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Peavey Pro 10 Low Frequency 10" Speaker Driver
This driver looks like it might be a good candidate for two 10 inch passives on the back in a small cabinet , what would be the optimum internal cubic ft. I realize it can be ported but the passives might provide lower freq response.
Actually a passive radiator will not help the low end of a woofer, especially a pro sound type woofer like this one, anymore than a standard port will. This driver is designed for output down to about 60-80 Hz which can be achieved with a standard port. There is no benefit to a PR in this application.
Date published: 2014-10-14
Is this speaker available in a 4 or a 16 Ohm version. Thanks in advance.
Unfortunately no, this is only available in 8 ohms.
Date published: 2014-07-15
Hello!...what is the recommended speaker cabine volume for the peavey PRO10 low frequency driver?. The listed sizes on the driver description seem very small. thank you! RR.
The volumes on the website are accurate. The vented box will require a 3" diameter port that is 4" long for a tuning frequency of 65 Hz.
Date published: 2014-01-06
i need a replacement speaker, for a 10" peavey scorpion. is this a good one
In responding to your question regarding a replacement for the Peavei Scorpion 10" speaker, you need to make only one consideration; the sensativity of the scorpion is about 4 db greater than the pro 10. This means that the scorpion technically is a slightly louder speaker at the same power level. With this said, the Pro 10 has copper wiring in the voice coil which is something I prefer over aluminum although some feel aluminum will dissipate heat more quickly. I believe the copper handles heat better. Sound wise not any difference in this application.I have included the specifications for each speaker below for your review and comparison. It is my oppinion that other than these facts the speakers would be interchangableImpedance: 8 OhmsPower capacity: 800 W Peak, 400 W Program, 200 W ContinuousSensitivity: 98.7 dB / 1 W 1 mUsable freq. range: 40 Hz ~ 2 kHzCone: Kevlar® impregnated celluloseVoice coil diameter: 2.5 inch / 64 mmVoice coil material: Aluminum ribbon wire, Kapton former, Nomex® stiffener, Solderless diffusion welded OFHC copper leadsPeavey Pro 10 Low Frequency 10" Speaker DriverSpecifications: • 10" woofer • Impedance: 8 ohms • Power capacity: 800 watts peak, 400 watts program, 200 watts continuous • Sensitivity: 94.3 dB; 1W/1m • Usable freq. range: 50 Hz - 4 kHz • Cone: Kevlar® impregnated cellulose • Voice coil diameter: 2.5" / 63.5 mm • Voice coil material: 2 layers, thermally bonded copper wire Kapton former Nomex® stiffener • Znom: 8 ohms • Revc: 6.00 ohms • Sd: 0.0346 sq. m • BL: 14.33 T/M • Fo: 67.7 Hz • Vas: 25.1 L • Cms: 150.0 uM/N • Mms: 36.9 gm • Qms: 2.851 • Qes: 0.456 • Qts: 0.395 • Xmax: 2.5 mm • Le: 0.7162 mH • SPL: 94.3 1W/1m • No: 1.7% • Vd: 10.6 cu. in./173 mL • Pmax: 400 watts pgm • Disp: 95.45 cu. in./1564 mL • Dimensions: Overall diameter: 10-1/8", Cutout diameter: 9", Depth: 4-7/8".Although I have never replaced a 10" Zcorpion with a Pro series speaker I have replaced several 15" Scorpion PA speakers with Pro series and the performance was essentially the same. I believe that another alternative for you would be to have Parts Express recon/ rebuild your Scorpion, they will quote a price here on the web site and you can add a third option to you replacement. PE's speaker reconing is first class all the way.Good Luck
Date published: 2011-08-25
I have a Peavy speaker Model 110h, this 10" speaker can be used as a replacement for the one I have?
We are a Peavey dealer, but we are not a parts/service center for them, so I do not have a cross-reference indicating one way or the other. I would suggest contacting Peavey directly, their website is www.Peavey.com.
Date published: 2011-05-02