Speaker - Jensen® MOD®, 5", MOD5-30, 30W, 8Ω
The Mod 5-30 is a 5" ferrite speaker with 30 watts of power. It is a great replacement for Trace Elliot amps.
For more information about our Jensen® speakers, see our tech corner article on Jensen Speakers.
|Basket Material||Pressed Sheet Steel|
|Diaphragm Area (SD)||78.50 cm2|
|Dust Dome Material||Non-treated Cloth|
|Equivalent Acoustic Volume (VAS)||3.30 liters|
|Flux Density||1.10 T|
|Force Factor (BxL)||4.59 Wb/m|
|Inner Diameter||4.4094 in.|
|Linear Displacement, maximum (XMAX)||0.50 mm|
|Losses Electrical Resistance (RES)||47.00 Ω|
|Magnet Assembly Depth||1.0629 in.|
|Magnet Assembly Diameter||3.3858 in.|
|Mechanical Compliance (CMS)||378.00 µm/N|
|Mechanical Moving Mass (MMS)||4.30 g|
|Mechanical Q Factor (QMS)||7.48|
|Mounting Hole Bolt Circle Diameter||5.433 in.|
|Mounting Hole Diameter||0.185 in.|
|Musical Power||60.00 W|
|Nominal Overall Diameter||129.00 mm|
|Nominal Voice Coil Diameter||25.00 mm|
|Outer Diameter||5.0787 in.|
|Rated Power||30.00 W|
|Reference Efficiency (nO)||0.66 %|
|Resonance Frequency (ƒS)||125.00 Hz|
|Sensitivity @ 1W, 1m||91.50 dB|
|Surround Material||Treated Cloth|
|Total Q Factor (QTS)||0.84|
|Voice Coil DC Resistance (Re)||6.00 Ω|
|Voice Coil Diameter||1 in.|
|Voice Coil Former||Epotex|
|Voice Coil Inductance @ 1 kHZ (LE)||0.19 mH|
|Voice Coil Winding Type||Copper|
|Packaging Dimensions||5.5 in. × 5.5 in. × 3.25 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||2.324 lbs.|
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3 answers Is this a musical instruments speaker ?
Asked by Anonymous on August 27th, 2015.
1 answers I have a Phil Jones guitar Cub amp with two 5" speakers. Would this speaker be a good replacement?
1 answers Can a solid state amp of 2W use this speaker too without any problem?
1 answers A lot of people use this as a replacement speaker for thei Pignose 7-100 however, the Pignose is set to handle 4ohm. Should I do it or shouldn't I?
Asked by Anonymous on April 5th, 2018.
When changing speakers with different Ohm ratings, it is safe to replace a speaker with a higher Ohm rating than the previous speaker. If you have a 4Ohm load coming from the amp, you have the option of using 8 or 16Ohm speakers as well without damaging the amp.