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  • Rodgers P32 speaker question...

    I have a P32 cabinet and the 2 15" speakers in the cabinet were replaced at some point with speakers that just don't do the job. They have quite small magnets (compared to what I am used to in even a good 12" speaker) and the cones are made out of a translucent "plastic-like" material.

    In any case, I am trying to find out either what should be in the cabinet or what would be a good replacement.

    Your help is appreciated.
    Steven C. Scott, Founder, CEO
    International Society for the Preservation of Historical Instruments
    2391 Porter Street
    Lebanon, Oregon 97355
    541.405.6334
    [email protected]
    www.ISPHI.ORG
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    Re: Rodgers P32 speaker question...

    I suggest that you contact John Carpenter or Bob Walker at Walker Technical Company for their advice.

    When I replaced my Rodgers/Ruffatti Gemini the folks at Walker took my old huge P-32 speaker cabinet that was 25 years old, rebuilt and strengthened the box and installed two of their Walker 15" bass speakers in it. This, along with another Walker pedal unit, does a great job handling the 5 32' stops on my new organ. I was amazed how speakers half the size of the original ones gave such great sound, air and room movement.

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