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B&C 6PEV13 6-1/2" Midrange Speaker
will a 6 1/2 foam repair kit that y'all sale will fit these speakers
The foam surround kit will fit this driver, although the half roll style surround will change the characteristics of the driver parameters and response profile.
Date published: 2014-07-29
Is the phase plug able to be unscrewed?
It does not appear that the phase plug is removable although you can probably get a better answer from B&C directly.
Date published: 2014-07-21
i want to replace door speakers with Lanzar OPTI6PM 6.5" OptiDrive 400 Watt High Performance Midbass Speaker or B&C 6PEV13 6-1/2" without a crossover or tweeter. Any suggested caps I can add to make these strictly a midrange ?
An 80 uF cap will create a first order high pass at 500 Hz.If you double this value, the crossover frequency will be cut in half, if you halve the cap value the crossover frequency will double.
Date published: 2014-05-05
Given the high efficiency, has anyone used this horn with a low power tube amplifier, 10-20W?
I've been looking at several drivers in the pro category for a monaural speaker setup for a 10-20W tube amplifier. Has anyone used this driver in that application? Given the high sensitivity and relatively low RMS power for this driver, it appears that this may be a good match for low power tube applications.
The 6PEV13 is an excellent high efficiency midrange driver. When I first purchased mine, I was struck by its exceptionally lifelike midrange sound.To answer your question - yes, it would be a good driver for a low power tube amp, but a high fs and low xmax prevent it from being useful below 350-400 hz. I recommend for best sound quality using it in a 3 way system with a woofer below 400hz and a tweeter above 5000hz. This is not a full range driver.
Date published: 2013-07-17