All systems go ! Peerless NE25VTS-04 Tweeter back in stock click HERE for details.

All systems go ! Peerless NE25VTS-04 Tweeter back in stock click HERE for details.

Search

SPH-165

Monacor SPH-165 Bass / Mid speaker

Monacor SPH-165.

IN UK STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DISPATCH.

Excellent replacement for Linn Keilidh and TDL Studio 1 bass units.

This 6.5 inch unit features a damped polypropylene cone, a powerful 120mm ferrite magnet system and a vented pole piece. The frequency response is smooth with good midrange control and extension. Excellent results are possible with well designed bass reflex systems.

Key Features:

  • Damped polypropylene cone
  • Aluminium voicecoil former
  • Very smooth response
  • Large 120mm ferrite magnet
  • Extension down to 33 Hz
  • Vented pole piece

    Basic parameters:

    Resonant frequency (fs) 33 Hz Nominal impedance (Zn) 8 Ω
    Mechanical Q factor (Qms) 2.02 DC resistance (Re) 6.3 Ω
    Electrical Q factor (Qes) 0.23 Max power handling 100W
    Total Q factor (Qts) 0.21 Sensitivity (2.83V/1m) 89 dB
    Equivalent volume (Vas) 36L Chassis diameter 165 mm

     

    Here's the full datasheet:

    .pdf icon

    SPH165

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    100%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    P
    Paul Hindle
    Great results on a tired pair of Keilidhs

    Surprised that there was no review of these drivers so I thought I’d do one. Upgraded my 30 year old mk1 Keilidhs with the Monacors. Really easy to do if you’re handy with a soldering iron. After 50-100hrs of use they are now really settled in and on song. Same old Keilidh sound with just more of everything. After doing the tweeters a few months ago it’s feels like I’ve bought a brand new pair of Keilidhs for a fraction of the cost of modern equivalents. Well worth doing if you want to keep your Keilidhs. If you want to keep the original anti diffraction rings, the plastic rings attached to the Monacors will need to be very carefully removed. I found this easy for three of them as they were secured with rubber type adhesive which came away without pulling the rubber skirt of the cone, but the forth was secured using a stronger black type sealant which pulled at the skirt in two small places. This was easily secured and sealed so no problem just something to be aware of. The drivers look ok with the plastic rings but I thought aesthetically better with the originals.

    Thankyou for your review Paul !
    Will & Caroline

    Search