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04-08-2011 02:31 PM
perfect_prefect
Re: tc sounds...

if you want really good sq the only thing you would want to recone a lms/lmt sub with is another lms coil. if the utmost sq isnt what you want out of them the motors are still amazing reconed with regular coils kinda like my want to run a 5400 motor in my jeep but i would never try to run a lms coil in it, cant handle any where near enough power for my taste.
04-07-2011 07:08 PM
Sicaudio
Re: tc sounds...

ahhh good to know

so either way both the subs we have are great subs for reconing lol

1 is an LMS the other is an LMT
04-07-2011 06:46 PM
BlackWaterOp
Re: tc sounds...

Actually, the sw8200 may have an LMS coil. I believe it is the last model that TC made for Eclipse, so the coils might have been around.

Earlier in the thread I thought you were talking about sw8800 which are similar to sw9100 that you were also talking about.
04-07-2011 06:40 PM
BlackWaterOp
Re: tc sounds...

LMS = Linear motion series aka Audiopulse LMS Ultra

LMT = Linear motion technology, after the Ultra came the smaller subs with the same coil technology

LMS-R = Model of newer TC sub

As I stated before, the LMS coil is VERY specific and was designed AFTER TC/AP stopped making subs for Eclipse/Fujitsu Ten
04-07-2011 05:44 PM
profundus-sanus
Re: tc sounds...

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Originally Posted by BlackWaterOp View Post
He said the sw8000 was the same as the sw9100 and the TC-3k, lol! All three subs are very much different from each other in many ways.
missed that part, sorry.

i don't know near as much as you guys about all this stuff so i'm staying out of it, lol.
04-07-2011 05:35 PM
blackdragonx1186
Re: tc sounds...

LOL glad to see I've sparked a bit of a cat-fight.
04-07-2011 03:23 PM
Sicaudio
Re: tc sounds...

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Originally Posted by perfect_prefect View Post
the eclipse 8200's had tc9 motors and aluminum cones, i just sold a pair of 12's not too long ago

TY Gar been waiting for you too pipe in
04-07-2011 03:21 PM
perfect_prefect
Re: tc sounds...

the eclipse 8200's had tc9 motors and aluminum cones, i just sold a pair of 12's not too long ago
04-07-2011 03:21 PM
Sicaudio
Re: tc sounds...

tc9 with LMS has been around since at least 2006...i have found a ton of references to that fact with posts dating that far back... part of the links i posted are all from 2007 up...

this is a quote from 1 of the posts...

For sealed use an LMS motor, like Sounds LMS-R, Eclipse SW8210/SW8010/SW8200/SW8000 10's & 12's, Sound Splinter RL-S 12 & 15, etc..

now I did say I THINK it is a TC3.. I was wrong it is a TC9 LMS...the newer model i have is an LMT...w/e the hell lms/lmt even means...
04-07-2011 01:00 PM
BlackWaterOp
Re: tc sounds...

LMS-R just came out in the past couple of years during TC's "return"

TC stopped making subs for Eclipse YEARS before LMS technology had been invented.

It's simple fact.
04-07-2011 10:30 AM
spencerearl1996
Re: tc sounds...

I'd say you could easily get $350-375 plus shipping that is if its mint.
04-07-2011 09:21 AM
Sicaudio
Re: tc sounds...

lmt not lms sorry....

like i said it has been over a year since i even looked at it....


from what i found way back when ( during research ) the 8200 IS an LMS made by TC for Eclipse, the 8210 was an LMT and great specs but not near as good....my memory is faded.... but even now a simple google search pulled up gobs of info supporting that...

from what i remember tho now that i think on it is we determined that it was a tc9 ? if that sounds right? i really cant remember ... the last time i even took it out of the enclosure was well over 1 yr ago research was 2007/08 iirc?...i found some motor pics tho that match exactly...

here are some links too:

Eclipse SW8200 - AVS Forum

3 subs...

quote from ^^^ that link ^^^For sealed use an LMS [COLOR=#009600 ! important][COLOR=#009600 ! important]motor[/COLOR][/COLOR], like TC Sounds LMS-R, Eclipse SW8210/SW8010/SW8200/SW8000 10's & 12's, Sound Splinter [COLOR=#009600 ! important][COLOR=#009600 ! important]RL[/COLOR][/COLOR]-S 12 & 15, etc...

