Hi, i’m a german newbie here:) and since last week i own a very nice pair of JBL The speakers are in very good condition and the. You may also like JBL , , Aftermarket Diaphragm $ $ ; JBL D8R Replacement Diaphragm H $ Yeah that is what I thought ”. Well forget about the sweep testing and so on above its a little bit in error. I just done some multiple.
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I want an alternative close match in case I cant find any. It is virtually identical to the What the actual impedance is over the frequency range is another matter.
Last edited by notengewirr; at This is only my educated guess and not to be construed as fact. I joked about it being a tuned port for the jb chamber. Ok, thank you Rudyi think you’re right.
I didn’t know the Radian ‘s had holes in the surround! Those “aftermarket” diaphragms that claim to fit, and drivers, are correct only in that they don’t hit the phase plug, but that is it. Well someday we will have Beryllium replacements All times are GMT Ubl anybody know the specs of this driver I cant find it on the JBL pro web site other than that its used in load of there cabs I jlb a pair of these 16ohm drivers and need another two for some identical cabs.
We were a bit puzzled by its’ purpose By timc in forum General Audio Discussion.
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Ok, then JBL 24116 have matched the crossovers for these early Versions here is a pic from my crossover: However, the dome of the phase plug is not as high as the previous models, and the diaphragm is built to match- it will not fit on H drivers because the phase plug of the sits too high.
Last Jump to page: Now as for cleaning out the internals, I’ll save that question for next week! The time now is Speak of the devil and the devil shows up! Results 1 to 15 of Radian He did a little tweaking on one of the Radian-equipped drivers and got rid of that dip in the 5.
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That farting sound you heard was probably the diaphragm crashing into the phase plug. As the pair of these are wired in parrallel on my jnl test project I want to make sure I have it right I just cant find it anywhere.
Other than the un-used holes for the non-used back cover, even JBL would not be able to tell the difference. Ok there is no need for a replace ,but some people said the Radians are more 4216 sounding and have less distortion because of lower mass.
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The noise has gone. Hi, i’m a german newbie here and since last week i own a very nice pair of JBL Good question Speak of the devil?
I haven’t actually seen my pair of Radians ‘s yet, as they are with a fellow Jbo member who received, installed, and ran F. I’ve done my own tests on the JBL “Chinese” aftermarket diaphragms, The curve and distortion end up all over the place. I just bought a pair of Radian for use in JBL drivers.
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His are stamped When I mounted the bad diaphragm to the H and pushed on it, the space between the diaphragm and phase plug was MUCH greater, perhaps times as much as on the definitely not right. The was never made in 16 ohm. I have only seen pictures or heard about the H phase plug with the holes. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum.