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Dayton Audio SD215A-88 8" DVC Subwoofer
I'm considering using this speaker in an open baffle design along with your Subwoofer Crossover 8 Ohm 150 Hz 200W fed by an NAD C 316BEE. Knowing this is not 'idea', is there anything I should take into consideration with this approach?
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Date published: 2015-08-12
I plan to use each coil individually (two amp output channels into one driver), which presents an 8 ohm load to each amp output. What is the Le, Re, BL and sensitivity of the coils individually?
I have a 23l cabinet sealed with room for 2 8" drivers.If I wire them in series parallel ,will a 200w 8ohm plate amp be fine and is the internal volume OK?
Yes that plate amp will work well for the application. The volume will also work well for a pair of those.
Date published: 2015-07-02
I would like to run two of these with an mtx amp. I would like to bridge the amp but it can only handle 4 ohms bridged. Is this possible? If so how do I run the wiring?
You will have to wire the each set of coils in parallel and wire the two subwoofers together in series for an 8 ohm load.
Date published: 2015-06-10
I'd like to put this into a 5 speaker system in an antique radio cabinet. My thought is to run the lows from a pair of left & right 3-way crossovers into each coil. typical 3-way crossovers look to be in the 600-700Hz range. would this work?
Yes there would be no problems running it this way.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Hello! I have a box that I constructed that has approx 1 cu ft minus the driver volume. With two drivers sharing this box, 200wt RMS for each driver(parallel) should I polyfill it? Any idea the F3 of this config? It's In the trunk of a corolla. Thanks!
With 2 of the drivers in parallel in a 1 cubic foot box, it appears to tune to 62 Hz with minimal or no damping material. Adding any additional damping material will push the tuning up to 66-70 Hz depending on how much is added. Please contact our tech support if you require additional help with this question, email@example.com or 800-338-0531 x1.
Date published: 2015-05-01