Dating a jensen speaker
[snip]One more note: The only other code you're likely to see with anyregularity is the "J" designation, e.g. This "J" seems todenote a different, smaller magnet retainer housing that Jensen used inthe 1960s on some of their hi-fi woofers. (The "F" here also denotes the Flexair surround.)--E Phil: start with a wealth of infothere.
If I have it right, the letters in the code refer to powerhandling.
Chuck Chuck, Thanks, and yes, there is a boatload of data on the Weber site, but notaddressing my specific question: what's the "F" in C12PF, or in similarcodes, the key for what's in the same position as the "F"?
The 2 watts per is an interesting rule of thumb, but what I found seems tosuggest it's not strictly linear.
For example, I understand that the "J"rated speaker is 10 or 12 watts (organ speakers?
What someone finds harsh can be beautiful sparkle to others.
Smooth overdriven tones can mean very different things for heavy metal guys with Marshall and Celestion stacks and country musicians playing twangy Twin Reverb amps.The N and LL suffixes denote a high powerrating, with "high power" being a relative term. It's no wonder that 80-watt Twins easily shredded apair of them.