$1k subs - Mobile Electronics Australia - Page 3.5


so someone that knows for sure wanna pipe in here?... i honestly have no clue... I do know it is definately a TC sub....I have seen the 8200 and 8210 side by side and the baskets and motors are nothing alike...the sw8200/9200 smother the 8210...
04-07-2011 08:19 AM
BlackWaterOp
Re: tc sounds...

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Originally Posted by profundus-sanus View Post
easy killer lol

he said he thought. didn't say he was sure of it.
He said the sw8000 was the same as the sw9100 and the TC-3k, lol! All three subs are very much different from each other in many ways.
04-07-2011 07:33 AM
profundus-sanus
Re: tc sounds...

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Originally Posted by BlackWaterOp View Post
You are just oozing with bad information.

1. The sw8000 series is not the same as this or the sw9100series
2. They are NOTHING like the LMS series, which uses a completely proprietary coil and came out almost a decade after the Eclipse Ti stuff was built by TC.
easy killer lol

he said he thought. didn't say he was sure of it.
04-07-2011 05:53 AM
BlackWaterOp
Re: tc sounds...

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sicaudio View Post
i thnk they r an lms design iirc not sure havent had it out of the box in over a year lol
You are just oozing with bad information.

1. The sw8000 series is not the same as this or the sw9100series
2. They are NOTHING like the LMS series, which uses a completely proprietary coil and came out almost a decade after the Eclipse Ti stuff was built by TC.
04-06-2011 11:19 PM
blackdragonx1186
Re: tc sounds...

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Originally Posted by stovebolt6 View Post
Possibility of trades?
Mebby. Whatcha got?
04-06-2011 09:41 PM
Sicaudio
Re: tc sounds...

i thnk they r an lms design iirc not sure havent had it out of the box in over a year lol
04-06-2011 09:34 PM
stovebolt6
Re: tc sounds...

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Originally Posted by blackdragonx1186 View Post
It's a D2.
Possibility of trades?
04-06-2011 09:33 PM
stovebolt6
Re: tc sounds...

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sicaudio View Post
yes as well as the 8200 series

we have 1 of each...
I can't remember but I think the 8200's used a tc9 motor
04-06-2011 09:31 PM
Sicaudio
Re: tc sounds...

yes as well as the 8200 series

we have 1 of each...
04-06-2011 09:29 PM
stovebolt6
Re: tc sounds...

Quote:
Originally Posted by blackdragonx1186 View Post
It's a D2.
Damn I was about to make an offer two would be nice


And sic The eclipse ti. Are you talking about the sw9152's if so they are nice drivers the very first version of the 3hp I have a few laying around and one sw9122 for good measure

I might wall my civic with four of the sw9152's instead of the two ultras haven't made up my mind
04-06-2011 09:26 PM
blackdragonx1186
Re: tc sounds...

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Originally Posted by stovebolt6 View Post
Hmm what coil config. Possibly quad 1.4
It's a D2.
04-06-2011 09:26 PM
Sicaudio
Re: tc sounds...

nice anodized...they are slick subs...

my sw8000 eclipse is the same sub
04-06-2011 09:24 PM
stovebolt6
Re: tc sounds...

Quote:
Originally Posted by blackdragonx1186 View Post
It's a black TI cone.
Hmm what coil config. Possibly quad 1.4
04-06-2011 09:21 PM
blackdragonx1186
Re: tc sounds...

It's a black TI cone.
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