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Dayton Audio ST255-8 10" Series II Woofer
Hi, Im have combo TNT150 and my ext.spker is a 2 10" cab. At 4 0ms. How can i fix it to make it an 8 0m. Do the 16 om. 10" exist.
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Date published: 2015-02-23
I am looking at this driver to handle mid bass duty in a sealed 1 ft3 sealed enclosure. Need a flat response from 80-250hz. Is this a good option? Need high Qms. One of your comments this driver is not a good candidate for a sealed enclosure.
This will work fine in that range. Its not recommended for anything below about 60 Hz in a sealed enclosure, but from 80 and up you won't have any issues.
Date published: 2015-02-11
Will this woofer work well in a sealed enclousure? Im looking for a woofer replacement for my sealed home tower speaker cabinet..,, If not can you guys help me make the proper port for my cabinet in order to use this woofer? Thanks
This woofer will have very limited low end in a sealed enclosure and would work best ported. We will need to know the volume or dimensions of the cabinet in order to help with a proper port size.
Date published: 2014-12-16
I have a pair of cerwin vega dx3 speakers 1has a blown woofer they say 8 ohm 125 watts would this be the best choice for a replacement speaker and should i replace the woofer in both speakers or do you suggest something different. Thanks
These are a great replacement for those woofers. We do recommend replacing both, if one woofer is bad the other is probably not too far behind it.
Date published: 2014-11-24
OK thanks for the help. Just to be sure: I need the 3" dia port at 1 7/8" length and an extra 2" dia port at 1 7/8" length. Correct? Before I start drilling holes. :)
We have slightly mixed up answers since the port dimensions from the original question changed. You only need one port. A single 3" port that is 2.5" long will give you the proper tuning frequency.
Date published: 2014-10-09
Correction to my question. I re-measured and got about 32.75 h x 10 d x 11.75 w internal dimentions. The port is 3" x 4.75" long. If I cut the port to about 1.25" will this tune the box up to about 50 hz to match the woofer? Thanks
Cutting the port to 1.25 will bring the tuning up to about 55 Hz which is a bit too high for this woofer in that volume. I would recommend a length of 2.5" for a tuning frequency of about 48 Hz.
Date published: 2014-10-07