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Dayton Audio RSS210HO-4 8" Reference HO Subwoofer 4 Ohm
Planning on using this with the .75 sq ft sealed box sold in the package in my small SUV. I'm thinking about using that gray acoustic padding you sell on the inner wall between the bracing and then adding a pound of acousta fill. Is this a good idea?
The foam will serve almost on purpose for something like this. You would have the same results using the fill by itself.
Date published: 2015-11-24
could i put this sub in the 0.8 ft3 enclosure, and if so what frequency would i get
Your F3 in that volume would be 58 Hz. The HF version of this woofer would be a better choice with an F3 of 47 Hz.
Date published: 2015-11-11
What is the difference between this woofer and RS210HF (295-456)? I want to build a ported enclosure for music use. The midranges it will be paired with have a SPL of 90.0dB 1W/1m.
The difference is box volume required for each. The HO requires a smaller box and the hF larger, but the HF can be tuned lower. With 90 dB sensitive mids, you will probably need to attenuate them to match the woofer output, or use multiple woofers.
Date published: 2015-10-08
Could you recommend an enclosure size and passive radiator(s) to tune this to ~30Hz? I'm planning on the DA 250 plate amp, unless that's not enough power. Thanks.
The best option for this would be 1.0 cubic foot with two Dayton SD215-PR's with 75 grams of weight added to each. This will tune the enclosure to 30 Hz.
Date published: 2015-10-06
I am looking to replace the sub in my car mounted in the back deck above the trunk (also 8 inch). Would this driver be a suitable candidate? It will be driven by an old sound stream mc 500 . The original driver uses the trunk as its enclosure
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Date published: 2015-04-30
What size enclosure do i need for a vented box? And also how big should the port hole be for the enclosure?
You can use a 2 Ft3 box with a port size of 3" by 12" long with a F3 of 23Hz.
Date published: 2015-04-01