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Silver Flute W14RC25-08 ohm 5-1/2" Wool Cone

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Item(s) for Sale:

Silver Flute W14RC25-08 ohm 5-1/2" Wool Cone

 

 

 

Item(s) Description/Condition:

BNIB

 

Silver Flute 5-1/2"

Wool Cone

Cast Frame

25mm VC Ø on aluminum former

Vented Pole Piece

Rubber Surround

F3 of 55Hz in 0.35 ft3 ported enclosure

 

Re 7.3 Ohms

Sensitivity 87.5 dB

Power 60 watts

Fs 43.5 Hz

Qms 3.27

Qes 0.39

Qts 0.35

Vas 18.9 Ltrs

Mms 7.58 g

Cms 1760.5 mM/N

Sd 0.0087 M2

BL 6.24 TM

X-max 3.5 mm

Le @ 1kHz 0.77 mH

Frame Ø 142 mm

Cutout Ø 122 mm

Depth 67 mm

Krm 0.876 mW

Kxm 11.549 mH

Erm 0.882

Exm 0.691

Box Rec.: 10 ltrs, 1.5" Ø V x 4.25" L

 

 

 

Price:

$25 shipped

 

 

 

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

On me

 

 

 

Item Pictures:

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I have heard the 4 ohm version in a friends mustang convertible. These were ones he bought by mistake instead of the 4 ohm models. They sound decent for what they are. Some decent midbass. I bet the 6.5's are even better. The build quality isn't too shabby either. I really like the frames they use. Not the pressed steel frames like you usually see. I wouldn't hesitate to try them. Especially for the price. As for how high they play. I don't know I didn't have a lot of time in his car. But like I said they are good for the price.

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I have heard the 4 ohm version in a friends mustang convertible. These were ones he bought by mistake instead of the 4 ohm models. They sound decent for what they are. Some decent midbass. I bet the 6.5's are even better. The build quality isn't too shabby either. I really like the frames they use. Not the pressed steel frames like you usually see. I wouldn't hesitate to try them. Especially for the price. As for how high they play. I don't know I didn't have a lot of time in his car. But like I said they are good for the price.

 

Alright. Thanks man! Good Luck with your sale!

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