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    Posted: 25 March 2012 at 11:15pm
Found this by mistake. Don't know how accurate the list is but I'm sure others on here can add subtract to this list; It was made in '2004. Found it on dancehallreggae.com forum.- http://forum.dancehallreggae.com/archive/index.php/t-32236.html?s=8b398c52a449d83d54e2d67338b8cc81


Here is a list of 18 inch tranducers that will give you the best performance when using Scoops/Rear Loaded Horns & Earthquakes/Folded Horns

Note: These are current models, and, you can contact me if you have a question regarding an older model. Cerwin Vega’s can be found used on Ebay

Aura {Seismic} 1808
B&C 18 TBX 46
B&C 18 WB 46
Celestion Frontline 18
Cerwin Vega 188 EB
Cerwin Vega 189 ES
Cerwin Vega 189 JE {4 ohm}
Cerwin Vega 189 SE
Cerwin Vega 18S4 {4 ohm}
Cerwin Vega 18S8
Eminence Magnum 18 HO
Eminence Sigma Pro 18
Eminence Omega 18
Eighteen Sound 18 LW 800
Eighteen Sound 18 LW 1000
Eighteen Sound 18 LW 1250
Eighteen Sound 18 LW 1400
Electrovoice EVX 180 B
Fane Colossus 18B 600
JBL 2242
McCauley 6256
North Creek Leviton
P Audio C 18 600 LF
P Audio C 18 650 EL
P Audio E 18 300A
P Audio E 18 600A
P Audio IMF 18W
P Audio R 18 100B
P Audio R 18 76W
P Audio SD 18
PAS LX 2800
Precision Devices PD 1850
Precision Devices PD 186
Precision Devices PD 184
Precision Devices PD 182
RCF L 18P 200
RCF Precision 18 G 400
Transparence 18 B 800
Void Acoustics V 18 1000

Its in alphabetical order. Be nice if we could arrange it into best-worst.
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I don't know about the rest, but the B and C 's are old models. Even in the 2008 cat. it shows the updated version of the TBX46 which is the TBX100. In the Archive section of the latest cat, it shows the TBX46 out of production. 
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Cheers Tony,I realized that too. I have a TBX46, what is your opinion on it? Ok for scoops? Is the tbx100 alot better than it?
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If anything, it will have better glue technology and a better frame for heatsinking. Overall, it can't be too much different, sound will be similar but it does handle more power.

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does anyone no how well the tbx 46/100 will handle in an Ms-18? and if so what Mk would be best?

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have any one ever put wood in front of the scoop woofer seal it in to make it a full folden horn? would it work ?
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Alright, can we get back to putting this list together so that it can be of some help to people on here?
Maybe in order of best to worst with some prices. Some of us on here can't afford $1000 neos and would be happy to use a 'decent' inexpensive driver until we win the lotto. Or maybe it would be better to keep it in alphabetical order and give it a +number rating. +10 being the best etc. or +8 power handling, +6 performance in scoops etc.


Aura {Seismic} 1808
B&C 18 TBX100-  (Q331.50/ $340) http://www.usspeaker.com/B&C-18TBX100-1.htm
Celestion Frontline 18- ($380) http://www.hollywooddj.com/cefr.html
Cerwin Vega 188 EB
Cerwin Vega 189 ES
Cerwin Vega 189 JE {4 ohm}
Cerwin Vega 189 SE
Cerwin Vega 18S4 {4 ohm}
Cerwin Vega 18S8
Eminence Magnum 18 HO- discontinued- http://www.eliminatorlightingdirect.com/EMINENCE_MAGNUM_18HO_18_HIGH_OUTPUT_DRIVER_p/290-586.htm

Eminence Sigma Pro 18- ($170) http://www.usspeaker.com/eminence%2018-1.htm
Eminence Omega 18 ($200) http://www.usspeaker.com/eminence%2018-1.htm
Eighteen Sound 18 LW 800
Eighteen Sound 18 LW 1000
Eighteen Sound 18 LW 1250
Eighteen Sound 18 LW 1400
Electrovoice EVX 180 B
Fane Colossus 18B 600
JBL 2242
McCauley 6256
North Creek Leviton
P Audio C 18 600 LF
P Audio C 18 650 EL
P Audio E 18 300A
P Audio E 18 600A
P Audio IMF 18W
P Audio R 18 100B
P Audio R 18 76W
P Audio SD 18
PAS LX 2800
Precision Devices PD 1850
Precision Devices PD 186
Precision Devices PD 184
Precision Devices PD 182
RCF L 18P 200
RCF Precision 18 G 400
Transparence 18 B 800
Void Acoustics V 18 1000


Feel free to comtribute to the list or add subtract from it etc.
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Does anyone have an opinion on or have any experience with the Eminence Omega 18? in a scoop?;

Specifications: *Power handling: 800 watts RMS/1,600 watts max *VCdia: 4" *Le: 1.67 mH *Impedance: 8 ohms *Re: 5.2 ohms *Frequency range: 40-800 Hz *Magnet weight: 109 oz. *Fs: 25 Hz *SPL: 97 dB 1W/1m *Vas: 19.4 cu. ft. *Qms: 8.18 *Qes: 0.32 *Qts: 0.31 *Xmax: 4.8 mm *Dimensions: Overall Diameter: 18", Cutout Diameter: 16.56", Mounting Depth: 8.15".
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