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Parts Express Diaphragm for Old Version 4"x10" Midrange Horn or Similar Heppner/Foster-type Drivers
which terminal is +
As viewed in the provided picture with the terminals facing down, the positive is the left terminal.
Date published: 2015-03-03
i ned this part and I have the old copy in front of me! how can I find out if this is the correct ?
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Date published: 2015-01-21
I have a pair of older Sonic d12 12" monitors and need to replace the horn diaphragms. These look the same. Do you know if they will work?
There is no way to know whether these will work for that specific application or not. We have a 45 day hassle free return policy, so if you tried them and they didn't work you could send them back for a refund assuming they are undamaged and are in the original packaging.
Date published: 2014-10-28
WHAT is the impedence of your FOSTER DIAPHAMS ,I need a 4 ohm for a mackie thump 15
This diaphragm is 8 ohm.
Date published: 2014-09-11
What is the difference between this diaphragm and the Selenium RPDT150?
While these look similar, the tolerances and overall dimensions will be slightly different since they are designed for two different drivers.
Date published: 2014-05-08
Is the "voice coil flange" measurement overall diameter or voice coil diameter?
I am looking to replace diaphragms with 1" voice coil diameter, and I have seen other replacements differentiate between "voice coil" and "diameter" measurements, e.g. 1" voice coil, 1 3/4" diameter. Just need a little clarification. Thanks!
The voice coil diameter on this diaphragm is 1", overall flange diameter is roughly 1-3/4".
Date published: 2013-09-01