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Urgent! How much low end from Warwick 10"? (1.8mm Xmax?)

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by AlexanderB, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. AlexanderB


    Feb 25, 2007
    I am looking to buy a Warwick 611 Pro - 6 Ohm (via mail order - no chance to demo it). Warwick (of course) provides basically no technical performance data on the cab, just like most of the bass amp companies...
    However, in the Warwick homepage, listed as a spare part for that cab, there is a 10" speaker labelled XWCP99011.

    Googling that description rendered just a handful of hits, one being this (in Polish):

    It seems the speaker is an Eminence stamped frame one, with very high Fs (68 Hz) and very short Xmax (1.8mm), making it virtually useless for bass.
    If this is true, this big 6x10" cabinet would move less air than a single 3015 LF (in a box half the size of the 611) and start exceeding Xmax at about 100W in range below 100Hz.

    Can anyone vouch for the accuracy of the speaker part number or the low frequency output and max SPL of that Pro 611 cab?

    Any feedback would be MUCH appreciated!


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