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    116H Thiele-Small Parameters?

    I see them for the 116A, but not for the H. Are they different - anybody got them?

    And what about the H2, H3 and HS? (don't need these, just curious on the multiplicity)
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    Wait a minute...

    The T-S parameters for the 116H-2 were posted here 23 May, so my question should have been does the 116H differ from the 116H-2?

    But, still curious on the reason for the other designations, too.
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    Re: 116H Thiele-Small Parameters?

    Here's what I have:
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    I knew you'd be out there...

    Thanks.

    But any clue why the multiple models? Do you know the production sequence?
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    Well the 116A was designed for the L16 Decade and then used in the L19 and 4301. The 116H was used in the L19A and 4301B. The 116H-1 was designed for the L60T and I think it was also the T80 car stereo transducer. The 116H-2 was designed for the original 4408. JBL had a few different designs for the 125/127 transducer as well, depending on which application it was to be used in.

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    Anyone have TS for the 116h-3 and/or the 218f?


    Thanks,

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    Unhappy 116H-1 Recone

    OCS speakers wants $164 and Don Ramon wants $144 for a recone, and if I do one, I'll want to do the other. So that's $300 for the pair.

    Are there any functional equivalents to this driver that will work in an L60t?

    I have a number of 8" drivers in the "bull pen" including 108H, 708G, 908T, and whatever was in the SVA1800 (slips my mind right now).
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    Uhmmm,

    Does anyone have 116H-3 T/S parameters yet?

    It's the woofer in 4408A....

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    I could be wrong, but I believe that the 116H2 was in the L40t3 as well. I am not sure as I have actually been looking for a pair for quite a while, but I think I remember seeing that on the JBL website in the past.

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    Yup, looks like:

    http://manuals.harman.com/JBL/HOM/Te...L40T3%20ts.pdf

    There's a single NIB "H-2" on eBay right now.

    Won't work for me, tho, so have at it....

    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-8-JBL-116H-2...QQcmdZViewItem

    [I've "marked" the "A's" there.... ]

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    Greetings, Friends,

    Did anyone ever dig up the T/S numbers for the 116H-3? Just got a pair that look to be brand new, and they test OK. But, they do not fit my 4408 cabinets, as the frame is a different size. Any ideas as to the real poop (T/S) on these little guys? Thanks, and God Bless!

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