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Pure Acoustics Lord HT770 4" White Cube Speaker with Bracket
Does anyone know how these compare to the Dayton models (almost an identical design)?
They appear to be the same size and available in the same colors, but I cannot say whether there are any differences in the drivers or any type of internal electrical filtering used by Pure Acoustics.
Date published: 2015-01-23
Can they be ceiling mounted
Can these be used with the JBL MTC-28/25CM-WH Ceiling Mount Adapter/Control so they can be ceiling mounted? If not what will I need to mount them to the ceiling?
Unfortunately Pure Acoustics does not specify the knob diameter or thread size in the speaker for use with other mounts.
Date published: 2013-09-05
Are the pure accoustics lord 4" white cube speaker any good to use with my pylepro pta2 amp
These speakers would work in certain conditions. For example in a small area where you won't need substantial volume, that is if you power them with your pylepro amp. Your amp is more of a car amp and car speakers run at a more efficient 4 ohms. So your amp is rated at 4ohms. However these speakers run at a less efficient 8 ohms, which takes more electricity to produce sound from the driver. So the amp is rated for 40 watts peak at 4 ohms and 10 percent of that for the continuous. And the continuous power is what really matters when it comes to power. So at 8 ohms it's going to be much less power. It'll be like 5 watts continuous with these speakers hooked up. That's not very good for 120 watt peak speakers. So essentially this isn't the best idea. I may suggest (if you are a DIY kinda guy) to get some small full range drivers that run at 4 ohms and put them in a simple box. But good luck with whatever you end up doing.
Date published: 2012-07-09
Is this for one speaker or a pair???
This product is sold individually. For a pair, you would order two (2) units.
Date published: 2012-07-08