Assembling help with FedSig CP100

Aries

Junior Member
Hello everyone!

Can somebody help me with the topic?
I had disassembled the speaker to polish and rechrome it, but it was in 2018 )) And now i can't remember what part was on what place?

Thank you!
 

cmb56

Member
That is because you have a CP25 that is rated 58 Watt as opposite the CP100 that is rated 100 Watt.
The driver is a Atlas Sound SD-70 and it is shorter than the SD-370 hence the distance between the driver and the housing.

Michael
 
If remember correctly the rusted curved piece goes in the bottom of the housing aligning the 2 holes with the center and rear hole in the housing (the front hole is for the speaker wire). Place a bolt through the center hole. Then take the short straight metal piece with the offset and 1 hole and align that hole with the rear hole and place a bolt through it (this piece gives the driver a place to set to support its weight). Take the black aluminum piece and place it on the outside bottom of the housing sliding the 2 bolts into its holes ( this piece is milled to accommodate the taper of the housing so be sure the narrower end goes towards the front). Install nuts to secure. Insert the driver so the threaded spacer goes through the hole on the back of the housing and use the acorn nut to secure. The rest should be straight forward.
 
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Aries

Aries

Junior Member
That is because you have a CP25 that is rated 58 Watt as opposite the CP100 that is rated 100 Watt.
The driver is a Atlas Sound SD-70 and it is shorter than the SD-370 hence the distance between the driver and the housing.

Michael
Yes, my mistake. It is said CP25 A1 on a label )

If remember correctly the rusted curved piece goes in the bottom of the housing aligning the 2 holes with the center and rear hole in the housing (the front hole is for the speaker wire). Place a bolt through the center hole. Then take the short straight metal piece with the offset and 1 hole and align that hole with the rear hole and place a bolt through it (this piece gives the driver a place to set to support its weight). Take the black aluminum piece and place it on the outside bottom of the housing sliding the 2 bolts into its holes ( this piece is milled to accommodate the taper of the housing so be sure the narrower end goes towards the front). Install nuts to secure. Insert the driver so the threaded spacer goes through the hole on the back of the housing and use the acorn nut to secure. The rest should be straight forward.
Thank you very much! Now it is assembled!
 

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