Speaker - Eminence®, 15", Legend 1518, 150W, 8Ω

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Speaker - Eminence®, 15", Legend 1518, 150W, 8Ω

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Higher power, vintage guitar tone. Big low-end, with a mellow, but singing top end. Medium break-up modes

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Product Measurements
Baffle Hole Diameter13.87 in.
Basket MaterialPressed Sheet Steel
Coil Constructioncopper voice coil
Coil FormerPolyimide former
Coil Inductance (le)0.86 mH
Cone CompositionPaper cone
Cone Edge CompositionPaper cone edge
Core DetailsNon-vented core
D.C. Resistance (Re) 7.16 Ω
Depth6.1 in.
Diameter15 in.
Driver Volume Displaced3.62 liters
Dust Cap CompositionZurette dust cap
Efficiency Bandwidth Product (ebp)80
Electrical Q Factor (Qes)1.02
Equivalent Acoustic Volume (VAS)65.4 liters
Force Factor (BxL)14.1 Wb/m
Front Sealing GasketYes
Gap Height7.9 mm
Linear Displacement, maximum (XMAX)0.8 mm
Magnet CompositionFerrite
Magnet Weight59 oz.
Mechanical Compliance (CMS)0.07 mm/N
Mechanical Moving Mass (MMS)55 g
Mechanical Q Factor (QMS)10.12
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle Diameter369.8 mm
Mounting Hole Diameter6.4 mm
Nominal Basket Diameter15 in.
Nominal Impedance8 Ω
Overall Diameter384.8 mm
Peak Diaphragm Displacement Volume (vd)65.9 cm3
Power Rating150 W
Recommended Enclosure Volume, ventedAcceptable
Resonance82 Hz
Resonance Frequency (ƒS)82 Hz
Sensitivity103.4 dB
Surface Area Of Cone (sd)823.7 cm2
Total Q Factor (QTS)0.93
Usable Frequency Range60 Hz - 4 kHz
Voice Coil Diameter2 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions17.875 in. × 16.625 in. × 6.375 in.
Weight (Packaging)14.1 lbs.

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Questions and Answers

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Asked by Anonymous on April 19th, 2017.
Matt H
April 19th, 2017
If your bass amp calls for an 8ohm speaker then this would work. In an ideal situation you will want the wattage of your speaker to be twice as much as your amp. So, if your amp is 75 watts or under, this would be a great choice.

Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
- March 31st, 2016
5 out of 5

This is a common speaker to swap in the Fender Excelsior All tube amp. It's an quick and easy job maybe an hour if you have trouble, brings out the lows much cleaner and still keeps the highs nice and polished, plus gives you probably around a 10db boost! Definitely a cost effective way to make the fender excelsior a better, louder amp!
The only thing is it makes this amp weigh close to 50 lbs!

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