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Jensen C10R 25W 10" Replacement Speaker  8 ohm

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Overview

  • Ceramic magnet
  • Vintage vibe
Description & Specs
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    $74.95
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Genuine Jensen quality construction for great vintage vibe.

The Jensen 'C' Series provides pristine vintage tone coupled with the cost and weight advantages of ceramic magnets. Originally developed in the 1960s to meet the ever increasing demands of the emerging pop music industry, the 'C' Series has remained influential ever since. 8 ohms.

Features

  • Ceramic magnet
  • Vintage vibe

Order today and get your old favorite sounding like new again!

 
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JensenC10R 25W 10" Replacement Speaker
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Great price. Even better speaker!

By The Butcher

from Ocala, Florida

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Good Quality
  • Great Presence
  • Improves Sound
  • Outstanding Value

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Recording
  • That Fender Sound

Comments about Jensen C10R 25W 10" Replacement Speaker:

I put this speaker in my 72 Fender Princeton because the Celestion that had been in it since the early 80s had seen better days. My thinking was that if I didnt like it I wouldnt be out of a big chunk of change. Its been in the amp for about a year and I have no plans of changing it for many more. The sound is very expansive and massively present. It is however not a very loud speaker respectively when compared with the Celestion it replaced. All in all it is a signifigant improvement in tone and an unbeatable value.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great speaker for many styles

By ThreeEchoBravo

from Northern Virginia

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Pros

  • Bright But Not Harsh
  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Warm But Not Muddy

Cons

  • Relatively Low-volume

Best Uses

  • Practice
  • Recording
  • Small Gigs

Comments about Jensen C10R 25W 10" Replacement Speaker:

This speaker came stock in my Fender '65 Princeton Reverb Reissue, and to date it is the best-sounding speaker I have heard. I had heard a lot of hype about alnico speakers and other brands and expected I might need to upgrade the stock speaker. However, after much experimentation I stand behind this speaker 100%. Perception of sound is subjective; that being said, this speaker is clear and warm without harshness or muddiness. It is very well-voiced for guitar. Sometimes the cheaper, lighter-weight speaker really is better...but of course let your ears decide.

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Better than I was expecting

By Phil O'Keefe-iV9fw

from Riverside CA

Comments about Jensen C10R 25W 10" Replacement Speaker:

I purchased the reissue Jensen C10R as a replacement for the damaged Oxford speaker in my '71 Princeton Amp. Initially I did so as a temp measure, with the intention of eventually replacing it with a Weber. Two years later, and it's still in the amp. I had heard mixed reviews of the reissue Jensen speakers, and while they may not sound exactly like the 60s era models, they sound much better than what everyone led me to believe. It has a good balance of low (100-200Hz) warmth and treble (2-5kHz) articulation, and fairly late breakup. It's not an extremely efficient (nor inefficient) speaker (~94.7dB@1W,1m), so if you're looking for maximum (or minimum) volume for a given wattage, you may want to look elsewhere. It does pair nicely with old Fender tube amps such as the Princeton, and provides a classic, well known sound.

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