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Hi my friend gave me some tweeters and I have no clue
What they can handle or even who makes them. On the magnet
It says "MASA8 TS-T7096ZHIXL" and the other says "MARLH TS-T7096ZHIXL"
I wanna know if I should even bather trying them or know
Something about them like FQR or WATTS,RMS,OHMS something
Thank you in advance.
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A few photos would probably help more so we can see what they look like.
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I'm trying to upload photos but it says
The file size is to big, I'm gonna try and
Make my pictures smaller so I can post them
to help out identify them

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use photobucket to upload. Then post image tags here



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Okay thanks here are the pics of the tweeters
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Well they are some kinda of Pioneer tweeter.. You can see the little Pioneer symbol on the left. Plus alot of the Pioneer speakers part numbers start with TS-.

I am finding that part number specifically so they may be from a component set.
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They look like one of these..

Pioneer Tweeters [Part#: TS-T15]

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Pioneer Tweeters [Part#: TS-T110]

But like I said the part numbers do not come up so they are probably from component set.
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Yeah I searched for pioneer tweeters but
No luck and I wanted to find out how many ohms
Are they and the specs before I try connecting
Them. Thanks tho this is one tough search
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Throw a multimeter on them and see what ohm load they are..
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Oh yeah I completly spaced out on using
A multimeter for the ohm load. I was trying
To find them online but I'll just check the ohms
And assume they're 120watts max and 40 RMS
like the pioneer TS-T110. Okay Thanks for the Help
I appreciated.
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One last question sorry, is blue in this case on
Those tweeters positive or negative? Anyone have
An idea?
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Red is normally positive so I would just go with that. Unless somebody else knows for sure.
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Alright thanks, that's what I was thinking
Of doing but I wanted to make sure first
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One last question sorry, is blue in this case on
Those tweeters positive or negative? Anyone have
An idea?
a 9 volt battery will tell you.
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those are jap only tweets... not sold in usa i have google chrome translator so i can read the entire page fyi
Speaker Configuration:
  2.3 cm Super Wide Range & rotary tweeter (hard dome type)
■ moment maximum input: 180 W (4 Ω equivalent)
■ rated input: 50 W (4 Ω equivalent)
■ Playback frequency: 2 000 Hz 70 ~ 000 Hz
90 dB: ■ output sound pressure level
■ Impedance: 8 Omega
■ Cord Length: 2 M
■ Mass (1): 0.064 kg 
■ Dimensions: φ 42 mm (W) 50 mm (H) 45.5 mm (D) ■ with warranty
To achieve a faithful reproduction to the input signal "high-quality high-pass filter" attachment
The high-pass filter of dedicated development, you can use the high-grade part selected carefully. In consideration of the add-on to the original speaker, we are optimally adjusted the sensitivity. In addition, the use of a (oxygen-free copper) cable OFC you have significantly reduced the transmission loss, has been faithfully reproduced to the input signal to the speaker cable.
 
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