Speakers for a Victoria 35310

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  1. centsmin

    centsmin Member

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    Any body swap out speakers in a Vicky 35310? What did you use.

    I've got well brokend in Jense P10R reissues in mine. I think I like with a fuller base an dlow mid response, more detailied highs, and higher power handling.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. TD_Madden

    TD_Madden Gold Supporting Member

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    I'm using Warehouse Speakers' 10's in my tweed Super clone......sound great and the price was right.
     
  3. Boogie92801

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    I think the 10 inch red fang or the copper heads - emminence make a few good ones that are great replacements.
     
  4. mountain blues

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    I took out two of the Jensen P10R's and put in Weber P10Q's. Great improvement for my taste. Better bass and lower-mid definition, no farting out, more detailed highs, a bit more volume and clearer projection, and overall a richer tone.

    FWIW, Michael Clark uses three Weber P10Q's in his Bandmaster clone, the Tyger for the same reasons mentioned above.
     
  5. mad dog

    mad dog Silver Supporting Member

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    Weber P10Q, indeed. 4 of them (10A125 30 watters) in the Clark Tyger. I've tried others, but the Webers stay. It's a classic alnico sound, very close to the tones I've heard from original '50s Jensens, only louder, tighter.
     
  6. Trout

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    I tryd out a Richter 5E7 (3 X 10 ) a few months back that had Jensen Neo 10/100's

    It had uncommonly huge heardroom, extremely tight bass and fairly smooth breakup. I was really surprised how well the 10's sounded.
    Bonus= a few lbs of weight savings.
     
  7. es137p

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    Weber 12A125- 30 watts, no doubt
     

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