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Pyle PDMR5 5" Sealed Back Midrange Speaker Driver
I have the old mach 2 speakers. Would these be adequate midrange replacements. The ones that came in it were 6 ohm which I don't see anywhere I look. the overall diameter of the current ones is 5.375 with a 4" cutout.
The cabinets might require slight modification in order for these to fit properly but they should work fine otherwise.
Date published: 2015-05-26
I am looking at using this in a 3way build with the Dayton audio 3 way crossover 500/4000hz. The frequency range states it starts at 450hz. Would the Dayton crossover point of 500hz be too low?
This will work well with that crossover point.
Date published: 2015-05-20
I've had these a while. I've been messing with the construction of my 3-way speakers for a long time. Never happy with the sound. Reading the reviews. Is it possible to open the back? Drill? Change the sound style of these?
Attempting to open the back of these will most likely result in damaging the drivers and will never really achieve the same results as a standard open backed driver. For what these cost, you would be farther ahead purchasing the open back version of these, part number 292-202.
Date published: 2015-05-06
The widest part of my speaker is outside of the frame where the mounting holes are located in an "ear", or flange. At that point it is 5". Where measured elsewhere, outside to outside, it is 4 1/2". What size do I need to order 4 replacement?
That would be considered a 4-1/2" speaker which is a bit of an oddball. We have a couple that are close, something like this would be very similar:http://www.parts-express.com/grs-4fr-8-full-range-4-1-2-speaker-pioneer-type-a11ec80-02f-8-ohm--292-434
Date published: 2015-01-30
Can you tell me the exact distance between the mounting holes. I am looking to replace 2 Infinity ERS 420s and this Pyle sounds slightly larger but could work. The holes in my mounting bracket are 4 5/8ths inches across the middle of the speaker.
The screw holes on this driver are 4-7/8" across.
Date published: 2015-05-15
i have a speaker its 8 ohms, it has 2 midranges. when i pulled them they are marked 4 ohms, will these work.
You will want to replace the midranges with 4 ohm drivers like were in there originally. Two 4's wired in series will provide an 8 ohm load total.
Date published: 2014-02-17