 6MDN44 (8ohm) wired in series to get 16ohm total. The 6MDN44 is too loud. Can I install an L-PAD for the 6MDN44 with it wired in series? I can't wire it parallel because my amp needs an 8 or 16 ohm load
Unfortunately you cannot wire an L-pad with the drivers wired in series. They will have to be wired separately in order for this to work properly, and a crossover is recommended between the two.
Date published: 2015-08-03
I'm adding one to a guitar cab that has two 75 watt 12"s to improve the upper mids. With the useable range down to 150 hz, do I need a blocking cap to protect the speaker or prevent distortion? Amp output is 100 watts down to 80 hz
A cap can't hurt, although I doubt the speaker will have any issues down that low. It really depends on the volume levels you play at.
Date published: 2015-07-28
Are these sold as a pair?
No, only individual.
Date published: 2015-04-23
What is the manufacturer warranty on thsee speakers
You can see the detailed warranty info below.www.parts-express.com/pedocs/warranty/bc-speakers-manufacturer-warranty.pdf
Date published: 2014-10-24
Are these a proper replacement for the midrange in the EAW KF300i?
Unfortunately we do not have a reference guide that will tell us which midrange is used. You will have to contact EAW for a better answer to this question.
Date published: 2014-06-20
I'm considering using this driver for a horn. However, I have looked for information concerning the appropriate volume for an enclosure, to no avail.I plan to use the driver in the range of 400Hz to 3200Hz. The enclosure/rear chamber I'm presently considering will be cylindrical (8" interior diameter).If anyone has information on the proper volume, please advise.
If this driver is only being used down to 400 Hz the enclosure will make no difference. I would make the tube whatever length you're comfortable with and stuff it with damping material.
Date published: 2014-07-12