An excerpt from our "We Are Eminence" video, this takes you through the manufacturing process at Eminence Speaker. From our Engineering Department to Shipping, and everything in between. You will see how we wind our own voice coils, stamp metal parts, the final assembly process, as well as the QA and QC steps we take to ensure each product adheres to our high quality standards. We are proud to still be designing and assembling speakers by hand in the USA. We hope you enjoy it. And many thanks to our dear friend and endorsing artist Tomo Fujita for providing "Tiny Tapper" from his CD "Pure".
Boutique class A valve guitar amp and 2x10 alnico cab Peavey eminence A beautifully rehoused peavy valve king royal 5w in a vintage blonde finish with age appropriate knobs and grill clothe. All valve tone (12ax7 pre-amp and el84 power tube) runs into an 8 ohm 2 x 10 cab loaded with eminence alnico legends with horse shoe magnets. An already great sounding peavy combo has been turned into a toneful and attractive amp by pairing it with the right speakers in an airy cabinet and re-tubing with TAD valves. This is a master amp design, so you can get beautiful chimney el84 tones, as well as useful cleans. But this amp really shines just on the edge, where more dynamic playing can cause it to breakup. Takes pedals really well. 5w more than loud enough for small gigs, and excellent for rehearsal and studio work. Being a separate head design means you can swap and change with different 8ohm cabs for varying tone. Front control panel comprises: Hi input Low input Gain Tone Volume (master) Headphone out Jewel lamp (power indicator) On/Off toggle switch Rehoused by heritagecustom.co.uk UK bidding only please as collection required, from the West Midlands. Check out the quick video to see it in action. Only an iPhone audio but you can still get an idea. Thanks for your interest. Just ask me if you have any questions.
Guitarists spend tons of time and money on searching for the best tones, but an oft-overlooked game-changer is your speaker selection. It’s much easier to swap out amp speakers than you might think, and will make a world of difference if you’re looking to switch up your sound. Joe demonstrates this in real time using the Eminence CV-75, the Celestion G12H-75 Creamback, and the Hempopotamus HEMP-O Model 30 all in the same amp. If you don’t believe us, watch for yourself. Read more on the Reverb blog: https://goo.gl/DRBUHy
FULL INDEX ... SCROLL TO READ ... And, stay in touch on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/thetoneking Choose Your Cab - 1:10 Impedance / Ohms - 2:40 Eminence Unboxing / Bump Resale Value - 3:00 Eminence 820H spec - 6:30 Made in USA / Value - 8:40 Remove the Back Panel (time lapse) 10:55 Wiring - 11:40 Remove the Old Speakers (time lapse) 13:15 Mount the New Speakers (time lapse) 14:30 Moment of Awesomeness 15:14 Wiring (time lapse) 15:30 Confirm your wiring with a Multi-Meter 16:22 Final Wrap 17:55 About this video : This is an Eminence 820H Speaker How-To & Installation! I cover it from start to finish! Wiring, Installation, Upgrade - and even cover things as to 'VALUE" ... how and why a speaker upgrade will up the value of any piece of gear you own! Stay tuned as Part III will be the sound sample! Comment, Subscribe & All that good stuff! AND ... stay tuned, because pretty soon I'll have all of my Winter NAMM 2014 (NAMM14) videos uploaded!. NAMM'14 - here we come, LOOK OUT! Some SOCIAL links for your viewing pleasure: FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/thetoneking TWITTER (for behind the scenes notices) https://twitter.com/ttkrocks GOOGLE+ http://goo.gl/gG28FD THETONEKING.COM (giveaways, news and more!) (yellow SUBSCRIBE on the top right keeps you up to date!) http://thetoneking.com/wp/ FORUM (ask me anything here) http://thetoneking.com/wp/forum/ TTK LIVE WEBCASTS: (last Friday of every month). http://thetoneking.com/wp/ttklive/ SUBSCRIBE to my YOUTUBE Channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=LMSJR or here : http://www.youtube.com/subscribe_widget?p=LMSJR SUPPORT TTK by buying an AWESOME TTK STAFF T-SHIRT http://thetoneking.com/wp/ttk-staff-t-shirts/
Eminence recently sat down with Nashville pedal steeler Travis Toy to talk about his new signature guitar speaker, the Double-T 12. Rated at 300 watts, the 8 ohm Double-T 12 features a tight low end, a midrange bite that can cut through a mix, and detailed high end without being too bright. Travis worked closely with the engineers at Eminence to achieve these characteristics and even managed to pack them all into a 12" speaker that weighs just over 7 lbs – less than half the weight of the speakers he replaced. In this video, Travis is using his Little Walter Tube Amps model 89 and a Royer R-121 studio mic. For more information about the Double-T 12, or any of the equipment used in this video, please visit the links below. Thanks for watching. Double-T 12 pedal steel guitar speaker: http://www.eminence.com/speakers/speaker-detail/model=?Double_T_12 Little Walter Tube Amps: http://www.littlewaltertubeamps.com Royer Labs microphones: http://www.royerlabs.com
Custom audio solutions with on-time delivery. Since 1966, Eminence has been a leading choice among the world's premier audio brands for high quality, high value loudspeakers and high frequency devices. Now Eminence can offer OEMs complete turn-key solutions, including custom enclosures, amplifier designs, and finished systems. All from two strategically located factories: Eminence, Kentucky and Dongguan China. For more information, contact email@example.com
