P15N No Bell

P15N No Bell

General Characteristics
Nominal Overall Diameter 385 mm 15 in
Nominal Voice Coil Diameter 38 mm 1.5 in
Magnet Weight 826 g 29 oz
Overall Weight 3.9 kg 8.6 lbs
Flux Density 1.26 T
Voice Coil Winding Depth 10 mm 0.39 in
Magnetic Gap Depth 8 mm 0.31 in
Thiele-Small Parameters
Nominal Impedance 16Ω
Voice Coil DC Resistance RE 6.22 Ω 12 Ω
Resonance Frequency ƒS 77.9 Hz 67 Hz
Mechanical Q Factor QMS 6.8 5.74
Electrical Q Factor QES 1.33
Total Q Factor QTS 1.22 1.08
Mechanical Moving Mass MMS 53.9 g 42.9 g
Mechanical Compliance CMS 78 µm/N 132 µm/N
Force Factor BxL 10.49 Wb/m 13.16 Wb/m
Equivalent Acoustic Volume VAS 62.6 lt. 105.3 lt.
Maximum Linear Displacement XMAX ± 1 mm ± 1 mm
Reference Efficiency nO 2.62 % 2.32 %
Diaphragm Area SD 754.8 cm2 754.7 cm2
Losses Electrical Resistance RES 50 Ω 55 Ω
Voice Coil Inductance @ 1kHz LE 0.9 mH 1.28 mH
Constructive Characteristics
Magnet Alnico
Voice Coil Winding Copper
Voice Coil Former Kapton
Cone Material Paper
Surround Material Integrated Paper
Dust Dome Material Solid Paper
Basket Material Pressed Sheet Steel
Surround Treatment No
Electrical Characteristics
Nominal Impedance 16Ω
Rated Power 50 W 50 W
Musical Power 100 W 100 W
[email protected],1m 96.1 dB 96.7 dB
50 watts
Available in 8Ω, 16Ω

One of the first speakers ever used in a guitar amplifier, the P15N was loaded in the earliest Fender Bassman® and Bandmaster® amps, setting the milestone for those classic tones. The P15N delivers a warm, full bodied tone, with deep basses, and a nice, extended top end. Excellent for all different shades of clean and pushed clean tones.

Guitarist Description
Warm, deep low-end and sparkling highs. Responds to overdrive distortion with a bright edge and lengthy sustain capabilities.
Sound Samples
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Specification Sheet
Product Dimensions
Note: all dimensions are in mm.
User Reviews

I have always played hollowbody ES Gibson guitars with P-90s, so I am used to alot of break up in my tone, but recently since I have been travelling overseas more and more I have switched to a Telecaster for its durability and ease of travel, the tone from Tele pickups coupled with my style of aggessive fingerpicking comes off a bit harsh, and I have struggled to get the tone I am used to, however the P15N gives me a muddier breakup and smoother tone at a lower volume, and has helped me to get a bit closer to the P-90s I am used to. Thanx for everything.

Eddie in Denver, CO