Vonyx SPSL6 6.5" Chassis Speaker Driver

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Vonyx SPSL6 6.5" Chassis Speaker Driver
( BBA0708 )

( BBA0708 )

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  • 150W RMS Power/250W Max Power
  • Impressive power from a 6.5 inch speaker driver, with a maximum power of 250W helping achieve the 83dB SPL volume output
  • Wide frequency range of 55Hz to 4,000Hz, this speaker driver is perfect for bass or midrange applications
  • Contains a stiff suspension and vented magnets, producing superb sound quality
  • Ideal for replacing old, worn parts or for those embarking on their very own DIY PA speaker project
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Product Description

This professional 6.5 Inch 8 Ohm Chassis Speaker offers stiff suspension and the ability to hit a low frequency of 4Hz, with a high of 50kHz, ensuring this speaker driver is ideal for both bass and mid range appliance, particularly for speakers used for PA. This replacement part works for those who require a new part for one of their speakers, or for making their own custom speaker via a DIY project they may have. Featuring peak power of 250W, power max of 150W.

  • 8 Ohms impedance
  • Vented magnets
  • Stiff suspension
  • Spade terminals
  • Peak Power: 250W
  • Power max: 150W
  • Speaker size: 6.5"
  • Impedance: 8 Ohm
  • Frequency response: 4Hz - 55kHz
  • SPL @ 1W/1m: 83dB
  • Voice coil: 25.9mm
  • Magnet weight: 10 oz
  • Mounting diameter: 145mm
  • Mounting depth: 65mm
  • Weight: 0.55kg

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Can I use this speaker to replace a broken 100w 50Hz - 20Khz with 3khz crossover. Sorry, but I’ve put a hole in a cabinet speaker and want to replace it, but don’t understand the technicalities. Thanks for your advice.
Best wishes, Simon