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Dynavox LW5004PMR 5-1/4" Woofer
In the specification sheet, it is stated that it's a 6 ohm impedance ... Is it a 6 or 8 ohm ?
With a DCR of 5 ohms, this could be considered either nominal impedance. Since the spec sheet states 6 ohms, this is the number I would trust and I will have our site updated.
Date published: 2015-01-19
Do y'all have a 5 1/4 BMW subwoofers
Unfortunately we do not have any flat or replacement BMW subwoofers available. We have many options that may work although they may require modifications in order to fit properly. Something like the Dayton below would be a good shallow choice.http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-nd140-4-5-1-4-aluminum-cone-midbass-driver-4-ohm--290-216
Date published: 2014-07-07
Thanks Doug76 and Big Mike
This one will be floor standing.I have double Dayton low range 5.5s now. The box is 8 inch wide front and back.12 inch to the back and 4 ft high.Ported at the bottom ,On 2 inch thick boards.It sounds good now but I blew a low range and i like to experiment anyway,So want this Dynavox 5.5 with the Dynavox tweeter.The Dayton LR is from the Tritrix kits.4 Ohms. <> What do you guys suggest? I would take pics but both my PVC five ft towers and the 4 ft boxes are unpainted.People generally like noisy furniture because looks are the main interest. I go for quality sound.
5.5" is not a "woofer", in my opinion. I assume you're using a seperate sub?
Date published: 2012-08-03
Dynavox High and low range
These are the two I want next >Dynavox TD2801XL 1-1/8" Silk Dome Tweeter(Dynavox TD2801XL 1-1/8Part # 275-200 AND >>Dynavox LW5004PMR 5-1/4" Woofer <<< Do you think I could make a two way speaker with those and still have decent low range? Then which two way crossover from this site? Or if I must add another 5.5 low range would the Dayton woofer match up OK with the Dynavox 5.5?
It sounds like you are building an efficient 2 way bookshelf speaker. I think you have good speakers picked out and a single woofer in the right box should give tight lows.PE has several passive crossovers that would work well.
Date published: 2013-03-16
A crossover for this speaker?
Do you have a crossover for this speaker and a tweeter you would recommend in about a 1.7 cuft enclosure? Tell me which ones to order if you can.
From it's response graph, looks like up to 3KHz would be fine. See graph here http://www.parts-express.com/pedocs/brochures/295-600-dynavox-lw5004pmr-514-inch-woofer-dynavox-lw5004pmr-specification-sheet-2.pdf
Date published: 2013-03-16
Where is the specification sheet with graphs?
At this time we have not been provided with a specification sheet for this driver. We do provide the Thiele-Small parameters, which will enable you to design a proper enclosure.
Date published: 2011-02-23