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Dayton Audio RSS265HF-4 10" Reference HF Subwoofer 4 Ohm
I would like to place a sub woofer in the floor of my new house. I looked at how a sub was placed in between the floor joist and used a rectangular vent cut out in the middle of cone. Would this sub be a good candidate for this kind of application?
Yes this will work for that application although it will work best if mounted into a sealed enclosure below the floor. I would recommend 1 cubic foot for this model.
Date published: 2014-07-17
This sub calls for a 1.68 cu.ft box vented. My question is how how big of a port should I make? What about duel ports? How much +/- 1.68 cu. ft. can I go and still have it sound right? This is for home audio.
I would recommend a total gross volume of 2 cubic feet with a single 3" diameter dual flared port that is 17" long for a tuning frequency of 24 Hz.
Date published: 2014-05-05
I'm planning a 4 way system with a sub for the 30-100 Hz range with active cross over (200W/channel). The cabinet size of sealed 1.2-1.5 seems ideal. Is this the best choice or alternatives?
Yes this will work well, along with most 10" and a few 12" woofers that we offer in that volume.
Date published: 2014-04-29
going in a hatchback prius and i listen to mostly hip hop. What would be a good size box and tune for this? going for SQ mostly also will be fed with ~450wattsRMS@2ohms
I would only recommend a sealed enclosure for this woofer, especially if you are going after SQ. A 1 cubic foot box will allow this to play into the upper 20's without a problem.
Date published: 2014-04-02
If I used this sub in a 2.0 cubic ft. Ported Box. What size ports would I need and how long?
I would recommend a 3" diameter, 15" long dual flared port for a tuning frequency of 25 Hz and F3 of 24 Hz.
Date published: 2014-02-12
my 16 year old KLH ASW-10-120- just died. Amp fried. I am looking to upgrade using the cabinet only. would this be a good chose and then what amp and mods would I need to do if any? I believe the cabinet is about 1.3 cube ft
This volume would be ideal for most of our 10" subwoofers although I would recommend sealing the cabinet if it is not already. For the Reference HF model you can get away with our SPA250.
Date published: 2013-11-26