#1
Hey guys. I want to replace my HH Invader speaker with a Celestion G12H30. I found a used one but it's 15 ohm when on the back of my amp, it says internal speaker (8ohm). Will this work?

Here are the specs of the HH Invader.
HH Invader Vintage 35 watts
Nominal diameter 12", 305mm
Power Rating 40W
Nominal impedance 8? and 16?
Sensitivity 98dB
Chassis type Pressed steel
Voice coil diameter 1.75", 44.5mm
Voice coil material Round copper
Magnet type Ceramic
Magnet weight 31oz, 0.88kg
Frequency range 85-5000Hz
Resonance frequency, Fs 103Hz
DC resistance, Re 5.4? & 11.78?
#2
Quote by bantoto
Hey guys. I want to replace my HH Invader speaker with a Celestion G12H30. I found a used one but it's 15 ohm when on the back of my amp, it says internal speaker (8ohm). Will this work?

Here are the specs of the HH Invader.
HH Invader Vintage 35 watts
Nominal diameter 12", 305mm
Power Rating 40W
Nominal impedance 8? and 16?
Sensitivity 98dB
Chassis type Pressed steel
Voice coil diameter 1.75", 44.5mm
Voice coil material Round copper
Magnet type Ceramic
Magnet weight 31oz, 0.88kg
Frequency range 85-5000Hz
Resonance frequency, Fs 103Hz
DC resistance, Re 5.4? & 11.78?

No, you need an 8 ohm speaker.
#4
Quote by jamesfarr
Actually, what ohms are on the speaker outputs?


It's wired internally and I think it lacks any other taps.

I'd jsut get the normal version. The Heritage is the bass version, which is the 55hz cone. The normal anniversary G12H is GREAT and is also the guitar version (75hz cone). I have one in my 18watter and swear by it. Lovely speaker.

Oh and yes, it has to be 8 ohms.
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