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250W 8 Ohm 200mm Kevlar Cone Woofer

16.91
A 250W 200mm high power woofer with a reinforced Kevlar cone. Features rubber surrounds, vented magnets and heat resistant 4 layer voice coils.

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A 250W 200mm high-powered woofer with a reinforced Kevlar cone. Incorporating rubber surrounds, vented magnets and heat resistant 4 layer voice coils, these speakers can easily handle power peaks, yet produce a smooth sound that will please any Hi-Fi enthusiast.

Features:

  • Kevlar cone.
  • Rubber surround.
  • Vented magnet.
  • 4 layer voice coil.
  • Black metal chassis.
  • Spade terminals.

Contents:

  • 1 x 250W 8 Ohm 200mm Kevlar Cone Woofer.

Dimensions:

  • Height: 100mm.
  • Diameter: 200mm.

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Posted by Tom Brogan, Wednesday, 1 July 2015 on product 250W 8 Ohm 200mm Kevlar Cone Woofer
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    This would depend on the specification of the car audio system that you were looking at putting the woofer in.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Wednesday, 1 July 2015
Posted by Tom Brogan, Tuesday, 30 June 2015 on product 250W 8 Ohm 200mm Kevlar Cone Woofer
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    The woofer doesn’t require a power supply as the power required to move the speaker is forced through from the amplifier. If you use our high powered amp kit at with this woofer at best you will still only get 30W as that is the maximum the amplifier kit can produce, In reality less than this because half the power output will be high frequencies that the woofer can’t deal with.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Tuesday, 30 June 2015
Posted by Brannon, Thursday, 9 October 2014 on product 250W 8 Ohm 200mm Kevlar Cone Woofer
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    A: In order to get a good frequency response from your speaker you would want the woofer on this page to take care of the low frequencies and a tweeter to take care of the higher frequencies giving a good output across the range. Unfortunately it isn't as straightforward as just connecting a woofer and a tweeter to the output of your stereo. What needs to happen is that the audio is split up and the high frequency component goes to the tweeter and the low frequency component goes to the woofer. This is in actual fact easy to do and just requires the use of a crossover. The crossover has a pair of input connections that come from the stereo and then a connection to go to the woofer and one to go to the tweeter. On simple crossovers the cut off frequency is fixed, on more complicated crossovers there is the option to set the frequency at which the the signal goes to the woofer or tweeter so the response of the two speakers can be best catered for. So in order to answer your question in addition to the woofer you would need a tweeter and a cross over.
    Posted by Geoff Hampson on Thursday, 9 October 2014

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Physical characteristics:

  • Height: 100mm.
  • Diameter: 200mm.

Electrical characteristics:

  • Impedance: 8 Ohms.
  • Frequency Response: 27Hz - 6kHz.
  • Volume (SPL @ 1W/1m): 85.5dB.
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How to use a 2-Way Passive Crossover
A crossover is the name given to a circuit that splits an audio signal into separate frequency bands. This allows different frequency bands of the output from an amplifier to be sent to different speakers instead of all being sent to one speaker.
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