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Alan Sledzieski

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Re: Need Genuine JBL recone kits, where to buy?
« Reply #10 on: July 10, 2011, 08:44:09 am »

I'm not sure what you mean by "honk"... a db rise in that range? The cabs were designed with 2226's but they sure sound good with Ciare.

 Maybe honk is the wrong way to put it, 250 -500 hz seems real hot, even after eq'ing.  Its just the tone of the speaker I guess.

Looks like I'm going to try faital pro 15fx560.  I have a pair of them and took them out of my single 15 with a 1'' horn box.

I couldn't get the Ciare to handle the power from 80 - 100 hz.  They would ony handle 780w at 80 hz, The faitals will take 1380w.  Seems like the box is to big for the ciares, and the ports are wrong.
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Re: Need Genuine JBL recone kits, where to buy?
« Reply #11 on: July 17, 2011, 04:32:45 pm »

Maybe honk is the wrong way to put it, 250 -500 hz seems real hot, even after eq'ing.  Its just the tone of the speaker I guess.

Looks like I'm going to try faital pro 15fx560.  I have a pair of them and took them out of my single 15 with a 1'' horn box.

I couldn't get the Ciare to handle the power from 80 - 100 hz.  They would ony handle 780w at 80 hz, The faitals will take 1380w.  Seems like the box is to big for the ciares, and the ports are wrong.

I put the Faital 15fx560's in the box's, sound great, did 2 shows allready and can notice a difference.
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Re: Need Genuine JBL recone kits, where to buy?
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