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Dayton Audio RSS265HF-4 10" Reference HF Subwoofer 4 Ohm
hi, recently im planning to make a sub by myself, and decided to use this woofer. i see that this driver handeling 350w and max 700w. is it good to match with spa250 sub woofer amp? coz this is a 250w@4ohm amp. does it enough power to drive up the woofer?
The SPA250 is a popular choice for this woofer.
Date published: 2015-11-11
Hi, i Am planning to build a box housing 4 of the dayton rs265hf, with a net internal volume of 6 cuft or 1.5cuft per driver sealed. Will this be too big? Wanted it to play low, accurate and musical, no need for maximum output.
The volume is large for the driver but this will not be a problem, especially with four drivers. You should still have plenty of output potential.
Date published: 2015-11-05
I am also considering a vented alignment, and you've recommended larger Vb like 2.4 CF with 3" port tuned to 21 Hz. That volume reduces max electrical power handling in the usable sub range. Are you trading off power handling to limit vent velocity?
The increased volume sacrifices power handling for a lower tune, more manageable port length and a smoother roll off. Ideally I would use a 4" diameter port here but that would be far too long to be practical. A dual flared port should help with most port noise.
Date published: 2015-11-02
I wanna use 2 of these subs in a 90 celica coupe. I'm aiming for SQ. What type and size box do you recommend?
These work well in about 0.5 cubes each sealed. For a lower Q and F3 you can bump that volume up to 0.75 cubes each.
Date published: 2015-09-28
looking to use this driver with the SPA500 in a home theater room that is 25x 25x8..what is the recommended vented volume used in a room that size? what dia port size should i use?
I would recommend 2.4 cubic feet total with a 3" diameter dual flared port that is 17" long for a tuning frequency of 21 Hz.
Date published: 2015-08-12
I am building a pair of tower speakers to play music in a large 48x48 foot garage. Each speaker will have a sealed bottom chamber with two RSS265HF-4 per side. A crown xls 2000 will run the subs only. What volume do you recommend for a pair of these 10's
A volume of 1-1.5 cubic feet will work well for a pair of these woofers.
Date published: 2015-08-04