Speaker - Eminence® Patriot, 10", Ragin Cajun, 75W

Speaker - Eminence® Patriot, 10", Ragin Cajun, 75W

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Lead/rhythm guitar 10" American speaker, 8 ohm. Very loud, touch sensitive and responsive with nice bell sounding top end and a little bite

RoHS Compliant
SKU:
P-A-RAGINCAJUN-8
Item ID:
010427
UPC/EAN:
876358001002
Eminence Part Number:
RAGIN CAJUN
Brand:
EminencePatriot
Ohms:
Size:
Product Measurements by Type
Baffle Hole Diameter9.13 in.
Basket MaterialPressed Sheet Steel
Coil Constructioncopper voice coil
Coil FormerPolyimide former
Coil Inductance (le)0.38 mH
Cone CompositionPaper cone
Cone Edge CompositionPaper cone edge
Core DetailsNon-vented core
D.C. Resistance (Re) 7.01 Ω
Depth3.8 in.
Diameter10 in.
Driver Volume Displaced1.1 liters
Dust Cap CompositionZurette dust cap
Efficiency Bandwidth Product (ebp)156
Electrical Q Factor (Qes)0.54
Equivalent Acoustic Volume (VAS)34.1 liters
Force Factor (BxL)11.8 Wb/m
Front Sealing GasketYes
Gap Height7.9 mm
Linear Displacement, maximum (XMAX)0.48 mm
Magnet CompositionFerrite
Magnet Weight30 oz.
Mechanical Compliance (CMS)0.18 mm/N
Mechanical Moving Mass (MMS)20 g
Mechanical Q Factor (QMS)11.42
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle Diameter243.8 mm
Mounting Hole Diameter5.8mm
Nominal Basket Diameter10 in.
Nominal Impedance8 Ω
Overall Diameter256.8 mm
Peak Diaphragm Displacement Volume (vd)17.6 cm3
Power Rating75 W
Rear Sealing GasketYes
Recommended Enclosure Volume, sealedAcceptable
Recommended Enclosure Volume, ventedAcceptable
Resonance84 Hz
Resonance Frequency (ƒS)84 Hz
Sensitivity100.5 dB
Surface Area Of Cone (sd)366.1 cm2
Total Q Factor (QTS)0.51
Usable Frequency Range80 Hz - 5 kHz
Voice Coil Diameter1.5 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions13.75 in. × 13.75 in. × 6.125 in.
Weight (Packaging)8.2 lbs.

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Questions and Answers

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Asked by Anonymous on February 8th, 2016.
JustinG
February 9th, 2016
Staff Member
Top Contributor
You would have to run the two speakers at either 16 ohms or 4 ohms depending on whether you wire them in series or parallel. Parallel wiring will give you 4 ohms.
Asked by Anonymous on December 22nd, 2016.
Anonymous
July 2nd, 2019
Man, go for it, mine has transformed into a bigger Princeton Reverb thanks to this speaker. It's high-efficiency with the 75-watts power handling rating, so it does gives more headroom to the little beast that a Princeton Reverb is, but it's a very good thing if you use pedals —I do, and when I play OD's or distortion through it, people with full stack Marshalls turn to me in awe. Go for it man.

Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
- October 31st, 2019
5 out of 5

Great speaker! Installed the Ragin Cajin in a 1966 Fender Princeton Reverb that a previous owner had placed a cheap import speaker in. Fired it up and was really impressed with the sound!

- November 14th, 2018
5 out of 5

It doesn't get any better for a 10 inch speaker. It thinks it's a 12. Low end is fabulous, clear with no fuzzyness, and the top is crystal-clear. It stays clean under high volume, so don't count on this speaker to distort on its own. What surprised me is how it sounds under low volume. It's much fuller than the original speakers I replaced them with. I strongly suggest two of these for all musicians who are using an amp with 2 -10s, like a Fender Vibrolux, or a Princeton Chorus. 2 - 10s move more air than a single 12 inch, and are clearer at all frequencies. Best 10" speaker I've ever used (Includes Jensen, Celestion, and other Eminence speakers)