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Dayton Audio RSS315HF-4 12" Reference HF Subwoofer 4 Ohm
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Will the RSS315HF-4 12" Reference HF be a suitable replacement for my driver from my Atlantic Technology 172 PBM. It is a sealed system with a 150 watt RMS Class G amp. The enclosure outer dimensions are 19.5" x 13" x 13.5". Primary use is home theater
Yes this will work in that volume without a problem. You may want to upgrade the power eventually, but 150 watts will work for decent output levels.
Date published: 2014-10-17
Would this subwoofer driver work in an older ported infinity bu2 subwoofer with a 100 watt amp? Not sure of enclosure measurements. Also looking at the classic subwoofer. Which would be better for my application?
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Date published: 2014-10-07
hi, with what passive radiator do you recommend to use with this speaker in a 3 cuf box? thanks.
The best PR option for this woofer in that volume would be the TC Sounds VMP 15". With 460 grams of weight added, the tuning frequency will be 27 Hz and the F3 will be 28 Hz.
Date published: 2014-10-06
How much volume in the cabinet is taken up by this woofer if mounted flush in 3/4 MDF?
When flush mounted in 3/4 MDF this would displace 0.114 cubic feet.
Date published: 2014-08-07
I am thinking about building a subwoofer using the Dayton RSS315HF- `12" subwoofer in a 2.0 cu-ft sealed type enclosure. My question is would it be best to use the Dayton SP-500 plate amplifier or would the BASH 500 plate amp be a better choice?
Headroom is always a good thing when it comes to subwoofers. I would recommend the Dayton for this reason, plus it also has a built in parametric EQ to help flatten room response problems.
Date published: 2014-06-20