MW4850 driver specs

I tried to find specs on the MW4850. I have 4 of them salvaged from a CS350 LS and thought they might be fun for a project. Has anyone measured them or have OEM specs from Polk? Looking for T/S parameters or even FR Response and impedance curve. Thanks in advance!
5.1 Main: AV7701, BDP-103, UBP-X800, M70-C3, XPA-3, XPA-2, BP7002, CLR2500, RTi4

5.1 Room: 2309ci, LSi9, LSiC, PSB Image B4, CS350-LS, PSW10

Car: 3sixty.3, HD600/4 + 750/1, XT25, ER18, Epic 12

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  • lackboost
    lackboost Posts: 44
    I did break out a multimeter and am getting about 25.8 ohm on 3 of them and 16.8 on one of them. Does that mean the 16.8 one might be going bad or the 3 x 25.8 ones are bad?
    5.1 Main: AV7701, BDP-103, UBP-X800, M70-C3, XPA-3, XPA-2, BP7002, CLR2500, RTi4

    5.1 Room: 2309ci, LSi9, LSiC, PSB Image B4, CS350-LS, PSW10

    Car: 3sixty.3, HD600/4 + 750/1, XT25, ER18, Epic 12
  • F1nut
    F1nut Posts: 45,740
    lackboost wrote: »
    I tried to find specs on the MW4850. I have 4 of them salvaged from a CS350 LS and thought they might be fun for a project. Has anyone measured them or have OEM specs from Polk? Looking for T/S parameters or even FR Response and impedance curve. Thanks in advance!

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  • F1nut
    F1nut Posts: 45,740
    lackboost wrote: »
    I did break out a multimeter and am getting about 25.8 ohm on 3 of them and 16.8 on one of them. Does that mean the 16.8 one might be going bad or the 3 x 25.8 ones are bad?

    How are you measuring them, in or out of the circuit?
    Political Correctness'.........defined

    "A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a t-u-r-d by the clean end."


    President of Club Polk

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