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I have a 1965 Deluxe Reverb and am trying to figure out if it has a Utah or some other kind of speaker. I also have one of the newer Fender Pro Reverb amps with an effects loop and a silverface Twin Reverb with a volume control. Steve Goldner San Diego Hi Steve, Thanks for your questions. Figuring out which manufacturer’s speaker is in your amp shouldn’t pose a problem unless it’s some aftermarket mystery speaker with no markings.

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Speaker Size: 10" chassis, Rated power 60 Watt RMS, 8 Ohm, Frequency range: 100 Hz - 5.5 k Hz, Ceramic magnet, Sensitivity 97 d B, Voice coil 1.75", Suitable for cut-out with Ø 229 mm, Weight: 2.4 kg10" Chassis Impedance: 16 Ohm, Frequency range: 95 Hz - 5.5 k Hz, Ceramic magnet, Rated power 30 watts RMS, Sensitivity 95 d B, Voice Coil 1.75", Suitable for cut-out with Ø 229 mm, Weight: 1.6 kg, Made in England Bass Speaker Size: 10”, Impedance: 8 Ohm, Rated power: 100 W, Balanced low end, Punchy mid-range, Bright treble, 94 db (1W 1M), Frequency range: 45 - 3.500 Hz, Transducer cut-out: 229 mm, Weight: 2.4 kg10" Chassis Impedance: 8 Ohm, Frequency range: 95 Hz - 5.5 k Hz, Ceramic magnet, Rated power 30 watts RMS, Sensitivity 95 d B, Voice Coil 1.75", Suitable for cut-out with Ø 229 mm, Weight: 1.6 kg, Made in England Bass Speaker Size: 10", Punchy low-end with a warm mid-range that is full of presence, Power rating: 200 W, Impedance: 8 Ohm, Frequency range: 45 to 3,500 Hz, Sensitivity: 94 db (1 W/1 m), Weight: 3.0 kg Loudspeaker Size: 10", Power rating: 150 W, 8 Ohm, Frequency range: 60 - 3,000 Hz, 2" VC, Sensitivity: 97 d B, Weight: 3.7 kg10" Chassis Impedance: 16 Ohm, Frequency range: 100 - 5500 Hz, Ceramic magnet, Rated power 60 W RMS, Sensitivity 97 d B, Voice Coil 1.75", Suitable for cut-out with Ø 229 mm, Weight: 2.4 kg10" Chassis Impedance: 16 ohm, Frequency range: 95 Hz - 5.5 k Hz, Ceramic magnet, Rated power 40 watts RMS, Sensitivity 95 d B, Voice Coil 1.75", Suitable for cut-out with Ø 229 mm, Weight: 1.6 kg B-Stock, Celestion G10N-40, 10" Chassis with 16 Ohm, Frequency 95Hz-5,5k Hz, Ceramic Magnet, 40 Watt RMS, Sensitivity 95d B, Voice Coil 1,75", Cut out diameter Ø 229mm, weight 1,6Kg, B-Stock with full warranty, may have slight traces of use Offers include 20% UK VAT and are valid only whilst stocks last. We do not accept liability for typographical errors or inaccurate information of any kind.

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You need a speaker with a lower audio output, so you should consider the spec known as SPL, or sound pressure level (sometimes called sensitivity).

The SPL rating specifies how loud a speaker is at a distance of one meter when driven by one watt. I don’t know what speaker is in your amp, and even if I did, its specs might not be available.

Warning: All tube amplifiers contain lethal voltages.

The most dangerous voltages are stored in electrolytic capacitors, even after the amp has been unplugged from the wall.

Please note one (dating to 1971) has a repaired tear which has been professionally repaired... Excellent sound from these two and most suitable for your Marshall or custom 2x12 cabinet needs...

This copper panel beauty has early features like smooth levant tolex w/ blue alnico speakers. This 50w is a great example of a mid-70's MKII Marshall but has the added bonus of being converted to bass spec! This '70 angled cab is in excellent condition and sports a quad of G12M T1511 25w Celestion speakers w/ 55hz bass or 014 bass cones. someone a long time ago extended the original harness...

If you want the least volume from your amp, search for a speaker in the style you like with the lowest SPL rating.

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