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From the Celestion budget line of drivers.
This 15 Inch Driver Rated For Up To 300 Watts (RMS) Of Power Was Designed For All Sound Reinforcement...
Affordable replacement speaker.
The Truvox 1225 was designed for all professional sound reinforcement applications. This 12" driver is Rated...
This Bass & Mid Range Driver Has A High Sensitivity and Is Suitable For Use In 2-Way, High Pass Systems. The...
Value-priced driver with Celestion quality.
Celestion built up its reputation through years of making some of the best speakers available for guitar amps. What amp enthusiasts may not know, though, is that Celestion also makes high-end PA speaker parts. Offering a range of sizes and styles to fit virtually any PA speaker cabinet, Celestion has your back whether you're looking to replace an old driver or simply upgrading a PA system to sound better than it ever has before. Being used in multi-speaker PA cabinets means that each of these drivers has a specific job to do. Starting with the low frequencies, you'll find an arrangement of woofers in sizes from 12" as in the TF 1220 all the way to 18", including the massively powerful 1600W CF18VJD. Make sure when choosing a woofer that you pick out a cone which is the right size for the cabinet and can handle the wattage that your amp will be feeding to it.
Moving up to the midrange, Celestion brings the Truvox 0615MR and 0818R, measuring 6" and 8" respectively. Designed for big 3-way PA systems, these speakers help to bridge the gap between your woofer and tweeter as long as the cabinet has a space for them. Since the 0615MR and 0818R each use a closed-back design, they'll work in any cabinet - no need for a separate midrange sub-enclosure.
At the top end of the sound spectrum, there are two different types of tweeters to choose from: compact array drivers and compression drivers. Which type is right for you will depend on your speaker cabinets: speakers with a flush tweeter mount will use the arrays, while a cabinet with a built-in horn assembly probably needs a compression driver. Some PA systems may even use both. When choosing a tweeter, make sure you double-check the size and type needed for your cabinet.
For refurbishing a cabinet or building a new one from scratch, you won't find better PA speaker parts than what Celestion has to offer. When clear, accurate sound is a must, these drivers will come through for you every time.