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Pressed steel loudspeakers have been the backbone of Eminence Speaker LLC for nearly 40 years. This is their signature range of loudspeakers. A series fashioned by a team with more combined experience in loudspeaker design than any other team in the world. A group of people who, collectively, have created over 6,000 different loudspeaker designs.
Every one of these loudspeakers has been designed and carefully built by individuals for whom developing loudspeakers is a way of life. Take a look at some of the remarkable performance figures. Eminence pressed steel baskets possess remarkable strength and are often stronger than the cast frames of other manufacturers. The voice coils in this series are among the best in the world. They are responsive and durable - designed to make the best of the available amplifier power and to faithfully reproduce music.
Made In The USA:
The advances made since 1966 have been significant and even in the lifetime of this range, the Eminence philosophy of "making a better speaker for less" holds true. In particular, detail changes in the voice coil assemblies have increased thermal efficiency. As a result, power ratings have improved by up to 100% or more in some cases.
Eminence LF models are specially designed with extended Xmax to deliver more bass than standard models and provide 'a true woofer' for three-way applications. Designed for high power bass in sound reinforcement systems, bass guitar combos, club system applications, and stage monitors.
Delta 15 LF Raw Frame Speaker
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Comments about Eminence Delta 15 LF Raw Frame Speaker:
Can't really say anything bad yet. If you're on a budget, this is your speaker. If you can afford a little more, do it. I guess that goes for anything.
I just installed this in my Eden 115T cabinet. I wish they had offered a 4ohm version though. I get a cleaner tone with a matching 4ohm head. Played 2 gigs with it so far. It's a trooper.
Seems to be a quality USA made (a big deal with me) speaker. They put a plastic ring around the magnet. Not sure if thats to make it look bigger or to keep things from magnetizing against it. The magnet is definitely smaller than the one I replaced it with.
It's a very nice replacement speaker for the money.