We asked our friends Chris Catero and Jordan Ziff from the band Razer what they think of our new British-voiced CV-75 guitar speaker. They liked it so much they put together this demo video. A really nice job, lots of sound clips and useful info. Thanks guys! Over ten years in development, we've captured the epitome of British tone. Complete tonal balance -- grunt and punch in the lows, warm/tailored mids, and nice, clear, open/airy highs. Check out the CV-75 at http://www.eminence.com/speakers/speaker-detail/?model=CV-75 Razer rocks! Check them out here: http://www.razerband.com/
Making Of Speaker Factory Tour #PART1 | How To Please Subscribe My Another Exciting YouTube Channel(Brain Teasers) Link Is Below: https://bit.ly/2zDc1Xn To Subscribe YouTube Channel Click Here: https://goo.gl/hzhgHh Please Don't Forget Like And Share. Design:- The most common speaker is the dynamic speaker. It consists of a frame, permanent magnet, soft iron core, voice coil, and cone. The frame supports the cone and permanent magnet assembly. The voice coil consists of an insulated wire wound around a plastic bobbin. One end of the bobbin is attached to the cone and the body of the bobbin slides over the soft iron core. The wires from the voice coil are connected to an audio amplifier. When electrical audio signals from the amplifier are applied to the voice coil, an electromagnetic field is produced around the voice coil. This causes the voice coil to move back and forth along the soft iron core which aids or opposes the magnetic field produced by the permanent magnet. The movement of the voice coil causes the attached cone to vibrate and produce sound. There are four major types of speakers: full-range, tweeter, midrange, and woofer. The full-range speaker can reproduce most of the audio sound spectrum. However, a single speaker cannot accurately reproduce the entire audio frequency range of the human ear. Therefore, other speakers were designed to overcome the limitations of the full-range speaker. The tweeter is designed for the higher audio frequencies or treble sounds in the 4-20 kHz range. They are very small, usually around 2 in (5.1 cm) in diameter or under. The midrange speaker reproduces sounds in the 1,000 Hz to 10 kHz frequency range. Their size ranges from 2 into 8 in (5.1—20.3 cm) in diameter. The woofer reproduces the bass or very low sounds in the 20-1,000 Hz frequency range. A subwoofer can extend this to as low as 3 Hz. Woofers range from 4 into 15 in (10.2-38.1 cm) in diameter with 10-12 in (25.4-30.2 cm) in diameter being the most common. Akio Morita was born January 26, 1921, in the Japanese village of Kosugaya. Morita would have been the fifteenth generation heir to his family's 300-year-old sake business, but instead entered the prestigious Eighth Higher School as a physics major. Read more: http://www.madehow.com/Volume-7/Stereo-Speaker.html#ixzz5IN6zPOPA The Manufacturing Process:- 1. The permanent magnet is constructed by mixing iron oxide with strontium and then milling the compound into a very fine power. The power is mixed with a ceramic binder and then closed in a metal die. The die is then placed in a furnace and sintered to bond the mixture together. 2. The frame is constructed from an aluminum or steel sheet. The sheet arrives at the plant preformed. It is then placed on a conveyor belt and transported to a cutting machine that used a hydraulic press to cut holes in the sheet to allow free air movement from the cone. The sheet is then formed by a hydraulic press that forces the sheet into a die of the desired shape. Mounting holes are then drilled at their proper locations. 3. The cone, surround, and the spider is individually formed out of composite paper and then glued together as an assembly. 4. The voice coil is built by winding many turns of very fine insulated copper wire on a plastic bobbin. The bobbin and voice coil assembly is glued to the dust cap of the cone assembly. 5. The frame, soft iron core, and permanent magnet are bolted together as an assembly. 6. The cone assembly is then attached to the frame assembly by first manually gluing the spider to the base of the frame and then gluing the surround to the top of the frame. Quality Control:- Inspectors monitor all steps of the manufacturing process. The permanent magnet is checked for chips or cracks. The paper cones are inspected for flaws or holes in the material, and proper gluing of the cone assembly. The entire assembly is inspected for overall quality and adherence to specifications. The final speaker assembly is connected to an audio generator that tests the frequency response and power capabilities of the speaker to ensure that it produces sound within the required specifications. Byproducts/Waste:- Scrap metal from the frame and scrap paper from the cone are sent to recycling plants for reclamation. Exotic materials such as strontium must be disposed of according to government regulations. The Future:- The industry is constantly experimenting with raw materials to improve speaker sound quality, frequency response, and power output. New technologies are being developed in the form of a direct-drive speaker that uses no cone.
