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Dayton Audio SD315A-88 12" DVC Subwoofer
I have 2 SD315A-88 drivers and 2 boxes @1.24 ft,(internal, empty) 3"X5" port tubes. Main speakers best above 250-300 Hz. dbx 223s and plenty of power available. I can seal the boxes if necessary, What would work best for pure music? For Movies?
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Date published: 2015-05-26
say i wanted to use this driver in a sealed tube shaped enclosure. i ran the t/s parameters through some speaker design software .it said roughly 1.5 cubic feet for a volume for a "normal" rectangular box. would this be the same in a 1/2 inch wall tube ?
Yes, the volumes will be the same regardless what shape the enclosure is, the shape has nothing to do with how the airspace interacts with the driver.
Date published: 2015-04-28
How well would a 0.85 cubic ft box work for one of these subs?
That volume will work well sealed, providing an F3 around 60 Hz and in room response into the 30's.
Date published: 2015-03-24
Thank you for your help. You have a very knowledgeable staff. Will this work well with the Dayton Audio SA100 100W Subwoofer Plate Amplifier in a 265 sq ft home theater?
That driver and amplifier combination will provide plenty of useful bass output in your space. If you need very loud bass (reference-level home theater playback), you may want to consider a more powerful driver and amplifier combo.
Date published: 2015-02-02
How well would these work on a 6x100W TDA7498 Class-D Amplifier Board, with 4 other 100 watt speakers wired, then this sub wired to the last 2 spots?
This should work perfectly fine.
Date published: 2014-12-11
i was wanting to put 4 of these in a suv. please advise on sealed or ported box and the size. thanks
I would recommend sticking with a sealed design for these woofers. A total volume of 3.8 cubic feet will provide an F3 of about 60 Hz, with in-car response into the low 30's.
Date published: 2014-12-04