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Old 5th October 2008, 10:48 PM   #1
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Default Philips 9760M speaker, Information please!

Just picked up a bass reflex cabinet with 12" speaker at a hamfest today. Popped it open when I got home, and the driver is a single Philips 9760M. Anybody familiar with this unit? Can you give me information /specifications?
I haven't actually scrutinized the speaker as it appears to be "bagged" ( for lack of a better term) from the factory. The whole speaker has a cloth bag around it cinched back at the magnet. I really don't want to mess with this and pull the bag off if I don't have to. Anyway, if you're familiar with this unit, the information would be appreciated.

thanks, Ohighway
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