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B&C 10NW64 4ohm. These have a 4 ohm coil as opposed to the usual 8ohm coil. It's easier to get more power to them and with a 300 watt coil you can give it all you have. 96db sensitive so low power works really good too.

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Used for a few weeks. No defects. Some dust picked up by the sticky cone.

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$300 shipped NO TRADES

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included

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I got then from this guy new, you can see the photos here. They got a bit dustier since then so I'll post up an updated set of pics tonight.

http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/car-audio-classifieds/161078-b-c-10nw64-4ohm.html

For full specs look here, but remember the coil resistence is 4 ohm.

http://www.bcspeakers.com/products/lf-driver/10-0/8/10nw64

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Looking for Seas subwofers and passive radiators if anyone has some and wants to trade.
 

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Price lowered to $280 shipped.
 

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What sort of enclosure did you model for these?
I used them IB in doors. They should model better in vented or small sealed boxes. Just don't expect to run subless without some EQ.
 

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still for sale.
 

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Bump! my account is back up. I can take PMs now.
 

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Price lowered again to $270 shipped.
 

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Would love to have someone design a passive xover for these and my B&G's!
 

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Would love to have someone design a passive xover for these and my B&G's!
Imo that would expensive if you want to use the full power output. With 300 watt continuous power rating and 4 ohm to supply it easily you'll overwhelm that passive really fast. But I've always been an active crossover preacher so I'm biased. :)

A combination of an amplifier filter (those that use multipliers like x10 for 2way use) and head/processor is typically easy to get.

Otherwise, I'd pick a very robust high power passive. PE has some, I wouldn't skimp on quality:
Assembled Passive Crossovers in the Speaker Components Department at Parts Express | 308

99.9% of passive crossovers are dummies, with no real equalization for the speaker. Very few are custom made for the speaker even though most manufacturers will tell you that. Most just do HPF/LPF and a gain pot here and there.
 

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Imo that would expensive if you want to use the full power output. With 300 watt continuous power rating and 4 ohm to supply it easily you'll overwhelm that passive really fast. But I've always been an active crossover preacher so I'm biased. :)

A combination of an amplifier filter (those that use multipliers like x10 for 2way use) and head/processor is typically easy to get.

Otherwise, I'd pick a very robust high power passive. PE has some, I wouldn't skimp on quality:
Assembled Passive Crossovers in the Speaker Components Department at Parts Express | 308

99.9% of passive crossovers are dummies, with no real equalization for the speaker. Very few are custom made for the speaker even though most manufacturers will tell you that. Most just do HPF/LPF and a gain pot here and there.
I may end up going that route..... This is for a home application, off a bryston amp. Plenty of juice :)
 

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Price drop: $260 shipped
 
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