JBL H (8Ohm). Unavailable. Category of diameter 12 inch / cm; Znom 8 ohm; Weight volume is not set, then delivery by plane is not possible. Brand New JBL H 12″ Aftermarket Recone Kit, 8 ohm. Parts specifications: Cone: 12″ outside diameter, ″ deep, ″ voice coil opening; Voice. Subwoofer JBL H. General specifications: diameter 12 inches, maximum power W. Thiele-Small parameters: frequency of self resonance Fs=75 Hz, .
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It sounds to me that you would prefer the ‘s over ‘s for mid use. And for the recone price, I would keep the with it’s bigger magnet and 4″ coil. Hi subwolf, thanks for the info. From what I’ve been able to understand, is that the is JBL’s new king of midrange Suprisingly enough it didnt sound too bad last night, but a real re-cone kit is in order.
Do it as well as you possible can. In most cases-similar older JBLS can be reconed “kinda” as different model. I do have a set of ‘s sitting around but they are the midrange version. I used them as both side fill monitor and full range interchangeably and the has better low end while the is better for vocals.
Since the taper of the drivers was different I had to cut the new cone at an angle and push it to fit the taper. The is all its own and is even less a woofer, it’s dynamite about Hz and above. I’m not aware of it ever being used in a 3-way app as a mid driver. Ie putting a kit in an E and so forth.
The letter following the is used to designate the impedence. I think they both jb, inbetween the “producer” and “reproducer” sound Like every job, it had it’s ups and downs. With proper processing do you think that it would be a good idea to just stick the in and work it out, while re-coning the My name is Scott, as in give me more power Scottie!!
JBL H 12″ Aftermarket Recone Kit – Speaker Exchange
However the magnet structures and magnetic energy focusing are different-so you will end up some sort of “half breed”. Ditto E, E, and None were specifically for “mid range”.
Last edited by maxwedge; at Differences were achieved in cone composition, coil windings, and VC former material.
I used to do that all the time-and the speakers were very “workable”. Results 1 to 5 of 5. Read times Brian Elstro Jr. If we knew what the hell we were doing, we wouldn’t call it research would we.
Thanks to everyone, good info all around. Ivan Beaver on February 19, It beat itself so badly that part of the cone was actually soft to the touch, and very weak. This yields an Xmax of only 0. February 19, For a temporary fix I removed an older cone from another torched woofer, removed its suspension and dustcap, carefully removed the dustcap from the jbl and trimmed the glue from the cone as well as I could.
Blew a in the monitor older mr series due to a broken handle overexcursion I was under the thought that the suffix was also something that showed intent or use of the driver eg- a single driver with a 16ohm impedance would be used for a total 3 or 4 way system impedance of 8 ohms, but a single 4 ohm driver would be used for a 2 way system impedance of 8 ohms There was a ridge left behind from the old dustcap glue so I had to score the new cone near the former to get it to lay down flat, but once all the pre-fit was done, glue-ing it in wasnt too big of an issue rubber cement The kit is the same cost as a H.
Basically the K, K, and shared the same magnet structure, including the top plate. Logged If we knew what the hell we were doing, we wouldn’t call it research would we. One 20022h point in my confusion I read that someone re-coned a to aincreasing x-maxx how I have compared these side by side and could not find any difference in the basket.
The x came in 3 versions listed below. The is also its own, it is 20222h underhung design with a gap depth of 13mm. The letter suffix represents the impedance, not frequency range of the speaker. It has been quite a few years since I was doing reconing-but I remember that the magnet thickness was different between them. I guess you would call it JBL’s “midline” series driver.
Generally it will be more like the kit you put in it than the original-but will not have the exact same performance.
It’s really a mid-range, a mid-bass at best. Is it LF or MF and can it be reconed to a ? All that being said, my original post was pre-emptive of checking the VC, which didnt seem to be effected at all. Another question, can the be reconed to the specs better LF handling?
Do what Tim recommended and give Charlie Tappa a call. February 24, All times are GMT That is a factor determined by the enclosure and crossover.