This full-range transducer offers two main points of interest: an extremely high sensitivity (dB) and an extended frequency response. Both characteristics. hi.. i want to build a pair of 12 pa speakers i saw beyma 12ga50 wich is 12inch and has db senseativity i saw it has a wide frequency. Buy Pair Beyma 12GA50 12″ db Full Range Monitor Organ Bass Guitar Speaker 8ohm: Speakers – ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible .

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A special thank you to the ‘new’ guys that helping out. Jul 11, 1. So, I posted another thread to try and find some good, traditional guitar speakers that work well with modelers and their cab sims I personally use a POD HD Here are some stats posted on the companies website and the full page link; http: Here’s the link to my other thread, if anyone is interested http: Metallicdream91Jul 11, Jul 11, 2.

Not a big fan of whizzer cones myself. Jul 12, 3. Noone You KNowJul 12, Jul 12, 4. Metallicdream91Jul 12, Jul 12, 5. Jul 12, 6. Scott PetersonJul 12, Jul 12, 7.

Jul 12, 8. If you look for a thread I posted about my old Power Engine 60 you can read about my experience with the 12GA Basically it’s significantly fuller range and somewhat flatter than a guitar speaker which is not just important for synth and acoustic soundsbut it’s not FRFR by most people’s definition. Jul 12, 9. DaveJul 12, Jul 12, My understanding is that the main reason a guitar speaker isn’t great for translating cab sims is because within its frequency range it’s not flat-response.


It would be like projecting a movie through a dirty lens. And my guess is that even if a cab sim has a steep drop off above a certain frequency, you still need flat response beymma at least some of those 12gw50 frequencies to avoid audibly coloring the sound. Because beya speaker does not a flat response full range monitor make. A speaker cab is a system Compare it to a higher end powered wedge that was designed and purpose built and you’ll understand quickly that some things just work better for a given application than others.

It’s not that a speaker like this ‘can’ or ‘cannot’ reproduce a given tone; but how 12g50 it does it may or may not be satisfying. Whizzer cones have been beya for quite a long time – a lot of car stereo speakers from the 70’s featured them.

It’s not a new concept. So even though something like an EVML might reproduce the range of frequencies we need for guitar it’s still not flat enough. Makes sense to me. One of the most significant components of a guitar amp tone is the speaker.

Different speakers have profound effects on the tone of an amp. Part bryma this is that a standard guitar amp speaker is designed with a very specific tone in mind i. This specific tonality will color what the amp is generating, often reducing or enhancing harmonics generated in the amp, or making harmonics of its own in response to playing. Modelers generally have this speaker response taken into account in the modeling.

If you use a standard guitar speaker with a modeler that is using speaker modeling, two things will happen: On top of all this, standard guitar speakers normally have a steep high end cutoff around kHz or so. If you use a standard modeler with this type of speaker, some of the effects you use like reverb or chorus might sound very dull as the high harmonics generated by the effects will be attenuated.


You need the high end response to get these goodies. I have used many different FRFR’s and several guitar amps with my HD, and have gotten the best results in high volume stage situations using a Eminence 12LTA full range with a whizzer cone in a standard guitar geyma. The whizzer cone full range does not have this effect, and retains its highs at high volumes. Now the 12LTA is not full range, the highs cut off around 12kHz or so, but it has enough highs and is neutral enough to do a very good job to my ears.

It can get loud, retains its tone at high volumes, and has much of the feel of a real guitar amp. These whizzer cone speakers can get a bit beamy in the trebles though, but a Mitchell donut fixes this problem very nicely. beymx

Beyma 12GA50 Issue

I’ve looked at the specs of the Beyma, and it looks very promising. I’d try one 12ga5 they weren’t as expensive as they are. I see no reason why it wouldn’t work very well with a modeler.

MKBJul 12, Jul 13, Jul 14, It’d be nice to hear from folks who’ve owned or played the Beyma. Noone You KNow beymma, Jul 14, Jul 15, Metallicdream91Jul 15, DukeLeJeuneJul 15, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now.

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