Rich and expressive, the Ten 30 combines warm lows with a vocal mid-range and an articulate top end.
The clean sound is open and revealing. Push hard and you're rewarded with full blooded Celestion grind.
Nominal Diameter: 10.0", 254.0 mm
Power Rated: 30 Wrms
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohm
Sensitivity: 95.0 db 1w/1m
Chassis Type: Pressed steel
Voice Coil Diameter: 1.25", 31.3 mm
Voice Coil Material: Round copper
Magnet Type: Ceramic
Magnet Weight: 13.0 oz, 370.0 grams
Freq. Response: 85.0 Hz-5.0 kHz
Resonance Frequency, Fs: 93.9 Hz
DC Resistance, Re: 6 ohms
Baffle Hole Diameter: 9.0", 229 mm
Overall Diameter: 10.1", 256 mm
Magnet Structure Diameter: 3.8", 96 mm
Mounting Slot Dimensions: 0.24x35", 6x9 mm
Mounting Slot PCD: 9.6", 245 mm
Number of Mounting Holes: 8
Depth: 3.8", 96.0 mm
Net Weight: 3.5 lbs, 1.6 kg
Shipping Weight: 5.2 lbs, 2.4 kg
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If you rarely even crank your amp past half, this amp is what you need to enhance your tone compared to lower costs stock speakers that are too uni-directional in their sound projection. This amp is also very well balanced, meaning that it will respond very well to EQ ajustements on the amp or on your effect pedals.
price point is perfect bought to replace a 10 in a Orange Crush combo that failed. sounds as good if not better then the original. By no means is this intended to be as good as a higher end 10 inch speaker, but gets full marks for bang/buck.
Decent speaker for the money, using it in a back-up wedge cab w/ mooer baby bomb and mooer US GOLD 100 preamp pedal. Great for a lightweight setup.
I use this little amplifier on special gigs and mostly for recording. I use the amplifier with an MXR Monte Allum Dynacomp and a Digitech Genesis 3 for other type of sounds. Tha addition of the Celestion TEN 30 makes the little Mustang a new much better amplifier. I play guitar for almost 50 years now and my setup is very lightweight, but the sound I get makes it big.