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10inch BRONZE/RS/DD Wharfedale full range drivers
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Old 12th February 2004, 05:09 AM   #1
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Default 10inch BRONZE/RS/DD Wharfedale full range drivers

ok... I have one, and decided to drop it into my Acculab speaker box so it used the other 10inch woofer as a PR.... now... I like the sound of it.... but only have one driver.... anyone know where I can get another???? its 10-15ohms.. made in england lol cast aluminium frame I believe, paper cone, aluminium dust cap, and a whizzer... inverted cloth surround.. lol really ugly.. lol but it gives good volume, and bass... even though its probably not in a very well suited enclosure.. PS. I had 2 drivers, but blew the other one a few years ago with too much power in a small sealed box

EDIT: apparently they are rated at 8 watts..... if something blows, I swear, it wasn't my fault
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