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killerhurts 08-12-2010 11:13 AM

bazooka tube identification
 
I know they're 6" and passive, but it appears there's 4 different tubes 6" passive tubes. How can I find out the model #?

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killerhurts 08-12-2010 11:24 AM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
Also what size amp would I need to run it and where can I get the wiring for it? Its a 95 Lebaron.

heavyduty 08-12-2010 12:14 PM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
Welcome to the Bazooka Forum. You have T Series Tubes. Here are the specs for the 6" Tubes;

Woofer Size: 6.5"
Voice Coil Size: 1" high power/high temp
Magnet size: 20 oz.
Frequency Response: 39-1500 hz
Efficiency: 100 dB
Power handling: 6-100 watts/channel
Dimensions: 18" x 6.75" x 8"
Weight: 24 lbs.
Impedance: 4 ohm (available with 8 ohm woofers on a custom order basis)

heavyduty 08-12-2010 12:26 PM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by killerhurts (Post 29313)
Also what size amp would I need to run it and where can I get the wiring for it? Its a 95 Lebaron.

Look for an amplifier with an output of 100-200 watts. You will want to purchase an amplifier installation kit to install the amplifier.

http://store.bazooka.com/I8400K-8-GA...-kit-P380.aspx

http://www.bazooka.com/products/mobi...t-Amplifier-P8

killerhurts 08-12-2010 06:53 PM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
Problem, I noticed the dual voice coil ones are 300W, where the singles are 100W. I'm guessing that's the peak power. The recommended wattage is 100W for the single and 150W for the dual voice coil. So the recommended wattage for a pair of them would be 200W-300W depending on which one it is? If they're single, I'd be overloading them, but if they are dual, I'd probably be undercutting them. Is there a way to tell? .The previous owner had them hooked up to a 400W amp, but I don't know how much they knew about them.

Sorry, I'm just trying to understand it.

heavyduty 08-12-2010 08:17 PM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by killerhurts (Post 29322)
Problem, I noticed the dual voice coil ones are 300W, where the singles are 100W. I'm guessing that's the peak power. The recommended wattage is 100W for the single and 150W for the dual voice coil. So the recommended wattage for a pair of them would be 200W-300W depending on which one it is? If they're single, I'd be overloading them, but if they are dual, I'd probably be undercutting them. Is there a way to tell? .The previous owner had them hooked up to a 400W amp, but I don't know how much they knew about them.

Sorry, I'm just trying to understand it.

No problem. Your Tubes are single voice coil with a maximum recommended wattage of 100 watts per Tube. Any amplifier rated 200 watts mono (at a 2 ohm load) or 50 to 100 watts stereo (2 channel amplifier at a 4 ohm stereo load) will be a perfect match for these Tubes. You really do not want to power these with anything less then 50 watts or more then 100 watts. :)47

killerhurts 08-13-2010 05:12 PM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
I found some1 selling this bazooka tube, can you tell me an exact model #? I'm guessing it an older model. http://www.mypicx.com/08132010/Bazooka_tube/

heavyduty 08-13-2010 05:24 PM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by killerhurts (Post 29336)
I found some1 selling this bazooka tube, can you tell me an exact model #? I'm guessing it an older model. http://www.mypicx.com/08132010/Bazooka_tube/

That is an original T Series. Let me know what size the Tube is and I can post those specs for you if you'd like.

killerhurts 08-13-2010 08:06 PM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
Okay, I'll try to. Do you know When the T series cut production? Just trying to get an idea of the age.

killerhurts 08-13-2010 10:57 PM

Re: bazooka tube identification
 
Its a 10" woofer.


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