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Old 6th February 2010, 03:22 PM   #1
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Default What speakers are these?

Recently picked a pair of used 8" Dynavox speakers model FA-801. Found no information in the net (I found modern woofers Dynavox but don .t know if is the same brand). They have a white paper cone, cloth acordion type surround (of red color) .The original dust cup was white. I replaced it with a new one. Then i could see it has a "short coil in long gap". The motor assembly is big and heavy. The gap is 12 mmm long , the VC near 8 mm. long and 39 mm diameter with aluminium former. Despite the air susension label it seems to be a low compliance/ short excursion unit. Anybody knows them? Thanks for any information
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Old 6th February 2010, 05:31 PM   #2
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Nice looking driver, but i can't tell you anthing about it. I was surprised to see Made in the USA thou, i would have pegged it as Japanese.

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Dynavox Electronics, Inc.

Should be a great place to start.

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Old 17th February 2010, 09:54 AM   #4
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Hello, a guy in audiokarma told me about a german speaker manufacturer called Dynavox. I did the search in google typing the speaker brand and model in german and found this:
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2 Lautsprecher DYNAVOX (FA-801 + CAT20-2-03PH) bei ricardo.ch
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So not made in USA, rating is for music power then not sine wave RMS ??
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