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Dayton Audio RSS315HO-4 12" Reference HO Subwoofer 4 Ohm
What is the volume of this woofer's displacement that will need to be accounted for in box building?
.33 seems really small for this, but I plan on using it in my small hatchback. I have .50 cuft available in the predetermined location. An old Orion with 400 watts will push it. Will this work ?
Yes this will work fine in a larger enclosure.
Date published: 2014-11-18
I'm considering trying this sub with a rms 600watt @ 4 ohm amp and an enclosure about 0.7 cubic feet. My question: is this enough power for this rms 700 watt sub and will it make my amp overheat?
That will be plenty of power in that volume. The woofer will not cause the amp to overheat, it does not draw power from the amp. The amp will only overheat if the impedance load is lower than it is rated for, if it is ran hard for extended periods of time, or if it is defective in some way.
Date published: 2014-11-06
Would a 1.25 cu.ft. slotted port enclosure tuned to 33hz work well for this sub in an SUV for SQ or would a small sealed sound better?
That volume and tune will provide a little more output at lower frequencies. Sealed is generally regarded as "better sounding" so it depends on the sound you are going after.
Date published: 2014-08-25
Will these work in a bandpass and if so what would be the box specs. To run at 30-35hz
Unfortunately this driver is not well suited for a bandpass box. I would recommend a standard sealed or vented enclosure for this, around 0.5-0.75 sealed and about 1.5 vented, tuned to about 30 Hz.
Date published: 2014-08-13
Will these subs work in a ported truck box thats 1.03 cubes before displacment
These will work in ported volumes that small.
Date published: 2014-08-11