Dating a jensen speaker
Also, the aging process of these materials will change a speaker’s tone over time.New speakers will therefore sound different from vintage speakers.Chuck to clarify: Letters closer to the front of the alphabet have ahigher power rating. approximately 25 watts)P12N=18 watts P12P=14 watts P12Q=13 watts P12R=12 watts P12S=10 watts P12T= 9 watts These were the original RMS wattage figures; actual power handling willdecline with age.If reconed, these speakers can handle higherwattages.Speakers are like ice cream; we all have our favorite taste. You need to experiment yourself and taste the hundreds of speaker flavors out there.It is interesting to hear other opinions but it can also be confusing since we lack a precise vocabulary to describe tone and taste.
If I have it right, the letters in the code refer to powerhandling.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?The lower the letter, the lower the wattage-with incrementsof about 2 watts per letter.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"?
We use it to describe a “natural” tone, meaning a relatively flat frequency response.