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Dayton Audio DC200-8 8" Classic Woofer
I need to replace woofer, original's spec shows 36-150 hz. Not finding anything in that specific range. Would, for example, 40-3000 hz do just fine ????
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Date published: 2014-05-28
What is recommended band pass subwoofer configuration tuned at around 40-50 hz for this woofer? (volume of each chamber and the port dimensions)
This requires a ported chamber of 0.5 cuft with a 3" diameter, 8" long port tube and a sealed chamber of 0.6 cuft. This will provide a passband of 37 Hz to 105 Hz.
Date published: 2014-05-22
I need the port size to get the best sound from this speaker in a .50 cu. ft. enclosure crossed over at 600 hertz.
That volume is actually better suited for a sealed alignment with that woofer. If you wanted to port it, you will only get about a 40 Hz tune from it, with a 2" diameter, 10" long port.
Date published: 2014-05-20
Will the Dayton DC200-8 woofer fit in a Boston Acoustics A 70 speaker, they measure 8-1/4
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Date published: 2014-05-19
Hello, Was looking to replace the driver on Tannoy EFX 5.1 sub with this as the cone got damaged. Was wondering if the specs would match. Its also a 8" driver. Thanks
Unfortunately we do not have a cross reference for this type of thing. This will work as long as the original woofer was 8 ohm. If it was 4 ohm, I would recommend the Dayton Classic 8" Subwoofer instead:http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-dcs205-4-8-classic-subwoofer-4-ohm--295-200
Date published: 2014-03-24
I am going to use 2 woofers in one shared curved enclosure with 4" port in a 3 way system with double woofers. The volume for woofers is 2.4 ft3. What would be port length for F3 not higher than 38-40 hz and what should be the port tuning frequency?
I would recommend a port that is 6-1/2" long for a tuning frequency of 29 Hz and an F3 of 36 Hz.
Date published: 2014-06-18