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Providing outstanding high-power bass and sub bass in systems that demand the best possible low frequency response. The PD.186/3 is a popular choice for horn-loaded applications where it can deliver full low-end at high SPL with superior power compression performance thanks to the huge copper area and breathing arrangement of the voice coil. Ideal for three-way direct radiating systems where the powerful bass comes into its own.
The PD.186/3 is well suited for use with the PD.121/2 alongside PD 1” and 2” compression drivers where its double suspension system allows it to thrive.
£241.09 MRRP Ex. VAT
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|Type||Sub Bass Driver|
|Nominal Diameter||18" / 457.2 mm|
|Voice Coil Diameter||5.0" / 127 mm|
|Power Rating 1 2 *||700 w (A.E.S.)|
|Available Impedance||4 Ω/ 8 Ω/ 16 Ω|
|Sensitivity (1W/ 1m)*||95 dB|
|Frequency Range||30 Hz - 2 kHz|
|Peak Power (6 dB Crest Factor)||2800 w (A.E.S.)|
|Voice Coil Winding Depth||25 mm / 0.98"|
|Recommended Enclosure Volume||100 - 350 Litres|
|Flux Density||0.95 Tesla|
|Magnet Gap Depth||9 mm / 0.35"|
|Former Material||Glass Fibre|
|Dust Dome Material||Paper|
|Voice Coil Material||Copper|
|Suspension Material||Dual Fabric|
Thiele Small Parameters
|Le (@ 1 kHz)||1.95 mh|
Dimensions & Mounting
|Overall Diameter||474 mm|
|Width Across Flats||459 mm|
|Flange Height||14.5 mm|
|Depth (Excl. Flange)||175 mm|
|Magnet Diameter||220 mm|
|Chassis Shoulder Diameter||415 mm|
|Outer Bolt Circle||x6 M8 on 455 mm PCD|
|Inner Bolt Circle||N/A|
|Nett Weight||15.1 Kg / 33.28 lb.|
|Shipping Weight||16.5 Kg / 36.37 lb.|
** Distortion is measured at 10% of the rated power (AES Standard).
1. AES Standard (40 to 400 Hz). Program 1400 Watts.
2. AES Recommended Practice.
3. Thiele - Small Parameters follow a 700 Watt preconditioning period verified by Klippel LSI measurement.
4. 2.83V. Half space response measured in a 975 Litre sealed enclosure.
Please note that frequency response measurements are supplied for comparison purposes only and are not a measure of the low frequency performance which may be achievable in a fully optimised system.