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pair 2 inch midrange drivers Community M200

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Up for sale; one pair of Community M200 drivers, 2 inch throat.

Frequency range 400- 4.000Hz [ go up to 8.000Hz acc. to specs].

Very smooth and natural sounding drivers; low compression rate. Shipping is $60 [NL] to the U.S.

Price; $275 --shipping included-- for the pair.

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These are ultra fine low distortion drivers with low compression ratio,top performing mid drivers. Good deal.

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that's a steal.  New for a single..

 

 

 

Community M200 
Midrange Driver Assembly

OUR PART #:  M200

For Parts Assistance, call 800-356-5844 and press "3" or email parts@fullcompass.com
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Midrange Driver Assembly
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Our Price: $377.00
List Price: $410.00
You save 8%!

 

http://www.fullcompass.com/prod/120266-Community-M200

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PM Sent.

 

I have JBL 2404's to go with these.  They should go down to 4,000.

 

Moray, any issue with them being 8 ohms?  I will be building crossovers from scratch (I have transformers).  The use is K Horns of La Scalas with a Type A or ALK Jr. 

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I am not well versed in xover design but I don't think the impedance will pose any issues, you could check with Community and see what the cost is for a 16ohm set of diaphragms. system efficiency will be set by the least efficient driver which is most often the woofer.

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Thanks.  I's pretty sure it is just different capacitors as different values will be inputted into the equations. 

 

I think that I read a post where you said that you had customers use the JBL 2404's with these and they were very happy. 

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