Speaker - Jensen® Vintage Alnico, 10", P10R for Fender®, 25W, 8Ω

Speaker - Jensen® Vintage Alnico, 10", P10R for Fender®, 25W, 8Ω

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Not a strict reissue, the P10R-F was born as a special edition of the P10R, developed in cooperation with Fender®, for the Custom Shop ’57 BandMasterä and the 20th Anniversary Vibro-Kingä amps. By means of a different cone membrane, the P10R-F has a warmer, ‘aged’ tone, and breaks up in a sweet, progressive manner. A very unique speaker for true Tone-Connoiseurs.

Guitarist Description: Warm, mellow tone with less bite and brightness than the standard P10R. In overdrive, this one eases into a creamy distortion.

  • Lows: Loose
  • Mids: Subdued
  • Highs: Subtle
  • Overdrive: Crunchy

For more information about our Jensen® speakers, see our tech corner article on Jensen Speakers.

SKU:
P-A-P10R-FEN-8
Item ID:
010746
UPC/EAN:
609722167208
Jensen Part Number:
ZJ05046
Brand:
JensenJensen VintageAlnico
Magnet Type:
Ohms:
Size:
RoHS Compliant
Product Measurements by Type
Basket MaterialPressed Sheet Steel
Cone MaterialPaper
Depth4.8031 in.
Diameter10 in.
Diaphragm Area (SD)330.10 cm2
Dust Dome MaterialNon-treated Cloth
Equivalent Acoustic Volume (VAS)28.50 liters
Flux Density0.96 T
Force Factor (BxL)5.89 Wb/m
Inner Diameter9.0944 in.
Linear Displacement, maximum (XMAX)1.00 mm
Losses Electrical Resistance (RES)66.90 Ω
Magnet Assembly Depth1.9488 in.
Magnet TypeAlnico
Magnetic Gap Depth6.00 mm
Mechanical Compliance (CMS)185.00 µm/N
Mechanical Moving Mass (MMS)18.00 g
Mechanical Q Factor (QMS)18.99
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle Diameter9.6456 in.
Mounting Hole Diameter0.2559 in.
Musical Power50.00 W
Nominal Overall Diameter207.00 mm
Nominal Voice Coil Diameter25.00 mm
Outer Diameter10.1969 in.
Rated Power25.00 W
Reference Efficiency (nO)0.92 %
Resonance Frequency (ƒS)87.30 Hz
Sensitivity @ 1W, 1m92.50 dB
Surround MaterialIntegrated Paper
Total Q Factor (QTS)1.79
Voice Coil DC Resistance (Re)6.96 Ω
Voice Coil Diameter1 in.
Voice Coil FormerKapton
Voice Coil Inductance @ 1 kHZ (LE)0.51 mH
Voice Coil Winding Depth8.00 mm
Voice Coil Winding TypeCopper
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions11.811 in. × 12.2047 in. × 6.6929 in.
Weight (Packaging)3.8 lbs.

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Specifications, Files, and Documents

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PDF: Specification Sheet Specification Sheet184.78 KB
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Questions and Answers

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Asked by Anonymous on December 14th, 2015.
JustinG
December 15th, 2015
Staff Member
Top Contributor
These are the speakers used in the 20th anniversary Vibro King. You would want to consult an owners manual or schematic for your amp's impedance.
Asked by Anonymous on September 21st, 2017.
Matt H.
September 21st, 2017
Staff Member
The low end on the P10R is going to be loose as well as the 40 watt P10Q. Please visit the tone generator to have a Jensen rep help you find the right speaker. https://www.jensentone.com/tone_generator.

Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
- March 31st, 2021
5 out of 5

Wanted to tame the highs in my Fender Pro Junior IV with a different Alnico speaker.
The challenge was the depth of the cabinet, and the P10RF is the same size as the original P10R.
It did tame some of the high-end in the amp so mission accomplished.

- July 21st, 2015
5 out of 5

Great speaker. I put it in a 68 Custom Princeton Reverb that breaks up on it's own pretty early. I wasn't sure if it was the right for the amp at first but after two weeks of playing it sounds a lot better. So it does need time to break in. This speaker is good for a smooth 50s-60s tone for playing and recording at home when you want early break-up. Probably not ideal for a band if it's your only speaker unless you're doing really raunchy blues. Not sure how much different this is than the regular p10r but it looks cooler.