Reconer

01-22-2004, 09:53 AM

Anyone know of any online information regarding specs for Cetec Gauss speaker components?

Thanks,

<<JJ>>

Thanks,

<<JJ>>

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Reconer

01-22-2004, 09:53 AM

Anyone know of any online information regarding specs for Cetec Gauss speaker components?

Thanks,

<<JJ>>

Thanks,

<<JJ>>

Oldmics

01-22-2004, 10:15 AM

Hello,What specifics are you looking for?I do have some info.Unfortunatly I do not know of a site for Gauss info.Cones are getting tough to find.

Oldmics

Oldmics

Reconer

01-22-2004, 10:31 AM

Thanks Oldmics,

Trying to work some of these drivers into SR projects, so I'm

trying to find crossover points, frequency ranges, etc.

Here's what I've got.....

High Freq. 2080 and 1502

Low/mid? 2840 12"

4581 15"

5831 15"

Trying to work some of these drivers into SR projects, so I'm

trying to find crossover points, frequency ranges, etc.

Here's what I've got.....

High Freq. 2080 and 1502

Low/mid? 2840 12"

4581 15"

5831 15"

Don McRitchie

01-22-2004, 10:34 AM

Try EV. They were the last owners of the brand. I believe they kept the technical information even after they killed the product line in 1998.

Reconer

01-22-2004, 10:49 AM

Way to go Don!

Couldn't find any info online, but I did find an 800 number.

Seems a sexy voiced Wendi is going to look way in the back and

email me some specs.

You guys are all a great resource.

Thanks again ! ! !

<<JJ>>

Couldn't find any info online, but I did find an 800 number.

Seems a sexy voiced Wendi is going to look way in the back and

email me some specs.

You guys are all a great resource.

Thanks again ! ! !

<<JJ>>

Reconer

01-22-2004, 11:20 AM

Oh well.

Here's Wendi's reply.

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Jim

We do not have any specs on these. There is a gentleman that does some work on Gauss and Altec Speakers. He could possible have what you are looking for. His name is Bill Hanuschak and his number is 405-789-0221.

Thanks

Wendi Scroggins

Sr. Customer Service Representative

Telex/Electro Voice

1 Telex Drive

Morrilton, AR 72110

1-800-685-2606 ext 5210

Fax # 501-354-1118

wendi.scroggins@telex.com

Here's Wendi's reply.

----------------------------------------------

Jim

We do not have any specs on these. There is a gentleman that does some work on Gauss and Altec Speakers. He could possible have what you are looking for. His name is Bill Hanuschak and his number is 405-789-0221.

Thanks

Wendi Scroggins

Sr. Customer Service Representative

Telex/Electro Voice

1 Telex Drive

Morrilton, AR 72110

1-800-685-2606 ext 5210

Fax # 501-354-1118

wendi.scroggins@telex.com

GordonW

01-22-2004, 10:08 PM

Gauss 4581:

Dia: 15"

Fs= 41Hz

Vas= 269 liters

Qms=2

Qes=.3

Qts=.2609

Le= 1mh

Xmax= 1mm

Re= 5.8 ohms

Sd= 890 sq.cm

SPL= 100.6 dB/1w/1m

Looks like their version of the E130/K130, really. Not a lot of cone excursion. Good guitar speaker, questionable for keyboard (lack of bottom end output capacity, with the low excursion).

Still looking for 5831 info...

BTW: JJ, the K140 looks kinda interesting. I'm maybe a bit hesitant, given it's only rated at 150 watts... but the other parameters seem to indicate it should work pretty well in a keyboard rig, as long as it's not expected to go stratospheric volume levels on a huge amp. And of course, if it ever blows up, you could always recone it as a 2225, and become much more bulletproof (400w power handling, IIRC)... and in fact, the K140 and 2225 can work in the same box tuning, if it's set up right to start with, to do so (for example, 4 ft^3 tuned to about 43-45 Hz ported would work with either, and give bottom end into the mid-40s)...

