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Dayton Audio RS225-8 8" Reference Woofer
I have a set of realistic Optimus T110 towers and have replaced the woofers with the rs225 8 ohm woofer and Dayton 10 inch passive radiator. The internal volume is 2.16cf. Can you tell me what the low end response should be? Thanks
With that combination and volume, the current tuning frequency is roughly 31 Hz with a smooth roll off. Other than a slightly oversized box, there is no reason to change anything.
Date published: 2014-07-21
I WANT TO USE 2 OF THESE WOOFERS IN PARALLEL AND DRIVE IT WITH YOUR DAYTON250 WATT PLATE AMP W BASS BOOST @ 35HZ IN 1.3 CUBIC FT ENCL LOOKING FOR Q .707 TIGHT FAST BASS PROJECTED F3 ?
This design has a projected F3 of 51 Hz, but you can expect in room results well into the 30's.
Date published: 2014-06-27
what size crimps?
This woofer uses 0.205" terminals.
Date published: 2014-04-14
I have a RS625 infinity tower speaker that i'm planning to replace the damaged 8" IMG woofer, will your dayton audio RS225-8 8" be a good match? Including the measurements for installing the RS225 in my tower? Thank you.
The Dayton Reference drivers are our best sellers by far for these model Infinities. Since we do not have a cross reference, you will have to compare overall frame and cutout dimensions of the original with the dimensions listed on our site for the Dayton woofer.
Date published: 2014-03-27
Any idea how two of these in a 2 cubic foot sealed enclosure would compare to one of the rs270-8 (the 10" version) in the same box? I'm looking for midbass (crossed at 80-600 Hz probably).
Either option will easily play to 80 Hz, the benefit will be the added sensitivity with two of the woofers wired in parallel vs one slightly larger woofer.
Date published: 2014-03-03
1.4 cubic feet - this net, or with volume of the driver?
That is net, before driver displacement. With will be closer to 1.33.
Date published: 2014-02-24