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I am replacing the TS115A woofer; however I need the specific specs for the speaker. Can I get those?

I have two alto ts115a and have had nothing but trouble with the woofer going out. It has been replace by you throughout my warranty. In an attempt to salvage my purchase, I am replacing the woofer; however I need the specific specs for the speaker. Can I get those?
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  • Hello KC,

    Thanks for the post. I'd like to help! Simply log onto the product page for any specs regarding your TS115A speaker - http://www.altoproaudio.com/products/.... Service manuals and schematics are not available to the public. Only authorized Alto Pro repair facilities and service centers would be able to obtain this type of information. If you need information on where to service your speaker, please reach out to our technical support team by logging onto http://www.altoproaudio.com/support.
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  • that spec sheet only gives info on the entire speaker package. i too need the specs of only the woofer in the TS115A as both of mine need replacement and are out of warranty as well.
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    TS115A, the whole system power handling is 450 RMS from the power supply rating....now I opened my TS115A..the woofer 15' inch....you can upgrade to a 400watts RMS at 4 ohms, either 250 to 300watts RMS at 8 ohms.. nonelse .....make sure you have a 10Amps Fuse ready all time just incase....and don't exceed to volume at 3 oclock position when having a heavy hiphop bass....make sure increasing volume control is gradual and monitored.....and when you restart from power failure .....bring down volume control to zero....to be safe and also use a surge current power strips to all your investments ...so it last long...it is important to know they are selling rated advertised as peak wattage or RMS wattage ,, go for it says RMS wattage or continuous wattage..coz that's the real one. and also impedance in OHMS..coz and Frequency Response ,,those 3 parameters are very important ...so you don't get wrong.
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    • Class D is a fairly new digital design amp using a switch mode power supply to keep the weight down rather than a large transformer as in an AB2 amp, they use these in 'active speakers cabs like yours, and are more efficient, most amps today will give more power at a lower resistance like 4ohms, say for argument 400watts RMS, but when connecting a 8 ohm loudspeaker it will probably only produce 250/300watts RMS, so there is nothing wrong using an 8ohm driver its just not going to sound as loud if you run up to where the red peak indicator blips (never allow the red to stay on as it most probably cook the voice coil), generally higher priced quality drivers have a 3" or 4" voice coil with venting so as and when your pumping out deep bass the mere movement of the cone simply vents air from the back of the voice coil gap and prevents over heating, cheaper drivers don't incorporate venting, these burn out much sooner.
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