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Old 15th September 2007, 06:44 AM   #1
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Hi Andy, I have aquired a pair of the Jaycr 10 inch carbon fibre bass drivers and as you have recomended them in past threads, I was wondering if you still had the nominal T/S parametres on file??
Pity about Jaycars customer service, I tried to get an Email response ( sorry I could not resist!!) but no luck.
I have the early model either 4 or 8 ohms, still no test gear and I am not paying $45 Aud to have the local speaker repair shop put them on "Woofer Tester"
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Old 15th September 2007, 07:02 AM   #2
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Jaycar 10" carbons... nah, no good at all..

but if you send em here, I'll find some use for them!


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Thanx Andy, we should all keep a collection of back-catalogues
impressive graph, but mine may be the model before those even
Mine are labelled RW 10 and have that daggy "irresponsible " logo.
8 or 4 R impedance ( 6.5 or 3.5 R)but it is interesting that when I parallel the inputs I still get 3.5 R DC
But it does look like that is the same driver, small sealed box coming up
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Old 15th September 2007, 08:58 AM   #4
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dual coil?
I seem to remember a 10" with a concave dust cap. A car sub actually, reputedly quite good, but not at all the same as what I was thinking you had. So any comments re SQ are null !!

Will drag out the old cattledogs and see what I can find !!
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Nope, convex dustcap, similar spider and bump-out with vented voicecoil, just like the little 6inch mid-woofers CS2240.
If they are the same but higher impedance with luck the Qts will be slightly higher
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well, if it isn't the one I sent you the info for, its before my collection of cattledogs. sorry I can't help more !!
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OK, Aussie DIYer's, who's got a collection of old Jaycar catalogues.
It will be a month before my Woofer tester gets here and I don't want to put this in a box that's too big
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can you take a couple of pics? maybe I can figure out what it is that way.
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I found the camera ;Check your in box, YGM
See what you think
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If any Aussies reciognise these and have the T/S specs please let me know
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