BarryD wrote: »
I was thinking of using the MW6503, in a home speaker project. Need about 35hz or lower low cut off so this driver seemed to fit the bill.
I have seen some used drivers on Ebay and also seen this driver new at some speaker repair sites.
My first question is:
Are the new OEM drivers (MW6503) the same quality as the original ones?
I know that the old ones are now subject to Magnet shift because of the old epoxy.
Are these parameters correct?
Driver: MW 6503 Driver's model #.
Brand: Polk Driver's brand name.
Fs: 29.8600 Hz (Free air resonance)
Vas: 3.0017 ft^3 (Compliance volume)
Qts: 0.3100 Total Q
Qms: 1.7680 Mechanical Q
Qes: 0.3760 Electrical Q
Sd: 0.0130 M^2 (Piston area)
Xmax: 3.1800 mm (Cone excursion, linear)
Revc: 6.5400 ohms (DC resistance)
Znom: 8.0000 ohms (Nominal impedance)
Pmax: 35.0000 watts maximum rated power
Thanks in advance.
K_M wrote: »
K_M wrote: »
PM me with your concerns.
I posted it for a reason, despite the age of the question.
hauxon wrote: »
I must say that the above comment is simply beneath this forum.
I used to think of this forum as one of the greatest since the discussion was in general knowledgeable and respectful. I truly love this forum and what it stands for. So I ask all parties to be civilized, let the forum continue to be one of the nicest on the internet.
Bury you axes!
nooshinjohn wrote: »
Is it snowing where you’re at ZL?
Steadyeddie wrote: »
Hey guys, first post here! I recently got a pair of Polk Monitor 10s, I don't know if it's 10a or just 10, it has the Peerless silk dome tweeter. I'm looking to replace the 6.5" drivers, I took one that was frozen out, I don't see a model number, such as 6503, etc... can anyone tell me what model it is? And I understand being a member here entitles me to a discount, does anyone have the web site I can order from, or is there a number to call?
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