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Dayton Audio RSS210HO-8 8" Reference HO Subwoofer 8 ohm
What type of enclosure, amp and other parts would you recommend for this sub? My main system pumps out 100 watts per channel.
These will work well in small sealed or vented enclosures, I usually recommend sealed. We offer this with a knock down enclosure that is 0.75 cubic feet which you can see below. I would recommend the Dayton SA100 or Yung SD100-6 for this woofer.http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-8-reference-series-ho-subwoofer-and-cabinet-package--300-7090
Date published: 2014-08-18
Would this be a good replacement for a velodyne spl-r series 8"6ohm 1³ 2000 watt plate amp it has the same amp as the minivee by velodyne
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Date published: 2014-08-01
Would this be a suitable replacement for the subwoofer in a vintage Polk Audio RT3000p speaker?
As long as you use the model with the same impedance as the original woofers I see no reason this won't work. I would verify woofer dimensions before you commit, cabinet modifications may be required.
Date published: 2013-10-15
Is it more detailed sub than RSS210HF-4 8"?
The FR is up to 2kHz, Le/Re is the same as in RSS210HF-4 8". I'll have it working together with BG RD50 xover at 300Hz, critically damped (Qtc = 0.5) for better transient response. I'll have (2) of them in 3cu.ft. box per channel in parallel.In that case would it be at least as detailed as RSS210HF-4 8"?
I would say that subjectively it will be a very similar sound to the HF version. I personally like the HO a little better for this application so that is the way I would go myself.
Date published: 2013-10-21
Would this sub work well in a tube style (bazooka) enclosure?
There is no reason it won't as long as the enclosure volume and tuning are appropriate.
Date published: 2013-04-17