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I need replacement 8" drivers for my Peavey PRM 308S Monitors. What would you recommend?

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Heres a couple of links to get your DRIVERS replace ,
http://www.speakerrepair.com/ocsdiaphragms.html or

http://www.peavey.com/products/browse.cfm/action/drill/cat/4/begin/1/Accessories.cfm

good luck , please rate solution , thanks AJ

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You have to use original manufacture parts if you want the orignal sound and specs. The crossovers and design of the speaker enclosure is matched for the speaker drivers. Start at the link below.

http://www.peavy.com/


Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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No !!!!... you don't want to go below 4 ohms. Paralleling each sub and the Pro 15 would be like 2 ohms...

With those cabinets, either have a second amp driving the subs from the mono or main 1/4 inch jacks out of the mixer or the other thing is a kludge to series each PAIR, that is series the Pro15's to form 8 ohms and the subs to get 8 ohms and run the 6000 as a split between the A and B. The pan controls would not be useful this way at all.

I would recommend using a seperate amp for the subs.

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I've lost the screws that hold the speaker in the cabinet. I need to know the size of thread for replacements


Ahh, and impossible question to answer! Call Peavey and ask their tech support to mail you a new set, or two (http://www.peavey.com/support/contactinfo/). They probably will send them for free or for just the charge of shipping. If you are asking to match the thread on the screws, this will be be the best option for you to get a good night of sleep after reassembly; I know the feeling.
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its just a standard 12volt car tail light lamp ...let me know if this helps

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