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Old 8th November 2008, 05:24 AM   #1
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Hi Dave can you help me with identifying these 6inch drivers, very small voice coil and Alnico slug but sound quite good and loud enough for most uses.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3147/...b0ddb5.jpg?v=0

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3229/...1a5a3a.jpg?v=0

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3209/...5324d7.jpg?v=0

Not enuf bas to please me but i was using these as a mid, and will do again
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Old 8th November 2008, 05:51 AM   #2
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looks like the mid driver for old sonic japanese speaker.
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Yes, I bought it as such.
Was after more info if possible such a date of manufacture Fs etc Also worth keeping as treasure or just for fun, some of the Sonics range were very good speakers, others so-so, but I used it OB
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National/Panasonic -- the shiny cloth dustcap and the "P-6..." (AES- is another) are the give-away.

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Look like this?

(too old for me to have captured data)

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Yep, thats them.
What is your opinion of them Dave??
Keep or Ebay??
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What is your opinion of them Dave??
Keep or Ebay??
I had those in '02. Like a lot of the chessy looking FR in its niche surprisingly good sound. Suited for use as a midtweeter in an OB. They'd probably fetch $10-15 on eBay, probably worth more as a bribe to some kid... mow my lawn and you can help me whip up a set of speakers for you (after you use them for EnABL practise)

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I call anything used FR but cut-off below 100-300 Hz a mid-tweeter, (with a helper woof)

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OK that use I understand, these go 250/300 --->> with a tweeter up the top from around 10K

And using high Q woofers
Whoops !! any follow up will be in Loudspeakers not FR
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