A very hot 10" American guitar speaker with rockin' blues tone.
Colouration: Very loud touch-sensitive and responsive with bell-sounding top end and a little bite.
Genre: American Rock, Blues and Country.
Nominal Diameter: 10.0", 254.0 mm
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Power: 75w rms
Freq. Response: 70.0 Hz- 5.0 kHz
Sensitivity: 100.0 db 1w/1m
Magnet Weight: 30.0 oz, 850.0 grams
Gap Height 0.312", 7.92 mm
Voice Coil Diameter 1.5", 38.1 mm
Acceptable Enclosure Types
- Closed back: Yes
- Open back: Yes
Overall Diameter: 10.11", 256.8 mm
Baffle Hole Diameter: 9.13", 231.8 mm
Number of Mounting Holes: 8
Mounting Holes Diameter: 0.23", 5.7 mm
Mounting Hole BCD: 9.66", 243.8 mm
Depth: 4.3", 109.0 mm
Net Weight: 6.4 lbs, 2.9 kg
Shipping Weight: 8.2 lbs, 3.7 kg
Fs: 84.0 Hz
Re: 7.3 ohms
Le: 0.39 mH
Vas: 34.1 L, 1.2 cuft
Vd: 18.0 cc
Cms: 0.18 mm/N
BL: 11.5 Tm
Mms: 20.0 grams
Xmax: 0.5 mm
Sd: 366.1 cm2
-Copper voice coil on polyimide voice coil former
-Ferrite magnet with non-vented core
-Pressed steel basket
-Paper cone with plain paper edge
-Zurette dust cap
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Slippery, angry and posessing almost (but not quite) too much charisma, this speaker lives up to its name. I've got mine in a silverface Bassman Ten, and it handles 70 watts with ease. Cranked up, it gets girthy rather than farty, and retains articulation at any volume.
Replacing the stock speaker with the Ragin Cajun made a significant improvement in the sound quality of the Pro Jr. It was easy to install and turned and already great amp into an even better one.
I replaced the stock speaker in my Fender Pro Junior with the Ragin Cajun..Great amp to start with but once this speaker broke in WOW sounds fantastic..I reviewed a lot of speakers before choosing this one but it sounds great and won't break the bank..Turn your amp into a tone machine!!!!!