Does anyone info on a Seas H1275 (L22 RNX/CTV-TRD) Woofer - diyAudio
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Old 6th October 2006, 03:46 PM   #1
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Default Does anyone info on a Seas H1275 (L22 RNX/CTV-TRD) Woofer

I picked 5 of these units from EBayer for $100 USD + shipping (3 are perfect and 2 have slight cosmetic defects.

Looks like a L22 RNX but has a 2 truncated sides (measures 8" ) and the phase plug is replaced with the plastic dustcap. It has a ventilated below the spider and it seems to have at about a 3/4" long (18 mm) 39mm diameter voicecoil as well. It is shielded as well.

I think it is a shielded version of the L22 RNX (H1252) without the phaseplug.

Does anyone have a spec sheet on this driver. I checked Seas website and no luck.

Any help will be appreciated.

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