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I'm looking into getting 2 AE TD10S. I'd want the 4 ohm version but the T/S parameters are only listed for the 8 ohm version. Other than obviously RE, do any of the T/S parameters change? Thanks.
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Bl-product will also have significant change. BTW, you have 2 days to make up your mind and still be able to get them at a discounted price: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1457938/ae-group-buy-2013
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Bl-product will also have significant change. BTW, you have 2 days to make up your mind and still be able to get them at a discounted price: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1457938/ae-group-buy-2013
Thanks, I know about the group buy. I want to make sure the 4 ohm version will work in the volume I have available. I emailed AE yesterday and haven't received a reply.
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Stiil haven't received a reply from AE. I was looking on the AE forum and noticed the specs for the AV series drivers. The only thing different between the dual 2 ohm and dual 4 ohm drivers was Re, Le, and Bl. Do you think its safe to "assume" the same holds true for the TD series drivers? Thanks.
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I think that is pretty safe to assume. There was a question regarding 4 and 8 ohm TD18 at ae's forum: http://www.aespeakers.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=3195
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I think that is pretty safe to assume. There was a question regarding 4 and 8 ohm TD18 at ae's forum: http://www.aespeakers.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=3195
Cool, thank you.
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All of the TD woofers are very similar between the 4 and 8ohm options. Nick did a lot of work with flattening ratios on coils to keep mass the same. The only things that change are BL and Re. These change proportionally so the other parameters are not affected.

TD10S- 8ohm
Fs: 32.7 Hz
Qms 3.04
Qes 0.39
Qts 0.34
Vas 68 Liters
Cms 0.4 mm/N
Mms 59.4 grams
Sd 345 cm2
Rms 4.0 Kg/S
Bl 13.1 T/m
Re 5.5 ohms
Z 8 ohms
Le 0.3 mH
Pe (max) 500 Watts
Pe (transient) 1000 Watts
1WSpl 90 dB
Linear Xmax 14 mm (peak)
Mech Xsus 18 mm (peak)


TD10S- 8ohm
Fs: 32.7 Hz
Qms 3.04
Qes 0.39
Qts 0.34
Vas 68 Liters
Cms 0.4 mm/N
Mms 59.4 grams
Sd 345 cm2
Rms 4.0 Kg/S
Bl 10.5 T/m
Re 3.5 ohms
Z 4 ohms
Le 0.3 mH
Pe (max) 500 Watts
Pe (transient) 1000 Watts
1WSpl 90 dB
Linear Xmax 14 mm (peak)
Mech Xsus 18 mm (peak)

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Thank you John.
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