Regards,

Gordon.

Dia: 15"

Fs= 41Hz

Vas= 269 liters

Qms=2

Qes=.3

Qts=.2609

Le= 1mh

Xmax= 1mm

Re= 5.8 ohms

Sd= 890 sq.cm

SPL= 100.6 dB/1w/1m

Looks like their version of the E130/K130, really. Not a lot of cone excursion. Good guitar speaker, questionable for keyboard (lack of bottom end output capacity, with the low excursion).

Still looking for 5831 info...

BTW: JJ, the K140 looks kinda interesting. I'm maybe a bit hesitant, given it's only rated at 150 watts... but the other parameters seem to indicate it should work pretty well in a keyboard rig, as long as it's not expected to go stratospheric volume levels on a huge amp. And of course, if it ever blows up, you could always recone it as a 2225, and become much more bulletproof (400w power handling, IIRC)... and in fact, the K140 and 2225 can work in the same box tuning, if it's set up right to start with, to do so (for example, 4 ft^3 tuned to about 43-45 Hz ported would work with either, and give bottom end into the mid-40s)...

Regards,

Gordon.

Earl K

01-23-2004, 06:46 AM

Hi Reconer

4581 15"

5831 15"

Your 5831 is an older version of the 3581. Gauss changed their transducer numbering convention around 1978 ( I think ). I used to own 8842 woofers. These were the first generation 4882 ( 18" ). The first number "used to" denote speaker size - in your case 15". The second digit was impedance. The third digit referred to voice coil size - in your case 3". Then , as I said Gauss swapped it around so that the first digit became voice coil size, second digit reflects frame size and third digit idicates impedance, fourth digit was a usage designation of sorts. A 3261 then is a 3" voice coil, 12" frame , 16 ohm impedance, with extended highs, speaker .

The Ts for a 3581 is ;

Fs - 29hz

Qms - 1.73

Qes - .22

Qts - .19

Vas - 15.8 cu'

Xmax - 1.02mm

Sensitivity - 103 db

Pe - 200 watts

Highest recommended Xover point - 1200 hz

regards <> Earl K

4581 15"

5831 15"

Your 5831 is an older version of the 3581. Gauss changed their transducer numbering convention around 1978 ( I think ). I used to own 8842 woofers. These were the first generation 4882 ( 18" ). The first number "used to" denote speaker size - in your case 15". The second digit was impedance. The third digit referred to voice coil size - in your case 3". Then , as I said Gauss swapped it around so that the first digit became voice coil size, second digit reflects frame size and third digit idicates impedance, fourth digit was a usage designation of sorts. A 3261 then is a 3" voice coil, 12" frame , 16 ohm impedance, with extended highs, speaker .

The Ts for a 3581 is ;

Fs - 29hz

Qms - 1.73

Qes - .22

Qts - .19

Vas - 15.8 cu'

Xmax - 1.02mm

Sensitivity - 103 db

Pe - 200 watts

Highest recommended Xover point - 1200 hz

regards <> Earl K

Reconer

01-23-2004, 06:50 AM

Thanks Earl !

Do you have any info on the HF stuff?

The 2080 and 1502?

Do you have any info on the HF stuff?

The 2080 and 1502?

Earl K

01-23-2004, 08:17 AM

Hi

The 2080 is an aluminum 2" diaphragm (1" exit ) with an 8 ohm impedance.

If it was a 2081 it would be a phenolic diaphragm ( 8 ohms ). At 800 hz Xo, the 2080 has a rated power handling of 25 watts rms, at 1200 hz Xo, the power handling goes up to 40 watts rms. A 2080 has a usable response of 800 to 18,000 hz.

The 1502 ( Big Tweet ) has a 1.5" aluminum diaphragm. Usable response is given as 2500 hz to 20,000 hz - though 20k is about 8 db lower than 10k . Power handling is about 30 watts . Not a very linear response curve.

