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Dayton Audio RS75-4 3" Reference Full-Range Driver 4 Ohm
I'm thinking of two of these RS75's along with an RS150 in a .5 cf box without internal cabinet separation powered by a MCA2250E to be used as a travel speaker. What's your opinion of the results? Cab size?
i ordered one of these for my first project. My goal is to make a small bluetooth speaker using this as my only speaker. The box i made was crafted out of a few different hard woods and is about 5"x 5"x10". is this driver okay? what should i use?
I modeled a pair of these drivers in that enclosure size, assuming external dimensions and 1/2" thick walls. The volume works out very well for two ported, with a 1-1/2" diameter, 4" long port your tuning frequency would be 110 Hz.
Date published: 2015-01-06
what would be the port size for this speaker in the recommended .02 enclosure
The recommended port size for this enclosure is 0.5" in diameter and 1.25" long.
Date published: 2014-12-11
Hello. Is this for one speaker or a pair?
These are sold individually.
Date published: 2014-10-30
I'd like to build a ported enclosure that would hold 2 of these as an 8ohm center ch. What would the optimal enclosure and port size be using 1/2" MDF. Is there an optimal spacing between the drivers? What can I use to block lower freqs?
I would recommend external dimensions of 4"H x 10"W x 4"D with a 1" diameter, 2-1/2" long port tube for a tuning frequency of 120 Hz. Spacing doesn't make much difference here, generally the closer the better to help with comb filtering. A high pass is recommended, something around 150 Hz or higher. Generally you can set this in your receiver.
Date published: 2014-09-25
Hi, what I'm using these speakers as dash tweeters. What capacitor or capacitor values would you recommend?
This really depends on where you want to cross it over. You could get away with a 200-400 uF cap and let it play as low as 150 Hz, or you could use something like a 5.2 uF and cross it closer to 2k.
Date published: 2014-07-04