what is the 10" equivalent of the EVM-12?

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  1. re-animator

    re-animator Senior Member

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    Kinda wondering what that hi-fi speaker sound would be like in my super reverb issue... possibly in x-pattern wit the celestion greenback 10s if they ever come out.


    so are there EV-10s?? are there any good alternatives??
     
  2. bosstone

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    JBL K110 and EV FORCE 10" would be about as close as you could get that I know of.
     
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    hmm... isn't the force 10 a straight up PA speaker?? Could be interesting.
     
  4. Squigglefunk

    Squigglefunk Senior Member

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    there definitely is a 10" EV speaker very similar to the 12L, I think it's the EV 10M... hope this helps.
     
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    I can confirm that the EVM 10 exists, that they sound great and that if you put 2 of them in a Super you'd better eat your Wheaties in order to be able to lift that puppy!:D
     
  6. mark norwine

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    Yep....EVM-10M. I believe that they weigh 18 pounds each.

    I had 4 of them in a super reverb once. The airflow would flap your pants, but you couldn't move the amp!

    2 of those speakers were sold, the other 2 are in my buddy's V-lux rev, and even it weighs a ton!

    Be careful what you wish for....

    http://www.eviaudio.co.jp/download/ev/evm10m.pdf
     
  7. veldt666

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    My Super Champ came with an EV10 as stock, but I pulled it years ago to experiment with various 10s.

    I kept the Celestion V10 in for the past 5 years, it's a bit more organic than the EV, (Kind of obvious, Eh?)
     
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    SRV's speaker of choice in his supers. they had to change baffles to 3/4 wood to hold em.
    :)
     
  9. bosstone

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    No it is not. It is definitely a MI (Musical Instrument). Actually, the EVM was originally designed as a PA speaker but got morphed.
     
  10. cpsdawg

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    evm-10m. great sounding speaker. hard to find. EV hasn't made them in yrs. they do weigh about 20 lbs. they are like the 12L in that they move a tremendous amount of air. i have one that i wanted to use in a small combo, but it won't fit. the magnet is too big. i'm hestitant to sell it because they are hard to find and in good shape, but i might.
     
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    re-animator Senior Member

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    sounds like they might not be worth the trouble to find/heft. Maybe I'm just better off keeping it vintage sounding and replacing the speakers with ted webers??
     
  12. J Purcell

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    You could try a Weber Michigan ceramic (EV clone) or the alnico ( SRO clone).
     
  13. Squigglefunk

    Squigglefunk Senior Member

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    michigan does not sound like an EV to my ears
     
  14. bosstone

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    All the ones I have seen in Super Champs have been the FORCE model, not EVMs. Which do you have?
     

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