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Goldwood GT-1005 Wide Dispersion Piezo Tweeter
Is this a direct replacement for the Motorola? These would replace the piezos in Community CSX70 cabinets. Community glued the piezo horns to a larger horn. Are there 3 screws on the back?
Yes these will work fine as replacements for Motorola Piezos. There are three screws on the back of this driver.
Date published: 2015-01-30
I'm going to be putting 6 of these goldwood gt-1005 piezo tweeter in a box and nothing else how would i go about hooking these up? do i put a 20ohms 20watts resistor on each piezo on the postive side. Or how would you go about it.
I would wire them all in parallel and use a single resistor on the input.
Date published: 2014-12-31
I have 8 ohm speaker and I want to hook up GT-1005 Piezo tweeter part # 270-011 with it in parallel what capacitor should I use and do I need to add a resistor in series so I will have at least 4 ohms?
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Date published: 2014-10-21
Can i crossover these at 3000HZ ?
Date published: 2014-10-08
how ohms is this tweeter?
Being a piezo tweeter this does not have an impedance.
Date published: 2014-03-26
I am trying to use these tweeters to emit a constant tone from a tone generator. I'm trying to get as much volume as I can.I'm using an Onkyo SR701 receiver to power them.I was told to put a 4 ohm or 10 ohm 10watt resister parallel across the posts of the speakers.The protection circuit in the Receiver kicks in with the volume at about 80%. I want to go louder.Also, the resistor gets very hot.I was told I'm wasting energy by using a resistor and I should just use different tweeters. I'm not experienced enough to know if that is true.Should I try different resistors? Or would I get better volume out of some 8 ohm tweeters? I'm trying to keep this as low cost as possible. What do you guys think?Use different tweeters? Which ones? Would like to keep total cost under $10 per speaker or tweeter+resistor.
3.3 uf non polar cap to feed 10 ohm non inductive and 2 0hm resistor... then 10 ohm to ground and the 2 0hm to + of the horn an additional 20 watt 20 ohm to soak up the residual power and load the amp... a siren type amp may better serve you along with a larger voice coil type horn,, i see burned parts in this project with out knowing all paramerers
Date published: 2013-05-15