View Single Post
  #5  
Old 04-20-2013, 11:20 AM
heavyduty's Avatar
heavyduty heavyduty is offline
Super Moderator
 
Join Date: Jan 2008
Posts: 2,950
Thanks: 351
Thanked 771 Times in 690 Posts
Groans: 0
Groaned at 0 Times in 0 Posts
Reputation: 781
heavyduty is a splendid one to beholdheavyduty is a splendid one to beholdheavyduty is a splendid one to beholdheavyduty is a splendid one to beholdheavyduty is a splendid one to beholdheavyduty is a splendid one to beholdheavyduty is a splendid one to behold
Default Re: Converting BTA 10100's to Passive

Quote:
Originally Posted by SluggoCFF View Post
Not worried about the Warranty since they're both a few years old (I'm just happy I don't need to throw them away): I'm one of those that doesn't have the time to learn how everyone's return policies work, it just frustrates me to no end...

Since 100 Watt's is pretty useless for a Subwoofer I guess I'd need to look into increasing their power handling limits. About increasing the power handling of the Tube's (by replacing the BTA drivers with the passive BT drivers):

How much are BT Drivers?
Where can I get the Passive BT Drivers?
How difficult is it to replace the BTA Driver with the passive BT Driver?
You can order the replacement drivers through the online store. Either one of these will work if you want to get down to a 2 ohm mono load;

http://store.bazooka.com/WF1042-10-I...2-VC-P252.aspx

http://store.bazooka.com/WF1082-10-I...-VC--P256.aspx

Switching out the subwoofers is quite easy. Remove the fasteners, pull of the grill, remove the woofer and replace.
__________________
power your system down
Reply With Quote
The Following User Says Thank You to heavyduty For This Useful Post:
Geneh (04-29-2013)