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Goldwood GW-15PC-8 15" Heavy Duty Woofer 8 Ohm
Im looking for a replacement woofer for my Tamon 9000 montor speakers. suggestions
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Date published: 2014-12-31
I got a Pair of Klipsh Woofers KeeP from The Bell Klipsh, The Original Boxes were badly Damaged , I Mesured The OHMS on The Speaker Terminala and The Results were 4 OHMS My K55 Midrange Driver is 8 Ohms And My JBL Tweeter Model 2402 is also 8 Ohms
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Date published: 2014-12-23
I have a old pair of Pioneer HPM 1100 speakers which need to have the 15" woofers replaced. Are these suitable replacements or would you suggest something else?
These woofers will work well as replacements. You may need to modify the cabinet opening to mount them, but you can verify dimensions on our website.
Date published: 2014-08-14
I finally built 4.5 cu. ft. ported cabinets for these and want to cross them at 1200hz. How far down are they at this freq? Will I have a hole in my upper mids?
These have a shallow roll off and a slight breakup that occurs right at 1200-1300 Hz. There is a graph available on the product page:www.parts-express.com/pedocs/more-info/290-338-goldwood-gw-15pc-75-8-more-info.pdf
Date published: 2014-05-02
Could this product be used in an outdoor application? If not please recommend one of your products that would. I'm looking for a 10-12" sub-woofer to be placed outdoors near a pool but under a covered patio.
Yes this could be used outdoors without a problem.
Date published: 2014-04-24
I now have two of these waiting for a box, thus my question. I want these to perform to their potential in a sealed cabinet to go as low as they're able. Size doesn't matter, I will build it as large as required. What volume am I looking at?
I would recommend 3 cubic feet per woofer, which will provide useable response to the low 30's in room.
Date published: 2014-04-22