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In Reply to: RE: Cheap but good 1" horn drivers? posted by Pro Sound Guy on March 22, 2011 at 13:34:25
Looking at under 50 qty. US distributer preferred. Was thinking
low-end Selenium, or equiv. Not Pyle or Pyramid unless one is really
You ask a lot for 40.00?
At the site below there is a P Audio compression driver you can check out
Click on H.F. driver button and toggle down the page to the first P audio
It would put you under budget
The goldwood could be good...it has a large magnet and
VC, but they are real sloppy at centering the coil,,,which
is tough because of the sloppy tolerances. Also the whole terminal
assy. can pull out, taking the fine-wire leads with it, destoying
the diaphram. I alway's glue the terminals first thing. The driver
has potential...they're what I use now for replacing the blown cheaper
horn drivers in cabs that I get in for repair. If I can find a
better one for under $30., it would be great.
Just scrolled down a bit on the link and stumbled across the Beyma CD10fe for $179.95!!!
Over here it costs a much more realistic £37 (US$59).
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