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Item Condition: Used, but near new as only tested
Shipping Options: Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Brunswick
State: Victoria
Payment Method: Paypal
Reason for selling: Surplus to requirements

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Pair of Peerless SDS Paper Cone woofers, tested but as new condition.  Good sounding woofers, suitable for 2 or 3 way DIY project, I tested them with a VIFA BC25TG tweeter in a two way, but they are also used in Paul Carmody's well known "Tarkus" 3 way DIY design.

 

Surface mount so no countersinking required.

 

Manufacturer supplied specs: 88.2 dB (1w/1m), Fs: 45 Hz, QTS: 0.46, VAS 30.7l, Xmax: 3.46mm

 

Surplus to requirements, I have too many drivers. 

 
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