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6-1/2" Poly Cone Midbass Woofer 4 Ohm
88 dB 2.83V/1m = 85 dB 1V/1m?
Roughly yes, 2.83V into 4 ohms is 2 watts. With 1 watt you will lose about 3 dB of output.
Date published: 2014-09-15
I believe these work fine in a ported cab, and I want a little more bass than I get with a sealed enclosure. Whats the smallest ported enclosure I could get away with? Is about 0.35 cubic feet, asking for too much/little?
Unfortunately these require a very large ported cab due to their high Qts. A 0.35 cubic foot cab would provide the smoothest bass response. If you wanted to add a port, a 1.5" diameter x 3" port will tune the box to 56 Hz but provide a large peak in the response around 60-80 Hz.
Date published: 2014-06-21
Putting this in series with a 4 ohm tweeter I bought years ago. A simple design, just for my woodshop speakers and I don't want to spend money on a expensive crossover. Where do I put the 4.7uF cap to block the bass for the tweeter in this series?
Unfortunately you cannot wire a woofer and tweeter in series and only protect the tweeter. You will have to wire them in parallel and simply put the capacitor in series with the tweeter. Also, wiring a 4 ohm woofer and 4 ohm tweeter in series does not yield an 8 ohm load, the amplifier will still see a 4 ohm overall load so there is no benefit.
Date published: 2014-04-10
Any possibility of these being in stock before the date listed?
We are at the mercy of the vendors and manufacturers in terms of the ETA dates we get. There is a possibility although there is no way to know for sure until they show up early.
Date published: 2014-02-03
Can this be a replacement woofer for the Dayton Audio B652 6-1/2 Bookshelf Speaker? http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-b652-6-1-2-2-way-bookshelf-speaker-pair--300-652
This will work as a replacement although this will create a 4 ohm load which is not safe for most home stereos.
Date published: 2014-01-16
Would these speakers work in the door of a suburban with"boom mat" type of speaker baffles or is that not enough volume?
These woofers will work fine for any free air application, or basically any size sealed type enclosure. The low end will be fairly limited though, probably only reaching about 50 Hz.
Date published: 2014-01-08