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fatjimo fatjimo
Publié le 03/05/07 à 07:19
The JBL 2226 H incorporates all the techniques in cooling bills speaker except the ferro fluid and radiator bolt.
Description JBL 2226 G / H / J woofer 380 millimtres
Technical specifications
Pink noise power handling of 600W (AES Standard AES, 50-500 Hz)
Flat wire coil aluminum millimtres 100
Rponse of 30-2.5 kHz (- 10 dB)
Sensitivity 97 dB, 1W, 1m
SFG magnet structure
Capt. composed of glass fiber / paper Chssis die-cast aluminum
Impdance 4/8/16 ohm value (G / H / J)
Dynamic compression is:
of 0.7 dB 2.5 dB 60 watts of power
of 4.0 dB 3 dB power 300 watts
measuring from 50-500 hertz, with pink noise for 5 minutes to power indicates

Factor B * s 13.5 N / A
Xmax 7.6 millimtres
The length of the coil is of 19.05 millimtres
The width is from 8.1 lentrefer millimtres
The engine weight is 6.8 kg magntique assemble.

SOUNDS

RAS

OVERALL OPINION

The 15 "JBL sound the most common, used in all across sub, the speakers in broadband (up to 1200Hz JBL uses its speakers)

one of them was a nine remambrane warranty (default spool ...) they are in very good condition.
Thoman is the price at $ 377 piece:

https://www.thomann.de/fr/jbl_2226h_tieftoener.htm

I propose a logically that price but for two! (Excluding postage, but I prefer a removal recess on site)

I reminds that it is the 4 ohm version, so ideal to use the maximum power of the amp!
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