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Dayton Audio RSS390HF-4 15" Reference HF Subwoofer 4 Ohm
Can this subwoofer be used in an Infinite Baffle situation?
How would this work in a 4th order bandpass with a 2:1 ratio with 4 cubic feet ported and 2 cubic feet sealed with the ported section tuned to about 42hz and about 60 sq. inches of port area?
There are quite a few problems with this. The driver will work fine in a fourth order bandpass, but the volumes are different, that port area is far too large and the port length required for that type of tuning frequency is over 6 feet. The volumes recommended for this woofer are 3.6 sealed and 2.8 vented, with a 2" x 16" port that is 23" long. This will provide a tuning frequency of 34 and passband of 20-60 Hz.
Date published: 2015-03-10
Which one of your subwoofer speaker cabinets would you recommend? I'm looking to build a sealed up with either the dayton 250w or 500w amp. Would the Dayton Audio SWC3-VI work well?
Yes that would work well with this woofer, as well as any other 3.0 cubic foot enclosures we offer.
Date published: 2015-02-23
I have 2 Paradigm Servo 15 v1 enclosures with blown subs/amps. I am looking for a pair of replacement subs to put in these roughly 3.0 cubic foot boxes and run off an older Precedent 900a (590wpc @ 4 ohms; 775wpc @ 2 ohm). Would these be a good option?
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Date published: 2015-01-16
Wanting to build 5 cu ft downfire sealed would this work and what would you recommend for spacing from the floor
Yes this will work fine for that application. I would recommend 4-5" of spacing from the floor.
Date published: 2015-01-15
Hi, My youth group has two Mackie SRS1500 subwoofers with ~3 cu. ft. internal volume. Would these offer an improvement if I sealed the cabinet?
The Mackie subwoofer is a bandpass type design so sealing it up will result in virtually no output. The woofer that is in the enclosure will be the best option.
Date published: 2014-11-03