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Old 18th July 2012, 06:00 PM   #11
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I am looking to but these drivers, Any one have them
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Old 6th February 2013, 07:53 AM   #12
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I finally found the driver origin. it's a customized product on order to use as car audio speaker. 23USD/each on a lot sale was the price. 43hz-1750hz frequency range. 87.5db/w/m
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Old 13th October 2013, 08:11 AM   #13
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Default t/s parameter for peerless 830608

Hi guys, I got two numbers of 830608 recently.
I need some help on T/S parameters of this driver for designing enclosure for the same.
I have exhaustively searched over net for same. Came to know that its a custom build model from peerless.

If anyone has already worked or tested with speakers. Kindly help me
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Old 24th August 2016, 04:40 PM   #14
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I am from India .
I found your post about pearless midrange.
And i want some details about the midrange.
How much you have paid ?
How it's sounds like?
Do you recommend me to buy?
And what is power (watt)?
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Originally Posted by Akrambash View Post
The bucking magnet is NOT for shielding. When one attaches a similar magnet to a driver with repelling pole, then it produces a shielding effect...which is not in this case...I have seen Philips drivers with similar arrangement
I can fairly well guarantee you that's a conventional bucking magnet. There's no reason to include the second magnet otherwise, you'd be stealing flux from the pole piece and increasing the radiating field, with no benefit and several drawbacks (lower sensitivity, higher flux modulation distortion). Bucking magnets are good because of the higher sensitivity and lower flux modulation distortion.
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