Details : Le son Fender Clean du Vibroverb et bien plus encore
C'est cher mais ça le vaut bien ... D130F (F pour série spéciale Fender)
8/16 ohms à l'époque JBL marquait 16 ohms sur les étiquettes mais les HP mesurent en réalité 8 ohms (6,5 ohms en DC) pour la hifi de l'époque c'était plus cohérent ! Ensuite ils ont écrit 8/16 ohms sur les étiquettes puis 8 ohms pour les derniers.
In the 1950's through the 1960's, it was the speaker that was used in more component hi-fi systems of that era than any other speaker. It was also the virtually "blow out proof" speaker of choice
in the guitar amplification market and its clear signature sound is still rarely matched because if its techncally superior design.
There are two types of D130 the original, which is a HiFi speaker and the D130F, which is a music amplifier speaker. The F stands for Fender who was the largest single guitar amp buyer and also the master distributor of JBL speakers to music stores. The D110F, D120F and D140F were also Fender JBL music industry speakers and along with the D130 were designed by Harvey Gerst. Power handling for the F-series is nominally 35 to about 60 Watts and Gerst determined the power rating by playing guitar and bass through them and increasing the power till they blew. He then downrated them from the power that fried them.
The JBL D130F was used by Fender, Sunn, Kustom, Ampeg and some of the smaller guitar amp manufacturers.
You are right Scrap Iron, the readings I have took on my 8 ohm speakers are slightly off. It does say 16 ohms on the back. I would have thought it to read a little less that but no.
Cone original : plus que recherché très rare, on trouve bien souvent des D130 reconés et en piteux état cosmétique.
50W 8 ohms