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SWR GoliathIII 4x10

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Acacia, Feb 10, 2001.

  1. Acacia


    Apr 26, 2000
    Austin, TX
    For those who have one, like myself, do you ever get a nasty tone from the horn?

    I have turned mine completely down. I'm sure with some tweaking I can get it right.
  2. Munjibunga

    Munjibunga Total Hyper-Elite Member Gold Supporting Member

    May 6, 2000
    San Diego (when not at Groom Lake)
    Independent Contractor to Bass San Diego
    Hmmmm ... does it go "plplplplplplplplpl"?
  3. Acacia


    Apr 26, 2000
    Austin, TX
    yes! That's it exactly!
  4. Never had that problem. That cab rules. Well the only thing thats better IMO is the Epifani stuff.
    Are you sure its the horn and not the amp?
    I use a Goliath III w/ an SM900 pretty much running flat.

    WAKOJACO Guest

    Jul 5, 2000
    Binghamton, NY
    I also use a SM-900 with 2 Goliath IIIs. One of the horns barely on is about as much as I can stand. But it doesn't make a bad sound, just very bright.
  6. ServiceSWR


    May 24, 2000
    Sounds to me like your tweeter's diaphram is getting a little fatigued(read burnt). You probably need to replace the diaphram. Depending on how hot you set your tweeter attenuator and how much treble you add, you can certainly burn those diaphrams.

    Call SWR at 818-253-4797 to purchase a new one.
  7. nanook


    Feb 9, 2000
    I'm sure glad the SWR guy is onboard with us here.

    My beadroom amp is an SWR and I love it.

    By the way, I'd be glad to field test some of that stuff for you.....hehehe
  8. techtone


    Jan 7, 2001
    I use an SM-400 with the Goliath, and it works perfectly right! Never had a problem with it!

    WAKOJACO Guest

    Jul 5, 2000
    Binghamton, NY
    Turn that tweeter down! You don't need those wretched highs.

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