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Its a 10" woofer.
Voice Coil Size; 1.5" high power/high temp
Magnet Size; 28 oz.
Frequency Response: 39-1000 ha.
Efficiency: 104 dB
Power Handling: 6 to 200 watts/channel
Dimensions: 20.75" x 10.3" x 12.2"
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Okay, I'll try to. Do you know When the T series cut production? Just trying to get an idea of the age.
That Tube was made 20 -25 years ago. The T Series Tubes were followed by two seperate Tubes, the EL Series and the RS Series. If memory serves me correctly this was in 1995 (maybe 1997, I don't have the exact date in front of me).
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you seem to know everything so i'm hoping you can help me. can you give me the specs to this bazooka . . . http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Amplifie...item2a0e3fbc56
when i was in high school my friend had two 6 in bazooka bass tubes, one amplified and one passive. He had the passive wired into the powered and they sounded excelent. I have bought a coulpe tubes in the past few years hoping to get the sound i remember, but cant. I'm hoping this might be very similar to what he had, but just cant for the life of me remember for sure what they looked like.
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heavyduty,
you seem to know everything so i'm hoping you can help me. can you give me the specs to this bazooka . . . http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Amplifie...item2a0e3fbc56
when i was in high school my friend had two 6 in bazooka bass tubes, one amplified and one passive. He had the passive wired into the powered and they sounded excelent. I have bought a coulpe tubes in the past few years hoping to get the sound i remember, but cant. I'm hoping this might be very similar to what he had, but just cant for the life of me remember for sure what they looked like.
thanks in advance
Welcome to the Bazooka Forum. I appreciate your kind words, but I assure you, I do not know everything.

That does appear to be an A40. Here are the specs for that Tube;

Rated Output:
@4 ohms 40 watts mono
@2 ohms 80 watts mono

Frequency Response +/- 1 db:
Crossover at highest setting 20-250Hz
Crossover at lowest setting 20-50Hz

Crossover:
12 db per octave low pass electronic crossover; continuously variable from 50Hz to 250Hz

Filter Type:
Butterworth

Input Sensitivity:
High Level 700mV-25 Volts RMS
Low Level 100mV-1 Volt RMS
(Continuously variable Gain Control)

Protection:
Thermal and in-line fuse

Woofer Size: 6.5"
Efficiency: 100dB
Dimensions: 18.625" x 6.75" x 8"

Here is a link for the wiring diagram;

http://www.bazooka.com/tech/wiring-diagrams/A-40

Please post back with any other questions you may have.
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I'm noticing on the wiring diagrams for all of those, there are only wires for hi level inputs. I know for a fact from what i remember, the one tube was amplified and the other passive tube was wired into the amplified tube and got its power that way. If i got one powered and one passive, isnt there a way to do this?
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I'm noticing on the wiring diagrams for all of those, there are only wires for hi level inputs. I know for a fact from what i remember, the one tube was amplified and the other passive tube was wired into the amplified tube and got its power that way. If i got one powered and one passive, isnt there a way to do this?
Yes. You are confusing the High Level Inputs (signal) with the High Level Outputs (which connect to the slave unit). The Green and Grey wires are for the High Level Inputs while the Black wires are for the High Level Outputs.
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Default Re: bazooka tube identification

also i find alot of info about the bta250 but cant find much about the rsa or ela tubes. which of the three do you think i might be searching for? also im not quite sure about the matching passive tube. for instance if i got the bta250 would the bt6024dvc be the ideal mate?
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also i find alot of info about the bta250 but cant find much about the rsa or ela tubes. which of the three do you think i might be searching for? also im not quite sure about the matching passive tube. for instance if i got the bta250 would the bt6024dvc be the ideal mate?
The T, EL and RS Series Tubes have all been discontinued and replaced with the BT Series. You can still view or download EL and RS Series owner's manuals on the website. The BT6014 is the correct slave unit for the BTA6250D.
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Default Re: bazooka tube identification

thank you very much for all your help. I have one more question. The bta6250d is 2ohm stable correct? and if i have the bt6014, how would i wire the both of them to operate at 2ohms?
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