Mod 10-35

  • 16Ω
General Characteristics for 8Ω
Nominal Overall Diameter259 mm.10 in.
Nominal Voice Coil Diameter25 mm.1.00 in.
Magnet Weight270 g10.00 oz
Overall Weight2.50 lbs
Flux Density1.10 T
Thiele-Small Parameters for 8Ω
Voice Coil DC ResistanceRE6.70 Ω
Resonance FrequencyƒS107.0 Hz
Mechanical Q FactorQMS18.85
Electrical Q FactorQES1.93
Total Q FactorQTS1.75
Mechanical Moving MassMMS14.9 g
Mechanical ComplianceCMS150 µm/N
Force FactorBxL5.98 Wb/m
Equivalent Acoustic VolumeVAS23.0 lt.
Maximum Linear DisplacementXMAX±1.50 mm
Reference EfficiencynO1.39 %
Diaphragm AreaSD330.0 cm2
Losses Electrical ResistanceRES38.0 Ω
Voice Coil Inductance @ 1kHzLE0.52 mH
Constructive Characteristics for 8Ω
MagnetFerrite
Voice Coil WindingCopper
Voice Coil FormerKapton
Cone MaterialPaper
Surround MaterialIntegrated Paper
Dust Dome MaterialNon-treated Cloth
Basket MaterialPressed Sheet Steel
Electrical Characteristics for 8Ω
Nominal Impedance8 Ω
Rated Power35 W
Musical Power70 W
Sensitivity@1W,1m94.1 dB
General Characteristics for 16Ω
Nominal Overall Diameter259 mm.10 in.
Nominal Voice Coil Diameter25 mm.1.00 in.
Magnet Weight270 g10.00 oz
Overall Weight2.50 lbs
Flux Density1.10 T
Thiele-Small Parameters for 16Ω
Voice Coil DC ResistanceRE12.00 Ω
Resonance FrequencyƒS105.0 Hz
Mechanical Q FactorQMS16.90
Electrical Q FactorQES2.65
Total Q FactorQTS2.29
Mechanical Moving MassMMS15.7 g
Mechanical ComplianceCMS146 µm/N
Force FactorBxL6.90 Wb/m
Equivalent Acoustic VolumeVAS22.3 lt.
Maximum Linear DisplacementXMAX±1.50 mm
Reference EfficiencynO1.94 %
Diaphragm AreaSD330.0 cm2
Losses Electrical ResistanceRES76.9 Ω
Voice Coil Inductance @ 1kHzLE3.60 mH
Constructive Characteristics for 16Ω
MagnetFerrite
Voice Coil WindingCopper
Voice Coil FormerKapton
Cone MaterialPaper
Surround MaterialIntegrated Paper
Dust Dome MaterialNon-treated Cloth
Basket MaterialPressed Sheet Steel
Electrical Characteristics for 16Ω
Nominal Impedance16 Ω
Rated Power35 W
Musical Power70 W
Sensitivity@1W,1m93.0 dB
MOD10-35
10"
,
35 watts
  • Ohms:
  • 16Ω

Warm, straightforward tone and tight bass frequencies. When presented with overdrive distortion, it takes on a gritty edge.

Lows:Mids:Highs:Overdrive:
TightAggressiveBrightEdgy
Warm, straightforward tone and tight bass frequencies. Presented with overdrive distortion, takes on a gritty edge.
Full
Sound Samples:
Clean Sound Sample00:17https://www.jensentone.com/sites/jensentone.com/files/sound_samples/mod10-35_clean_0.mp3
Overdriven Sound Sample00:18https://www.jensentone.com/sites/jensentone.com/files/sound_samples/mod10-35_overdriven_0.mp3
Blues Sound Sample00:50https://www.jensentone.com/sites/jensentone.com/files/sound_samples/mod10-35_blues.mp3
Country Sound Sample00:35https://www.jensentone.com/sites/jensentone.com/files/sound_samples/mod10-35_country.mp3
Jazz Sound Sample00:43https://www.jensentone.com/sites/jensentone.com/files/sound_samples/mod10-35_jazz.mp3
Metal Sound Sample00:55https://www.jensentone.com/sites/jensentone.com/files/sound_samples/mod10-35_metal.mp3
Rock Sound Sample00:42https://www.jensentone.com/sites/jensentone.com/files/sound_samples/mod10-35_rock.mp3
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Frequency Response Charts:
  • 16Ω

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I put the Mod Series 10-35 speaker in my Vox Pathfinder 15R, and now this amp sounds like it's supposed to sound. An "okay" amp, now sounds much better! This speaker literally woke it up, and kept me from selling it! The same thing with my Fender Frontman 25R, when I put a Mod 10-50 in that amp. Better all around response. I'm very happy with my purchases! Can't beat the sound!

I really like the MOD 10. I used it to replace a speaker in a Crate amp. It really changed the sound of the amp from harsh and brittle to a more warm, clear, more musical sound.

I purchased two Mod 12-50 's, one Mod 10-35 , and one C10R . I have them in a birch, slant back cab with the two 12" diagonal to one another and the two 10" diagonal to each other . I love the dynamics of this combination of speakers when playing through a tube amp head. I think it sounds better with the EL-84 head than with the 6V6 head.

I was able to use a MOD 10/35-8 instrument speaker as a suitable replacement for the blown device in my Peavey guitar amp. Since making this change/upgrade, I haven't been able to get my amp back from my eldest son as he enjoys the bright colorful sound generated via this excellent audio performer while attempting to replicate riffs from Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughn.

I used three 10" Jensen 35W Mod speakers to build my son a 3x10 bass cabinet. He's used it extensively over the last three years, and it continues to perform well. The band he is in, The Policy, would no doubt say that Jensens Rock!

I ended up purchasing a vintage Mod 35. I love the speaker’s sound, response, and slight tone coloration, and will be ordering 4 more shortly for my 4x12.