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CTS 15"

Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by Jammin'John, Oct 2, 2013.

  1. Jammin'John

    Jammin'John Friend of Leo's

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    I have a 15" ceramic CTS labeled A513-033497 137 606 4 ohms

    Will my Tweed Pro be too much for it ?

    Is that a 1" vc. that I see ?

    Is it less loud than the Weber 15F150 (C15N) that I have in the Pro now ?

    JJ
     

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  2. BobbyZ

    BobbyZ Doctor of Teleocity

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    Does your pro have a 4 ohm tap on the output transformer? If it's an original I'd keep the impedance matched. On a clone it's probably got a multi tap OT.
    The original is 8ohms and might be fine with a mismatch but I wouldn't risk it.
     
  3. Jammin'John

    Jammin'John Friend of Leo's

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    My Pro is a clone with 4 and 8 ohm taps.
    Would this speaker handle the power without blowing ?
    I wind the amp up pretty good !

    JJ
     
  4. BobbyZ

    BobbyZ Doctor of Teleocity

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    Your golden then ! Any old speaker can blow bet it won't though. I'd use it!

    This reminds me I've got 3 unknown alnico 15s out of some organ cabs. (well 2 I gave one to my brother) I need to make a baffle for my 5e7 Bandmaster clone and try one. It also has multi taps.
     
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