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EMV 100.5

MIDWOOFER

EMV 100.5 is a very powerful car audio midrange. This Energy.5 midwoofer can reproduce a very wide frequency range; from 80 Hz to 7,5 kHz. Thanks to its overall small footprint (44 mm) it can be installed in very small spaces. The V-cone® technology offers the best off-axis response and high sensitivity to details in mid-high frequencies. The large ferrite neodymium motor assembly ensures excellent mobile voice coil control, for maximum efficiency. A rubber cover protects it from abrasions and damages, providing damping to the basket and motor structure. Wide frequency range, emission linearity and install-friendliness, without compromise.

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Data table

Power Handling - Peak W 120
Power Handling - Continuous W 40
Impedance 4
Frequency response Hz 80 ÷ 7,5k
Sensitivity dB SPL 91
Voice coil Ø mm (in.) 25 (1)
Magnet High density flux ferrite
Cone/Dome Water repellent pressed paper

Features

1. V-cone® for best off-axis response and clear mid-high frequency detail.
2. Water-repellent treated paper cone; butyl rubber surround.
3. Pure copper voice coil, wound on aluminium former, for exceptional thermal and mechanical capacity.
4. Large motor assembly for excellent control of voice coil.
5. Low carbon content plates for maximum magnetic permeability and high  heat dissipation.
6. Rubber magnet cover provides damping to the basket and motor structure  and protects from abrasions and damages.
7. DIN size basket coated with scratch-proof, corrosive-resistant material.
8. Tin-plated, high current terminals.
9. Silver-plated lead wires, for maximum reliability and conductivity.
10. Epoxy glue for basket and motor system provides perfect coupling.
11. Curve memory Nomex spider for consistent, reliable performance.

Technologies

  • V-cone®

    The exponential profile gets very close to the perfect one, providing exceptional dispersion.
  • Klippel

    The Klippel quality control system is our guarantee to always produce a product entirely in compliance with the most challenging international standards.

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