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    Good for XPL 200?

    Are those similar to the ones used in the XPL200.
    They are Automotive transducers.
    Damned this was Giskards special task.
    Who can help?
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    Damned this was Giskards special task.
    Task ? TASK ?
    - That sounds like a paying gig to me.
    - Are you a "Blade Runner" fan ?

    - ( by memory ) the driver in the pics, is comparable to either the 095ti or the 093ti / they have different voice-coil windings ( Aluminum or CCA ).



    EDIT #1
    Quote Originally Posted by "you know who"
    If you are referring to the 093Ti or 095Ti in the XPL Series then "no comment". The Performance Series is current product. I will only say that the Performance Series components are probably more user friendly for the DIY person than the XPL components. I personally wouldn't put any of the Performance Series components in an automobile. (Note - the T030 does use the D4R095TI diaphragm).
    EDIT #2

    Quote Originally Posted by "Roy"
    If I ever saw an XPL200 tech sheet it was very briefly.

    Known differences:

    XPL200
    095Ti (aluminum wire)
    046Ti (aluminum wire)
    0 dB and +2 dB UHF switch.

    XPL200A
    093Ti (copper clad aluminum wire)
    046Ti-1 (copper clad aluminum wire)
    -2 dB and 0 dB UHF switch.
    EDIT #3
    Quote Originally Posted by "Nexus6"
    The following are available: ( 2/12/05 )

    093Ti
    D4R093Ti
    095Ti
    D8R095Ti

    The D4R095Ti is out of stock:
    EDIT #4
    Quote Originally Posted by "Giskard"
    Well one learns something new everyday! ( 5/28/03 )

    The XPL200 used the 095Ti midrange transducer which did have aluminum wire. Also the UHF had a 0 dB and +2 dB switch.

    The XPL200A used the 093Ti midrange transducer which had copper clad aluminum wire. The UHF had a -2 dB and 0 dB switch.

    CCA wire is easier to work with. The net result isn't too significant.

    Both transducers are still available and in stock.



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    Guido


    have you been there ? :


    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbullet...highlight=t030

    Gerard

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    I believe the 030's are 4 ohm from the diaphram part number, that's good the 093 is 4 looking at the replacement diaphram on the techsheet, also they have a built in high pass filter too if I remember right.


    Rob

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    Thanks guys!!!
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