Hook them up & see if you like them .

<. Earl K

The 2080 is an aluminum 2" diaphragm (1" exit ) with an 8 ohm impedance.

If it was a 2081 it would be a phenolic diaphragm ( 8 ohms ). At 800 hz Xo, the 2080 has a rated power handling of 25 watts rms, at 1200 hz Xo, the power handling goes up to 40 watts rms. A 2080 has a usable response of 800 to 18,000 hz.

The 1502 ( Big Tweet ) has a 1.5" aluminum diaphragm. Usable response is given as 2500 hz to 20,000 hz - though 20k is about 8 db lower than 10k . Power handling is about 30 watts . Not a very linear response curve.

Hook them up & see if you like them .

<. Earl K

John

08-08-2007, 03:49 PM

How bout a Guass 4583A Anyone have the spec's for that animal:bouncy:

Lawrence HF

08-08-2007, 09:48 PM

I may have asked about the 5831 long ago, have 2 of them, 1 in use now. Thanks to Earl, I now know something about them.

baergy

11-13-2007, 11:26 PM

Hi Reconer

Your 5831 is an older version of the 3581. Gauss changed their transducer numbering convention around 1978 ( I think ). I used to own 8842 woofers. These were the first generation 4882 ( 18" ). The first number "used to" denote speaker size - in your case 15". The second digit was impedance. The third digit referred to voice coil size - in your case 3". Then , as I said Gauss swapped it around so that the first digit became voice coil size, second digit reflects frame size and third digit idicates impedance, fourth digit was a usage designation of sorts. A 3261 then is a 3" voice coil, 12" frame , 16 ohm impedance, with extended highs, speaker .

The Ts for a 3581 is ;

Fs - 29hz

Qms - 1.73

Qes - .22

Qts - .19

Vas - 15.8 cu'

Xmax - 1.02mm

Sensitivity - 103 db

Pe - 200 watts

Highest recommended Xover point - 1200 hz

regards <> Earl K

Hi Earl,

Any chance that you would have spec's on From circa 1974, I have 1- 12" Gauss 2140 serial #00220 4 ohm, 2- 12" Gauss 2101 Serial #00208 & #00217 8 ohm.

Thanks,

Bill

Your 5831 is an older version of the 3581. Gauss changed their transducer numbering convention around 1978 ( I think ). I used to own 8842 woofers. These were the first generation 4882 ( 18" ). The first number "used to" denote speaker size - in your case 15". The second digit was impedance. The third digit referred to voice coil size - in your case 3". Then , as I said Gauss swapped it around so that the first digit became voice coil size, second digit reflects frame size and third digit idicates impedance, fourth digit was a usage designation of sorts. A 3261 then is a 3" voice coil, 12" frame , 16 ohm impedance, with extended highs, speaker .

The Ts for a 3581 is ;

Fs - 29hz

Qms - 1.73

Qes - .22

Qts - .19

Vas - 15.8 cu'

Xmax - 1.02mm

Sensitivity - 103 db

Pe - 200 watts

Highest recommended Xover point - 1200 hz

regards <> Earl K

Hi Earl,

Any chance that you would have spec's on From circa 1974, I have 1- 12" Gauss 2140 serial #00220 4 ohm, 2- 12" Gauss 2101 Serial #00208 & #00217 8 ohm.

Thanks,

Bill

John

11-15-2007, 04:40 PM

How bout a Guass 4583A Anyone have the spec's for that animal:bouncy:

:blah:

:blah:

edgewound

11-16-2007, 02:17 PM

Here ya go:

John

11-16-2007, 09:12 PM

Thanks edge. Much appreciated.:applaud:

general burt

01-27-2008, 07:58 PM

hi

How bout a Gauss(15') model:2841(became 4281 i think) Anyone have the more info and spec's

thks

How bout a Gauss(15') model:2841(became 4281 i think) Anyone have the more info and spec's

thks

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