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Dayton Audio ST305-8 12" Series II Woofer
I changed my mind and want to put THESE 12s in my 1.65 cu. ft. box. What are the optimal port dimensions for this application?
I would recommend a 4" diameter, 10" long port for a tuning frequency of 40 Hz.
Date published: 2014-03-17
I need some help in replacing a blown woofer. I have Infinity SM122. Can you recommend a pair of woofers to replace my blown one. I would probably buy a pair and take out my good one so the pair match up.
Our best selling woofer for those speakers will be the Dayton DC300-8 which you can see below.http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-dc300-8-12-classic-woofer--295-320
Date published: 2014-03-15
Could you look up the specs to the old version of this woofer?
I bought these many years ago, same part number, but the box lists different specs, but only a few. Mine has a 67 oz magnet, 93.4 db sensitivity, 29-3000 response, Fs:29 Qts: .34 Vas:7.62 cuft I want to use them for an econowave project, but it seems like they won't go low enough
I cannot find anything older than 1997 when these woofers were new. Unfortunately the specs then are the same as they are now. Are you sure it was this model?
Date published: 2012-10-17
Enclosure for F3 ~30Hz
....or what is the most optimized enclosure size, type, vent length etc. for music?
I would go for a 2.5 to 3 cuft ported with two 3" ports 15" long. This puts your F3 at 40hz, but 30hz is only down 2-3 dB from 40hz. With room gain it should flaten out the response so you should end up with good authority to the mid 20's.
Date published: 2013-04-04