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Old 27th June 2004, 07:32 AM   #1
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Default Needed specs for PIONEER 15''

Hello evrywun,

I have inherited some pioneer 15" woofers. They are model PW-385A, they are nicely built and have ceramic magnets. Any suggestions are welcome as to their best use. eg vented or sealed.
Mucho thanx in advance
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Old 27th June 2004, 05:58 PM   #2
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Doesn't appear to be a Pioneer part number.

Around 3 cuft sealed should be fine going on other Pioneer 15's.

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Old 27th June 2004, 11:43 PM   #3
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Default Re: Needed specs for PIONEER 15''

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Hello evrywun,

I have inherited some pioneer 15" woofers. They are model PW-385A, they are nicely built and have ceramic magnets. Any suggestions are welcome as to their best use. eg vented or sealed.
Mucho thanx in advance

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Doesn't appear to be a Pioneer part number.

Around 3 cuft sealed should be fine going on other Pioneer 15's.

sreten.
Sreten could be right, i dont remember this model number.
Does is have anything written on the magnet plate at all,
If the magnet weight is 1390 grams and has a 75 mm coil and has a ribbed cone witha foam surround it could be a later 80s model. I cant take a guess as am not sure what you want to use it for, i would say 80 litres plus vented or 60 sealed, but that could be very wrong indeed! do you have a small picture of the unit?
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Old 28th June 2004, 02:33 AM   #4
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Default pioneer CS99 drivers

Hi chaps,
Thank you for your comments and advice. I have since found out that these drivers are from the CS-99 speaker. They have the letters FB embossed on the cone. The cabinets are not available for measurement
Sorry about the lack of pictures, my camera had a bath. It did not survive
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