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JBL 2344a modification for a 2 way
JBL 2344a modification for a 2 way
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Old 15th October 2012, 09:32 AM   #11
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I just realised that I named the wrong SR model in my first post but I named it correctly in subsequent posts... it should always be "SR4732" and not "SR4735"... Sorry people if there was confusion.
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Old 15th October 2012, 10:44 AM   #12
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well, the jbl 2204 is a great 12" driver (softer suspension), but most have been abused. A professional jbl recone would run over $300 each, but that's what I'd get.

Or maybe look for a driver with a high Qms rating.

np, glad to help, my opinion is not always right, but it is to me !!!!!

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Old 15th October 2012, 11:08 AM   #13
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I would have to dig but I'll give it a try.


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Old 16th October 2012, 12:06 AM   #14
Dave Zan is offline Dave Zan  Australia
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Originally Posted by homebuilder View Post
The thought (for a different project) was to get a bit more extension and output with the extra 2206, for a speaker that could be built in a much, much smaller cabinet. The 2206 only needs a bit over 1 cf. (The TAD 1201H is the same)

I have a pair of 2245 + 2226 + 2447 + 2405 4-ways. Different driver choices but similar concept to yours. And also like you I have had an idea for a smaller system. The best choices seem to be a 2432 on the horn from a DMS-1 monitor matched to a 252 12'" driver from an LSR monitor.
Not a cheap combination but not too bad, and you end up with a mini DMS-1 type system. Check the driver parameters and you will find it's a really nice match and also they are more modern and improved transducers.
Happy to provide more more details if you are interested.

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