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Eminence PX:BULB Replacement Tweeter Protection Lamp for Crossover
What the current (ampere) of this part please ?
Each fuse is rated at .98 amps
Date published: 2014-10-09
Will these work on vintage Bose 501 speakers?
These lamp fuses are designed for very high power applications, usually in pro sound. They will probably not be very beneficial in a lower output home audio speaker like the Bose.
Date published: 2014-06-18
Does PE sell a socket for these fuse bulbs to sit in.... as the PRV passive crossovers do not use a bulb fuse
Unfortunately we do not have sockets for these lamp fuses. They are generally soldered in line with the horns if there are no previsions for them in the crossovers.
Date published: 2014-01-23
will these bulbs give a higher output?
Ok I have the peavey ecs 3x crossover & use the 44xt horn driver 100 watts & the eminence delta 10" 350 watts. Will this protection bulb deliver more output from the crossover to the drivers? The present bulbs glow way too high & the drivers haven't started to get their rms power.
These will provide twice the power as the original bulb so technically yes they should allow for more output.
Date published: 2013-04-01
Will this be enough to protect my Selenium D220Ti drivers? I run a 24db active crossover to them. The D220Ti has an RMS rating of 80 watts.
This fuse is used in the Eminence passive crossover boards, and performs its function well. However, if you're using an active crossover, the D220Ti should not require a fuse so long as you keep the crossover frequency at 1500Hz or higher, and provide clean power of less than 120W maximum. If your D220Ti drivers are installed in a rental system or otherwise not always under your direct supervision, then this fuse should provide a reasonable measure of protection.
Date published: 2012-04-28