Tennessee Jedi wrote:Good luck getting the speaker out without destroying the cab
redeyedjim wrote:Tennessee Jedi wrote:Good luck getting the speaker out without destroying the cab
Well, sure, that's obviously a concern. The speaker mounts from the rear and appears to be held in by four nuts, though it isn't clear of those nuts are attached to studs or bolts. I should be OK if they're studs, but I'm probably SOL if they're bolts.
Mr.Burns wrote:I've seen both studs and bolts on Peavey amps and cabinets(bolts usually means captive nuts and front loaded). More to the point, I've swapped out speakers in Peavey amps and cabs, and I've never had a problem before. But I don't own a Rage, I have it's big brother Studio Pro112. Worst case scenario you might need a different(better) baffle depending on what speaker you choose. I've read about about guys doing this with the Rage 258, which is 8 ohms, but the 158 is 4 ohms(or so I've been told). Which is yours?
TI4-1009 wrote:Weber High Power Series Alnico 10? But it's like $180, maybe too much for your application? I found my JBL K 10" recone for less than that on the Bay.
TI4-1009 wrote:Excellent! Talk about "sow's ear into a silk purse".
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