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Can a JBL 2225h really become a 100% 2235h?
Can a JBL 2225h really become a 100% 2235h?
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Old 27th August 2015, 04:12 PM   #21
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Nope. The mass ring only drops the Fs of a 2234 a couple of Hz and pulls about 3dB out of its midband. The addition of the mass ring makes it a 2235.

The considerably stiffer suspension and heavier cone of the 2225 would be even less affected by the addition of the same mass ring.

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Old 28th August 2015, 11:39 AM   #22
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E140 = 2225???

They use the same motor according to this thread.
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Old 28th August 2015, 01:03 PM   #23
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E140 = 2225???

They use the same motor according to this thread.

The difference is the E motor has a slightly thicker magnet than the 2225-2235 motor.

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The difference is the E motor has a slightly thicker magnet than the 2225-2235 motor.

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What I meant was that 2225 and 2235 have the same motor. There is a lot of information in that thread.
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What I meant was that 2225 and 2235 have the same motor. There is a lot of information in that thread.
Sorry to misunderstand. You are absolutely correct.

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Old 11th October 2018, 01:22 AM   #26
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Forget what the online experts think. Go with what JBL says in there what's compatible lists. Once a 2235 kit goes in there it functionally becomes a 2235.
Rob, but JBL says "no way" on recone 2225 with 2235 issue, so who is right?

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Rob, but JBL says "no way" on recone 2225 with 2235 issue, so who is right?
Where is this found?

The motor and basket are identical. End of story.

Now to use a 2235 where a 2225 is properly employed would be a no-go.

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