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Dayton Audio DCS305-4 12" Classic Subwoofer 4 Ohm
Does this driver come with mounting screws? If yes what size? If no what size do I need? I would like to secure it with hurricane nuts, which ones should I use?
These do not include screws. If you are using hurricane nuts, a #10-32 would work with this driver.
Date published: 2015-08-31
What dimension box would I need for good extension into 20 or 30 Hz range. 2x12 sub with slot port(s). Height of the front mounting board is 17". Would be interested in dimension of a similar 1x12, which would also have a 17" front board.
I would recommend an enclosure that measures 17"H x 32"W x 18"D externally with a single slot port that measures 2"W x 15.5"H and is 14"D. This will tune the enclosure to 32 Hz.
Date published: 2015-08-04
Trying to find box size for a 2x12 sub. Must use these drivers. Goal is pretty punchy bass, and hopefully hz in the 20's or 30's. Must keep box height close to the height of the drivers, so ports would ideally be slots on the ends. Thanks.
A box that measures 13"H x 31"W x 18"D externally with a single slot port that measures 11.5"H x 2"W x 20"L will tune the box to 31 Hz and provide extension into the 20's.
Date published: 2015-07-02
Im planning to build a box with this driver and the SPA250 Dayton Audio plate amp and how do i tune the box using 2 ports (to match the rest of the system) for an F3 in the 30Hz zone??
I would recommend a 3.8 cubic foot enclosure with two 3" dual flared ports that are 17" long each for a tuning frequency of 24 Hz and an F3 of 24 Hz.
Date published: 2015-05-21
I am trying to find a replacement for an Audax HT300Z2 which is in a ported enclosure with an internal volume of 2.37 ft3. The port has a diameter of 4" and a length of 7". I am not sure whether this Dayton would do the job. Thanks for the help
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Date published: 2015-02-02
I have two speaker cabinets with a internal volume each of 3.67 cubic feet. Port internal measurement is 4.25 " in diameter by 10.5" in length. I can adjust port size if necessary. How close am I to making two DCS305-4 speakers work in these cabinets?
The volume you have is perfect. The vent isn't bad, right now they are tuned to about 27 Hz. You could theoretically extend the ports to about 15" for a slightly smoother roll off and a tuning frequency of 24 Hz, but this is something you can play with to get dialed in to where you want it.
Date published: 2015-01-15