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  • in MI: two Peavey LowRider 18 subwoofers for local pickup, like new, CHEAP!

    I have two slightly different Peavey LowRider 18' subs I would like to sell at a very reasonable price.

    I'm asking $50 EACH with local pickup in the East Lansing, Michigan area.

    I bought these new (still have original MFG packaging) on two separate occasions and got two slightly different cast frame styles. Evidently there was an older frame and a newer frame. Both have the same motor and cone/surround and are interchangable.

    Since buying them I have used them in a couple of test platforms for open baffle subwoofers only. This only included mounting the woofer temporarily and taking some measurements. They were never quite right for what I needed so I would always put them back in their packaging in hopes that I will find another good use for them. At this point I have other 18" subs and it no longer makes sense for me to hang on to these. It's your chance to get them at a steep discount!

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with the drivers. I attached a nearfield measurement of FR and distortion.

    Pics below. Please post and PM me if you are interested.


    Last edited by charlielaub; 06-03-2019, 03:09 PM.
    Charlie's Audio Pages: http://audio.claub.net

  • #2
    Edited to fix missing pictures and clarify the price.
    Charlie's Audio Pages: http://audio.claub.net

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    • #3
      I will also accept trades.

      I will not ship them but folks please help me keep these out of the landfill. I need to clear them out, so I'm open to ideas.

      Charlie's Audio Pages: http://audio.claub.net

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      • #4
        What kind Q / Vas are they?
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        • #5
          Here is the data from the last time I measured one of them. You can see why using them in a OB system would make sense:

          Peavey Low Rider 18

          Re = 5.5912 ohms
          Fs = 40.1652 Hz
          Zmax = 69.6385 ohms
          Qes = 0.7282
          Qms = 8.3414
          Qts = 0.6697
          Le = 1.6260 mH (at 1 kHz)
          Diam = 397.0000 mm ( 15.6299 in )
          Sd = 123785.8310 mm^2(191.8684 in^2)
          Vas = 187.6027 L ( 6.6251 ft^3)
          BL = 18.7889 N/A
          Mms = 182.1834 g
          Cms = 86.1852 uM/N
          Kms = 11602.9229 N/M
          Rms = 5.5119 R mechanical
          Efficiency = 1.5686 %
          Sensitivity= 93.9730 dB @1W/1m
          Sensitivity= 95.5289 dB @2.83Vrms/1m

          Charlie's Audio Pages: http://audio.claub.net

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          • #6
            I like, but they would have to be shipped, 47150
            A mains
            The Ventures
            Open Invit8tions
            RSR
            Sound Troopers
            Acorns
            442
            DGBG's
            The Monuments

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            • #7
              I am in Benton harbor/ south bend Indiana area, what is different about them? Planning ib setup in a car and these were recommended as an inexpensive option.

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              • #8
                The Qts value is higher than the MFG number, otherwise they are about on spec. These could work great as a car sub since the specs of the particular two drivers are more along those lines.
                Charlie's Audio Pages: http://audio.claub.net

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                • #9
                  So....no shipy shipy?....yet?
                  A mains
                  The Ventures
                  Open Invit8tions
                  RSR
                  Sound Troopers
                  Acorns
                  442
                  DGBG's
                  The Monuments

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 6thplanet View Post
                    So....no shipy shipy?....yet?
                    Um, any idea of how much that will cost? Answer = pretty expensive. And you would have to pay 100% of shipping. That's why I am hoping for a local pickup.

                    If you really want me to ship them to you, and you are willing to pay all costs for doing do, send me a PM and we can work it out.

                    Until that happens, these are still available to anyone interested in a local pickup in the general Lansing MI vicinity.
                    Charlie's Audio Pages: http://audio.claub.net

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