Peavey 14XT Compression Driver

Brand:|Model: 14XT
Specifications: • VCdia: 1.4" • Throat Parameter: 1" / 25 mm • Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms • Minimum Impedance: 7.1 ohms • DC Resistance: 6.8 ohms • Power Capacity (1000 Hz to 20,000 Hz): 100 watts peak, 50 watts program, 25 watts continuous.
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Peavey 14XT Compression Driver
Peavey item 00442510.

Specifications: • VCdia: 1.4" • Throat Parameter: 1" / 25 mm • Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms • Minimum Impedance: 7.1 ohms • DC Resistance: 6.8 ohms • Power Capacity (1000 Hz to 20,000 Hz): 100 watts peak, 50 watts program, 25 watts continuous • Sensitivity: 102 dB SPL 1 watt at 1 meter On-axis on 90º H x 45º V horn • Nominal Efficiency: 30% • Frequency Response: 1 kHz to 18,000 Hz • Recommended Crossover: 1,800 Hz at 12 dB / Octave • Lowest Recommended Crossover: 1,000 Hz at 12 dB / Octave • Diaphragm: Commercially pure titanium • VCdia: 1.4" / 35.5 mm • Voice Coil Material: Edge-wound ribbon with high temp Kapton bobbin • Flux Density: 11,500 gauss (1.15T) • Dimensions: 3.500" (91.44 mm) diameter x 2.75" (69.85 mm) depth • Horn Coupling Diameter: 7/8" (22.2 mm) • Horn Coupling Threads: Standard 1 3/8" – 18".



Product Specifications
  • Mounting Type1-3/8"-18 TPI
  • Exit Diameter1"
  • Diaphragm MaterialTitanium
  • Impedance8 ohms
  • Power Handling (RMS)50 Watts
Peavey 14XT Compression Driver
  • BrandPeavey
  • Model14XT
  • Part Number294-3134
  • UPC014367041156
  • Product CategoryHorn Drivers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Weight2.2 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Peavey 14XT Compression Driver

This driver looks an awful lot like a Pyle PDS 341. Are they the same driver? Can anyone post pictures of their diaphragms?  

Asked by: hennfar
The Pyle PDS341 is not equivalent to the peavey RX14. A diaphragm is not available for the PDS341 due to its direct replacement cost.
Answered by: TomI
Date published: 2014-10-09

Does anybody like Eminence make a driver that would replace a peavey 14XT driver?

Asked by: Bigpops2
Yes we have many options that will fit a 1-3/8"-18 TPI mount, the Eminence options are below.http://www.parts-express.com/cat/horn-drivers/33?N=21711+4294967118+4294966614+4294964598&Ne=10166&Nrs=collection%28%29%2Frecord[endeca%3Amatches%28.%2C%22P_PortalID%22%2C%221%22%29+and+endeca%3Amatches%28.%2C%22P_Searchable%22%2C%221%22%29]&PortalID=1
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-05-23

Will an RX14 fit into a horn using a 14xt diaphragm?

Asked by: Zingo
The rx14 and 14xt are both the same mounting and impedance. They serve similar applications so they should interchange as complete drivers with no problem.
Answered by: Chrisf
Date published: 2014-04-12

Is there any way to test the compression driver? My diaphragm is testing at 7 ohms. I'm getting a very distorted sound out of this driver.

Asked by: SteveieB909
The only way to test something like that without measurement software is to use an ohm meter to determine impedance which you have done. You can pull the diaphragm out to look for anomalies, or swap the driver with a known good driver to see if the problem lies elsewhere.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-03-10

Compression Driver test

How do I know if the whole driver needs replacing or just the diaphragm?
Asked by: ahthe3
Generally the diaphragm is the only thing that can go bad on a compression driver unless the driver itself is physically damaged by being dropped for example. Test for resistance or continuity on the leads with a volt meter. If it reads ~6-7 ohms the diaphragm is likely fine. It it reads open or does not show a reading, the diaphragm needs to be replaced.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-03-08
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