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Old 19th March 2014, 01:00 AM   #1
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Default Another TH driver...?

I present the Pioneer TSW 1200 PRO.

MSRP is $200, but it can be found for less than half of that.

It will do a clean 40 Hz in approx. 100 l (net) TH. And it's DVC, so you can wire it down to 2 ohms .

t/s params:
Sd: 531 cm^2
Fs = 40 Hz
Qes = 0.39
Qms = 10.7
Vas = 45.4 l
Xmax = 6mm
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Old 6th April 2014, 05:36 AM   #2
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Looks GREAT to me Brian! I'm surprised you didn't get any responses on this interesting driver ...
Here are some inputs (single cab) and graphs (two tiny cabs in halfspace) for a TH based on the Pioneer TSW 1200PRO .... Looks good for highly portable, affordable but potent PA use solid and flat right down to 40hz .... This is a heck of a lot of motor strength for a 12" driver!
Equivalent BL figures are 25T at 8 ohms (7 ohms DCR) , 18.5T at 4ohms (3.5 ohms DCR) and 12.6T at 2 ohms (1.75T) , thats an incredible value in motor strength for only 99 bucks! =)

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Old 8th April 2014, 04:15 PM   #3
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6mm Xmax doesn't seem to be a real sub, but I guess for the price it's not bad.
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Is there a ~$200 driver that does at least ~123 dB from ~35 Hz - up with 700 W in < ~140 L? If not, then maybe a pair of these will at least be good bang/buck.

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Is there a ~$200 driver that does at least ~123 dB from ~35 Hz - up with 700 W in < ~140 L? If not, then maybe a pair of these will at least be good bang/buck.
Hi GM,

In Europe we have the Thomann The Box 12-280/8-W which costs 49
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