"I'm curious about the sound of the JENSEN Q4, so I want to make a power supply for it, how many volts does it need? Does anyone have a circuit diagram for it? And the power supply voltage of the 12-inch bass? ,thanks!"
"Again, an AW-23 speaker in good condition are electrically wrong for a Philharmonic. Nor is the output transformer in the speaker pedestal or the voice coil impedance. Trying to make do with decidedly inappropriate parts is folly. Don't expect…"
"Sell your AW23 tweeters for lots of $$. Use that money to pay someone local to build a crossover. Not complicated stuff here. Use permanent magnet tweeters of your choice along with the 15" you already have. …"
As Dave already mentioned unfortunately there are too many differences between the AW23 speaker and the Philharmonic,
you really would be better off finding the correct speaker or making a adapter for a more modern type,
maybe you could do…"
Can you help me make a NETWORK? I am willing to pay for it. The Philharmonic is combined with my SCOTT MAGNOVOX 12" + JENSEN Q4 tweeters (they belong to 23) and I figured there must be a way to connect them as I don't want to sell…"
"I found something special, I don't know if it's a crossover, or an impedance transformer. It only has a circuit diagram, it hasn't arrived yet, hope it will come in handy, plus I have a 3-way crossover that I need to change or match."
"A speaker repair company would replace your broken spyder with a more contemporary version, which would be glued in place. Voice coil looks ok and would be saved and reused. Depending on which version AW-23 speaker, it would be 38 ohm or 19 ohm. But…"
"I don't have the ability to make a crossover by myself, but I want to repair this broken speaker first, can this spring plate be repaired?
Regarding the chassis I'm already in the process of modifying it, I believe within 10 days, it…"
"Mike's solution is very cool. Fashioned an outboard plug-and-play unit with 1) a stock output transformer suitable for the 6L6s matching his speaker and 2) a power resister substitution needed for the high voltage circuit the radio requires.…"