The Cannabis Rex from Eminence is a hemp cone 12" guitar speaker offering clean and full tone with fat lows and warm, smooth mids and highs. A round and open tone makes it a great upgrade for American-voiced amps. Read more below. Amps used during the shooting of these demo videos were a Marsh Clifton 22 Reverb, Germino Club 40, Marshall JCM 800, Vox AC30. Chris uses Lust for Tone pickups (www.lustfortone.com) For some added effects, Chris used the following pedals: Xotic RC Booster Xotic SL Drive Nobles ODR-1 JHS Morning Glory Wampler Ego Compressor Wampler Velvet Fuzz Greer Amps Lightspeed Overdrive BOSS Delay DM2 T-Rex Tapster Tremolo A Royer R-121 Studio mic was placed approximately 6 to 8 inches in front of an EarCandy cabinet. A big thanks to Royer Labs and EarCandy for the gear! As an innovative professional guitarist, Chris Condon performs with artists in the recording studio, on tour, as a collaborator in various styles and genres of music. His ability to learn and adapt quickly, as well as having a “great ear,” allows him to play effortlessly with any artist or band. He prides himself on his reputation and versatility while being very easy to work with in any situation. “I got turned on to eminence speakers because I saw a lot of my favorite guitarist using them , once I started putting them in my amps/cabs I realized why the pros use them…. Because they are great!! I love my eminence speakers and am extremely honored to be a part of their family.” Visit Eminence.com to learn more about guitar and pro audio speakers. Check out Chris at www.chriscondonguitar.com
The Eminence Legend GB128 guitar speaker offers cleaner vintage British voiced tone with a round, punchy low end, warm, throaty mids and very open and clear highs. Read more below. The Cannabis Rex from Eminence is a hemp cone 12" guitar speaker offering clean and full tone with fat lows and warm, smooth mids and highs. A round and open tone makes it a great upgrade for American-voiced amps. Read more below. Amps used during the shooting of these demo videos were a Marsh Clifton 22 Reverb, Germino Club 40, Marshall JCM 800, Vox AC30. Chris uses Lust for Tone pickups (www.lustfortone.com) For some added effects, Chris used the following pedals: Xotic RC Booster Xotic SL Drive Nobles ODR-1 JHS Morning Glory Wampler Ego Compressor Wampler Velvet Fuzz Greer Amps Lightspeed Overdrive BOSS Delay DM2 T-Rex Tapster Tremolo A Royer R-121 Studio mic was placed approximately 6 to 8 inches in front of an EarCandy cabinet. A big thanks to Royer Labs and EarCandy for the gear! As an innovative professional guitarist, Chris Condon performs with artists in the recording studio, on tour, as a collaborator in various styles and genres of music. His ability to learn and adapt quickly, as well as having a “great ear,” allows him to play effortlessly with any artist or band. He prides himself on his reputation and versatility while being very easy to work with in any situation. “I got turned on to eminence speakers because I saw a lot of my favorite guitarist using them , once I started putting them in my amps/cabs I realized why the pros use them…. Because they are great!! I love my eminence speakers and am extremely honored to be a part of their family.” Visit Eminence.com to learn more about guitar and pro audio speakers. Check out Chris at www.chriscondonguitar.com