What speakers are in my 1977 Twin Reverb silver face?

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I wish I could read the labels stuck on the magnets. Does anyone know how to enhance old faded labels so they can be read?
You could try a black light. It's possible taking a photo then enhancing the brightness and contrast might bring out text.
 

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I wish I could read the labels stuck on the magnets. Does anyone know how to enhance old faded labels so they can be read?
Those look a lot like the original Emi's that were in my Red Knob Twin. They were great speakers. So much so that I took them out and kept them when I sold the amp.

Robust lows, not piercing highs, warmish upper mids.
 

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Those look a lot like the original Emi's that were in my Red Knob Twin. They were great speakers. So much so that I took them out and kept them when I sold the amp.

Robust lows, not piercing highs, warmish upper mids.
I've looked at my RKT blue labels closely, weighed them, measured them, and they are really close to a Swamp Thang. Anyone confirm with Eminence?
 

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I may have found the speaker cone 12821


Says the voice coil diameter is 1.850". Does that mean it is designed for a 2" voice coil?
 




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