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In response to everyday musicians’ quest for lightweight amps and cabinets without compromising tone, Jensen introduces the Tornado Stealths - featherweight Neodymium speakers with remarkable sound.

Jensen Neodymium speakers react more sensitively to the individual player’s techniques.

Musicians are always looking for the right tone; many may spend a lifetime trying to find and perfect it.

You can greatly improve or modify your tone simply by changing your speakers – and it's easy!

These numbers always begin with "606" , and are followed by three or four digits in various combinations.

If three digits are present, the first digit would refer the units of the year i.e. If four digits are present, the first two digits refer to the year i.e. The last two digits would refer to the week of the year i.e.

The format may look like this: 220 637 Here the number 220 designates the speaker as a Jensen, and 637 indicates a production date of the 37th week of 1956 or 1966.

Fender has used only a handful of different speaker types over the years.

There are other methods used to date "Silverface" amps, you will need to get the date codes from your speaker frame, tube chart or pots.Check out our helpful wiring diagram information or recommended replacements for your amp You may find it so easy that you will even want to do it based on the type of music, gig, or venue you are playing.Speakers come in many varieties and with different characteristics - size, impedance, wattage, and magnet materials.Pots and speakers are usually stamped with a 6 or 7 digit code that can be dated as follows: The first 3 are the manufacturers code 137xxx = CTS 304xxx = Stackpole 140xxx = Clarostat 134xxx = Centralab 381xxx = Bourns 106xxx = Allen-Bradley Speaker Manufacturers codes 67xxx = Eminence 117xxx = Credence 137xxx = CTS 220xxx = Jensen 270xxx = Quam 285xxx = Rola 328xxx = Utah 391xxx = Altec/Lansing 433xxx = Cleveland 465xxx = Oxford 649xxx = EV 1098xxx = Pyle The next number(s) is (are) the year.One question we're often asked is "how old is my speaker?