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Eminence Kappa Pro-15LF2 600W Replacement PA Speaker
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The Eminience Kappa Pro-15LF2 Speaker is a subwoofer/woofer that's great for all PA and musical instrument applications, including bass. The Kappa P...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Eminience Kappa Pro-15LF2 Speaker is a subwoofer/woofer that's great for all PA and musical instrument applications, including bass. The Kappa Pro-15LF2 replacement speaker features a Kapton coil former for increased rigidity and thermal protection; a polyamide-coated, 2-layer, 28ga., copper voice coil for improved power handling and durability; 120oz. ferrite magnet; vented and extended core for increased power handling; die-cast aluminum basket for rigidity; a paper cone; cloth cone edge; and solid composition paper dust cap.
Eminence LF models are specially designed with extended Xmax to deliver more bass than standard models and provide a true woofer for 3-way applications. This PA speaker has been specially designed to give a clean, extended bass response in ported cabinets of approximately 110 liters (3.9 cu. ft.). An ideal speaker for portable high power P.A. and club music systems.
- Kapton coil former for increased rigidity and thermal protection
- 2-layer, 28ga., copper voice coil for improved power handling and durability
- 120oz. ferrite magnet
- Vented and extended core for increased power-handling
- Die-cast aluminum basket for rigidity
- Paper cone
- Cloth cone edge
Kappa Pro-15LF2 600W Replacement PA Speaker
- Nominal Basket Diameter: 15 inches (381mm)
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Power Rating: 600 watts
- Resonance: 35Hz
- Usable Frequency Range: 38Hz - 1.8kHz
- Magnet Weight: 120oz
- Gap Height: 0.375 inches (9.52mm)
- Voice Coil Diameter: 3.0 inches (76.2mm)
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Comments about Eminence Kappa Pro-15LF2 600W Replacement PA Speaker:
I purchased this speaker about six months ago and it was well worth the money. I am a jazz/rock player who needed a reliable speaker. I run it through a Hartke 3500A amp in a vintage WEST cabinet. It sounds unbelievable. I used to play with a vintage Fender Speaker and this is much lighter and has great highs and lows. I recommend this for players who are serious about their sound.