Naylor spkrs

From stratbo–(at)– Mon Sep 23 22:23:49 CDT 1996
From: Nick Schepis
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.amps
Subject: Re: Jensen/Naylor questions
Date: 24 Sep 1996 02:05:43 GMT
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dweis–(at)– (Daniel A. Weiss) wrote:
>I understand that the new Naylor 12″ is modeled after the Jensen C12N.
>How does it compare. Also, I believe that the Naylor is a 50 watt
>speaker. Was the Jensen rated that high?
> Oh, and one more question please. Are there noticable sonic differences
>between a 63,64,or 66 C12N? Thanks.

The original Naylor special design was sonically designed to be similar
in response to the P12N. The sound is similar at lower volumes, but much
stronger when pushed. The P12N was rated at 18 watts, and the C12N at
20. Of all the speakers I’ve tried, this one is the best as far as the
smooth mids and glasssy highs. The magnets, voice coils and cones are
all of different construction, so there is an audible difference, but the
response is very similar.

There should be no inherent differences in a 66 vs a 64 or 65.



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