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Dayton Audio RS100-4 4" Reference Full-Range Driver 4 Ohm
Hey There! I have recently purchased these for a "daytons needle" TQWT build. I was hoping to replicate their simple 3 piece crossover/filter, but their component specs are vague. Any recommendation some components. Its just one of these drivers per side.
I noticed some other folks have a little confusion as to the size of this speaker. Overall outside diameter is smaller than bolt circle diameter?? Shouldn't it be 3.86"?
Yes the outer diameter is wrong on our website and I will have it fixed.
Date published: 2014-09-22
I WOULD like TO USE THIS SPEAKER TO REPLACE MY N24 JBL 4" . IT IS 8 OHM total CAN I USE THE SAME CROSE OVER AS THE 8 OHM /
In order for the crossover not to change you will want to use the RS100-8 instead.
Date published: 2014-08-18
i plan on using two of these in stereo in a single .23 box I did this with two 4inch coaxils but the 200 hz hum is bothersome and I cant get rid of it, it is for tv use only what size port would work for both speakers in your knock down .23 box. thanks
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Date published: 2014-08-01
ive been looking into building a portable boombox, for BBQ's or the Beach. i want it portable but with punch and good battery life. I was thinking perhaps a pair of these speaker and and 6 inch subwoofer. can i use a leipei 2020 amp with a 12v 7AH Battery
Yes this will all work very well together. A similar design has been made using similar components in the RockNDock project which you can see below. This uses the DTA-2 amp module, two of the RS100-4 drivers and a pair of small flange tweeters. It is powered with a 12V SLA type battery.http://www.parts-express.com/project-gallery-speaker-project-rockndock
Date published: 2014-07-25
Will these work well with a passive radiator to produce more bass?
This driver will perform best in a standard vented enclosure of about 0.11 cubic feet with a 1" diameter port that is 4" long for a tuning frequency of 65 Hz.
Date published: 2014-03-04