MCCAULEY 6520 DRIVER DOWNLOAD

I have one inch threaded horns they swear they’ve never threaded. With the 2 inch driver there are many to choose from, finding out the original impedance of the 2 inch will be necessary if you plan to keep the passive crossover. Hello While I’m not familiar with the McCauley boxs but hear are some general thoughts on reloading and refurbishing cabinets. These days, they certainly keep track of everything in databases but years ago, things were different. Thanks for looking into it for me Paul! Hey guys, I am talking with Nate Conti about the possibility of me picking up his 4 unloaded McCauley s in the market place. Will it be worthwhile for me to pick these up as a project, and find drivers for them?

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Andy Kulhavy Newbie Offline Posts: Well, if you don’t want mccauleu Andy Again if it were me that’s the direction I would look at, don’t worry I’m not going after them I have too many projects now! Will it be worthwhile for me to pick these up as a project, and find drivers for them? If original drivers are not to be found and or mccayley of the question I would make them a three way active box.

Anybody have an opinion or info on them, I haven’t had any luck searching the web. Pictures to follow if anyone is interested! The passive crossover most likely had some eq compensation as well for the specific impedance curves of the original 10’s and the 2 inch driver, matching that up mccaulley other drivers would take a little work.

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I also got a response from McCauley, they didn’t have much info, other than the origional drivers: Add them to some subs for a high power four way system. I picked the boxes up today thanks Nate!

We’re working on some lit but don’t hold your breath. Nate mentioned that they are discontinued, unfortunate that McCauley doesn’t keep info on their old mccauleu available online.

He brought some super McCauley 650 to “wedgefest”. Please login or register. I love a good mystery! I have one inch threaded horns they swear they’ve never threaded.

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These days, they certainly keep track of everything in databases but years ago, things were different. Paul Bell wrote on Mon, 08 January I do have one personal contact who may remember such a cabinet, I’ll ping him on Monday morning. First, here’s the McCauley contact page: I doubt if you’ll have any luck contacting McCauley for information, I have an old wedge that almost nobody there remembers.

With the 2 inch driver there are many to choose from, finding out the original impedance of the 2 inch will be necessary if you plan to keep the passive crossover. I have been thinking of those cabs too – only worried about how much amp rack I would need to run em.

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I have not contacted them directly as there don’t seem to be any email addresses on their site. With a little driver research and a good three way drive system I’m sure these would be good usable boxes. Ok guys, some new info. The crossover was previously removed, and they’re wired with EP8s for active tri-amp. I don’t think he follows this forum but he does follow the LAB and has a thread in the Product Reviews for a sub shootout.

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Hey guys, I am talking with Nate Conti about the possibility of me picking up his 4 unloaded McCauley s in the market place. Y’mean nobody in PEW-allup can find anything in writing on that one?

The two 10″ drivers are not isolated from the 15″, and the box is ported. He is a McCauley dealer. Thank god they have good memories, I’m lucky if I can remember why I walked into this room!

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Hello While I’m not familiar with the McCauley boxs mccxuley hear are some general thoughts on reloading and refurbishing cabinets. I have catalogues and pricing sheets back to the mid 90’s and this thing’s nowhere on any of it. Thanks for looking into it for me Paul!

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