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Dayton Audio RS225-8 8" Reference Woofer
I this subwoofer dual voice coil
No, this is a single-voice coil speaker. Also note that it is a woofer, not a subwoofer, so expecting subwoofer-level bass performance from it may be unreasonable, depending on your application.
Date published: 2014-11-21
Hi dear diy audio fans. I want to use this driver a 2 way project. Like the "Reference MM de Capo BE" speaker, on big bookshelf speaker. But i concern about the "mid sound" section. Yes this driver have a very nice bass but how is it on mid range ?
I have a pair of B&W DM302 and would like to add a pair of Dayton RS225-8, Should i keep the B&W crossover and add a loss pass filter? Any suggestions?
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Date published: 2014-10-07
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