Eminence Ragin Cajun 10″ Guitar Speaker

Meet the Eminence Ragin Cajun 10″ Guitar Speaker – the secret sauce to giving your tunes a spicy kick! 🌶️ This bad boy brings a dose of Americana to your sound, rocking a loud, touch-sensitive vibe with a sweet bell-like top end. And boy, does it pack a punch – a 30 oz. ceramic magnet, 75 watts at 8 ohms, and a sensitivity of 100dB!

Switching out the stock speaker in a Vox Valvatronics VT40+ was a game-changer for one user. The Ragin Cajun delivered a warm sound, waving goodbye to the jangly Brit vibes. Plus, it handles power like a champ – a clear upgrade from the Vox “Original” sound.

If you’re jamming with a Fender Frontman 25R, the Ragin Cajun is your ticket to tonal paradise. Quick installation- turned a practice amp into a band practice beast. Crystal-clear tones, loud as your neighbor’s yappy dog – and construction quality that’s rock-solid. Major thumbs up from the upgrade squad!

Another happy camper upgraded a Fender Frontman 25R. The stock speaker was a vibe killer at high volumes, but enter the Ragin Cajun, and it’s like the amp did a 180. Cleans shine, gain gets bluesy, and volume? Prepare to be amazed – it’s like your 25-watt amp hit the gym and came out sounding like a 50-watt legend. Club gigs? No sweat for the Cajun.

But hold up, the Ragin’ Cajun isn’t just a replacement speaker; it’s a tone magician. Tossed into a 1973 Ampeg GT10, it became the touch-sensitive maestro, dancing to various music styles and amp vibes. Bad tone? Not on its watch. The verdict: the Cajun isn’t just a speaker; it’s a musical sidekick, making everything sound better. 🎸✨

Custom Crossover Design

We’re not like your typical webshop, that’s just full of random products and meaningless specifications – our range of products is backed up with extensive technical knowledge and many years of experience in the industry. One of the areas we specialise in is custom crossover design. Our test lab is kitted out with prototype cabinets and extensive testing and measuring equipment – and with a huge range of transducers at our disposal, we can fine tune passive crossovers for virtually any combination of devices.

Over the last few years, we have been developing a range of crossovers designed to work with selection of popular transducers. Recently we had to opportunity to put together a custom specification for a customer who was looking to upgrade some existing small speakers with an 8″ woofer and 1″ tweeter. He wanted to increase power handling and performance, and was looking for a premium solution that required the minimum of EQ. This meant a complete rebuild, new woofer, new tweeter and new crossover.

You can read about the design process here: https://speakerwizard.co.uk/designing-a-2-way-crossover-example-project/

If you want to skip to the details, we selected a B&C 8NDL51, B&C DE12TC and B&C ME15 horn flare, all premium components which offered improved sound quality and higher power handling than the original components.

Here are the measurements of the finished design, the red plot is on axis, and subsequent measurements are at 10 degree intervals. Measurements were taken in a standard room with a little dampening material, so will show room reflections.