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Dayton Audio DCS255-4 10" Classic Subwoofer 4 Ohm
Replacing a velodyne vx10b ...I think it was 4 ohms , do you think this would be a good replacement or would you recommend something else ......also should I use poly fill in a ported enclosure?
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Date published: 2016-01-18
would a 500 watt amp be too much using a 1.1 cubic foot, tuned @ 40 thanx
That would be way more power than you would need but that's not necessarily a bad thing as long as you know the limit of the woofer. Running the amp all out can cause a failure of the driver if you arent careful.
Date published: 2016-01-04
I bought two of these subs for a stereo set up and the plate amp I am using has mini DSp built in. In a sealed enclosure, how low can I go before I risk over driving the woofer?
I can only run models based on having no EQ or DSP added. Assuming the woofer is in it's optimal sealed volume you will have no excursion problems with 200 watts assuming no EQ. As soon as you add EQ the power limit will drop substantially.
Date published: 2015-12-14
When building the 0.3 cuft sealed box, how much extra volume should I add for the driver itself?
This woofer displaces 0.078 cubic feet.
Date published: 2015-11-10
Would the Dayton SA100 amp be sufficient for this driver in a medium size living room?
Yes that combination will work well.
Date published: 2015-11-09
I have a Polk 100W RMS amp. Would this amp be sufficient for this driver in a sealed enclosure? Would a ported be better?
These work well sealed but really shine ported. Porting will also give you more for the amount of power you have with your amplifier.
Date published: 2015-11-03