SCC300

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EProvenzano

SCC300
« on: 19 Nov 2015, 03:23 am »
Hello Jeff I hope your doing well.

You must think I'm about 10 years late with this topic! I know!  :duh:

The scc300 represents one of my audio regrets...wish I never sold them.  Fantastic in a sealed 3. 5 foot enclosure.  I thoroughly enjoyed a stereo pair.

Wondering if you can recommend a new driver with similar performance; musicality and quality?

Thank you sir!

Todd Willhoit

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Re: SCC300
« Reply #1 on: 1 Dec 2015, 08:51 pm »
Curious about this too.

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Re: SCC300
« Reply #2 on: 1 Dec 2015, 09:27 pm »
Some of the qualities I really liked about this driver:

Musicality.  The treated paper cone was very quick and nimble, but not thin.  My priorities are Music first and HT a distant second.
Frequency response.  40 hz F3 worked perfectly in a sealed cabinet.  A stereo pair in the corners gave complimentary boundary gain/roll off for flat response to 25 hz in my room.  The subs performed flawlessly up to 120 hz and were easy to integrate with my main speakers. 
Build quality.  Cast aluminum frame and large voice coil. 
At $99 each they were a steal.

Any suggestions??


jeffreybehr

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Re: SCC300
« Reply #3 on: 2 Dec 2015, 06:41 pm »
Lucky me--I have eight!


I call these my SuperSubs...40Hz and below.  OLD pics...lots of changes since then.

EProvenzano

Re: SCC300
« Reply #4 on: 2 Dec 2015, 08:56 pm »
Awesomeness!
 :thumb:

EProvenzano

Re: SCC300
« Reply #5 on: 2 Dec 2015, 08:59 pm »
Do you have the t/s parameters handy?

Jeff

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Re: SCC300
« Reply #6 on: 12 Dec 2015, 06:26 pm »
I do not know how I missed this thread  :roll:  I do not seem to receive post notifications on occasion.

15 years ago, it was a more difficult to find a driver that suited my purpose, thus a custom built driver was necessary.  A few years later, something similar would have been on the shelf available from TC Sounds, etc...  Today, I'm too far departed from that realm to advise you.  After almost an hour of searching, I still could not find the specs.  If I come across them in the near future, I'll post them here.

lowtech

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Re: SCC300
« Reply #7 on: 12 Dec 2015, 08:45 pm »
From Dr. J's own web site.   :roll:


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Re: SCC300
« Reply #8 on: 14 Dec 2015, 08:07 pm »
Wow, hightech  :o

Looks like a useful tool you found there  :thumb: