Eminence Legend EM12N Guitar Speaker (12")

BH #EMLEGNDEM12N • MFR #LEGEND EM12N
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Eminence Legend EM12N Guitar Speaker (12")
Key Features
  • For Electric Guitar Cabinets
  • Rated at 200W Output Power
  • Neodymium Magnet
  • Neutral Tone, Tighter Characteristics
The 12" Legend EM12N Guitar Speaker from Eminence is rated at 200W at 8 Ohms and features a neodymium magnet. This guitar speaker is an updated version of the Legend EM12 speaker but is lighter in weight. It can be used for guitar cabinets and delivers a neutral tone but with tighter, more responsive, dynamic characteristics. The usable frequency range is 60 Hz to 4.2 kHz and the Legend EM12N Guitar Speaker is built with an edge-wound aluminum voice coil.
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Eminence Legend EM12N Guitar Speaker (12")

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Eminence LEGEND EM12N Overview

The 12" Legend EM12N Guitar Speaker from Eminence is rated at 200W at 8 Ohms and features a neodymium magnet. This guitar speaker is an updated version of the Legend EM12 speaker but is lighter in weight. It can be used for guitar cabinets and delivers a neutral tone but with tighter, more responsive, dynamic characteristics. The usable frequency range is 60 Hz to 4.2 kHz and the Legend EM12N Guitar Speaker is built with an edge-wound aluminum voice coil.

Eminence LEGEND EM12N Specs

Nominal Impedance8 Ohms
Power Rating200 W
Resonance50.9 Hz
Usable Frequency Range60 Hz to 4.2 kHz
Sensitivity99.9 dB
DC Resistance (Re)7.4 Ohms
Qts0.34
Magnet Weight11.0 oz / 311.8 g
Gap Height0.37" / 0.94 cm
Voice Coil Diameter2.50" / 6.35 cm
Material of ConstructionEdge-wound aluminum voice coil
Polyimide former
Neodymium magnet
Vented core
Pressed steel basket
Paper cone
Cloth edge
Paper dust cap
Dimensions (Ø x H)12.2 x 5.0" / 30.9 x 12.7 cm
Weight6.6 lb / 3.0 kg
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