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10" specs, which would be best

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by axxtion, Jan 30, 2006.

  1. axxtion


    Jan 21, 2006
    Disneyland, CA
    • Power Handling: 450 watts RMS
    • Frequency Response: 29Hz - 1kHz
    • Efficiency: 92.3 dB
    • Single 4 Ohm

    10" Aluminum Cone
    1200W max input power (400W RMS)
    4 ohm Voice Coil
    Sensitivity -- 88 dB/W/m
    Frequency Response 18 - 2,800 Hz

    • Single 4-ohm Voice Coil
    • Frequency response: 25-2,800 Hz
    • Power range: 40-350 watts RMS
    • Peak power handling: 900 watts
    • Sensitivity: 88 dB

    • Frequency response: 18-2,500 Hz
    • Power range: 80-300 watts RMS
    • Peak power handling: 1100 watts
    • Sensitivity: 88 dB

    What speaker do you think would be best. There is no speaker cab. I own a machine shop and make stuff for Nissan and TRD. I also write cnc machine programs for a job shop that builds cabs for JBL, Radian, Accugroove, etc. I can have them build any cab i want. Criteria is a 2 x 10 with horns that can handle a GK1001rbII.
  2. Plain Old Me

    Plain Old Me

    Dec 14, 2004
  3. ESP-LTD


    Sep 9, 2001
    There are lots more specs than you hav quoted, but I'd say the last 3 are subwoofers and not sensitive enough to make much volume. The frequency responses listed are a dream; if they go that low, I can assure you they don't go that high; most subs die at 200-400hz.

    The first one supposedly goes from 29 - 1k; if that is accurate you would need to cross your horn in pretty low; I doubt it would survive.

    These smell like car audio subs, which do a fine job in a very specific application, but that application isn't bass guitar. I wouldn't waste your money.
  4. None of the above.

    Use my spread sheet to find 10" drivers that suit your needs.