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Old 09-28-2011, 05:01 AM
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Alpine SPS-410 v. SPS-400

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Originally Posted by x3oiler View Post
For dimensions, the 410 appears to be shallow but the diameter - well the numbers do not gell . . . the 410 may be a tad larger in diameter. I do not how much slop there will be but I do not imagine that 0.5mm will make a difference.

SPS-400

http://www.alpine.com.au/showItem.php?item_id=97

Mounting Depth: not stated

Woofer Mounting Diameter (mm): 93mm
Woofer Mounting Diameter (in): 3-2/3'' = 93.13mm
Woofer Mounting Depth (mm): 45mm
Woofer Mounting Depth (in): 1-3/4'' or 1-12/32"


SPS-410

http://www.alpine.com.au/showItem.php?item_id=232

Mounting Depth: 41.7mm

Woofer Mounting Diameter (mm): 93mm
Woofer Mounting Diameter (in): 3-11/16'' = 93.66mm
Woofer Mounting Depth (mm): 41.7mm
Woofer Mounting Depth (in): 1-21/32''
Thanks X3 Oiler.

Here is a link to Sonicelectronix here in the states. They have both the sps-400 and sps-410 in stock. Interstingly enough the one person that reviewed the sps-410 stated they sounded better than the Hertz ones he just replaced.

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/viewc...facturer_id=14

If it is only .5mm in my professional opinion I agree that shouldnt make a difference. One of the nice things about the newer version is that the tweeter is adjustable in direction.
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