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Dayton Audio DC160S-4 6-1/2" Classic Shielded Woofer 4 Ohm
How do this woofer perform in infinite baffle setup?
im planning to put two of these in the rear deck of the car as a mini subwoofer, will a 80hz low pass work as well?
I would not recommend this for infinite baffle use as a subwoofer. If you can manage about .4 cubic feet with a 1.5" diameter, 6" long port you will be better off but you will still not get too much output.
Date published: 2012-08-23
Do these woofers use rubber or foam surrounds. Thanks.
This woofer features a rubber surround.
Date published: 2011-07-14
I have a design that is .25 cubic feet. Could I use a port? and if not, how would the sealed enclosure sound?
A sealed box is gonna sound a little lean on the low end. It will give you some nice clean tight bass. Maybe you like that sound. I would put in a port 1.5" diameter by 4.875" length and let the beast out. This little speaker rocks when used in a book shelf system. I've used this alignment several times, and all of them sounded awsome.
Date published: 2012-12-22
sealed box for two with displacement
I am gonna cross these over at three k along with the Dayton ribbon tweeter for all five channels and i am using a 12 inch Klipsch sub. also the speakes will have there own chamber
These will work fine in 0.25 cubic feet per woofer, displacement doesn't make a difference in this case.
Date published: 2013-02-18