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GRS 4FR-8 Full-Range 4-1/2" Speaker Pioneer Type A11EC80-02F 8 Ohm
Will this fit some old mission m70
Will this work as a true full range speaker driver? I'm new to this and I would like to put this into a small bookshelf cabinet, run wire to it, and add binding posts, then call it good. Will this produce the full frequency spectrum?
This is a pretty subjective question. This driver plays pretty well up to about 10kHz but will start to lose volume above that. This would work well for some people as a full range, but others might want a bit more extension. Unfortunately I cannot say whether it would sound good enough for your application or not.
Date published: 2015-02-11
The speaker I have is 4 1/2" mounting holes diagonally and 3 1/4" side to side....is this considered a industry standard 4" speaker? I may be looking in the wrong section. Thanks
You will want to measure the cut-out diameter of the hole. There really isn't an industry standard. Parts express shows both the overall diameter and the baffle cutout for the speaker.
Date published: 2014-10-08
Has anyone tried these as replacement drivers for Auratone 5C studio monitor speakers?
I built comparable monitors with these drivers however in larger ported boxes and they perform fantastically.
Date published: 2014-10-10
I'm thinking about putting two of these on a Lepai LP-2020A+ for casual listening of rap/dubstep. I'm a car audio guy, never done anything outside of a car, so I want to know would this be better sealed or ported? And if ported, is 95 HZ what I tune at?
I would recommend porting these, using 0.23 cubic feet for each with a 1" diameter, 1/2" long port (basically a hole in the box if you use 1/2" thick wood for construction). This will tune the box to 88 Hz and give you a bit of a bump around the tuning frequency giving you the perception of more bass, essentially a natural bass boost.
Date published: 2014-06-09
I am replacing a speaker in an old intercom system. The original is a Radio Shack FE-103 8 ohm nom 3 W. The mounting holes measured diagonally center to center are 4.5, outside edge 4.75. Will this speaker work?
The mounting hole centers for this driver are 4-3/4" so it will be a tight fit although I see no reason this will not work if you can get it mounted.
Date published: 2014-04-28