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Eminence Beta-6A 6-1/2" High Power Midbass Midrange Woofer Speaker
I play bass guitar - onstage I have difficulty hearing my notes clearly and a mic stand type monitor would be a perfect solution. I don't need great bass tone, just clarity of notes being played - would this spkr do the job - also alpha 6a?
This driver will work well for an application like that. I would recommend an enclosure volume of 0.3 cubic feet with a 2.5" diameter, 3" long port for a tuning frequency of 90 Hz. A high pass filter may be required above 80 Hz if you want this to handle full RMS power.
Date published: 2014-08-12
What is exact mounting depth of this speaker? Planning on using four of these in my truck doors with baffles, will speaker reach 100hz because it is not being using in an exact sealed enclosure.
The mounting depth of this speaker is 2.7".
Date published: 2014-07-21
I am once again submitting a request: I would appreciate specs for a correction filter which provides a smooth response for this driver. I aim to employ the driver in a 2-way (with a tweeter), in a sealed enclosure, crossed over at 2.5kHz.
Unfortunately there is no such fixed filter for this type of thing. The frequency response of this driver is relatively smooth as is but will be affected by baffle step. This frequency will depend on the dimensions of the baffle, and the best way to create a filter will be to measure in the cabinet to see where the baffle step starts, and design a filter based on that.
Date published: 2014-06-24
Will these drivers fit into a 1997 acura integra, in the front low-freq speakers positions?
According to my reference the vehicle has 6-1/2" stock speakers, although the depth is limited to 2". These are 2.7" deep, so extensions may be required for the install.
Date published: 2014-04-21
What is the sensitivity?
Sensitivity is 94 dB 1W/1n. The spec sheet can be seen in the link below.www.parts-express.com/pedocs/brochures/290-662-eminence-speaker-beta-6a-brochure.pdf
Date published: 2014-10-02
What tweeter would work well with an Eminence Beta-6A 6-1/2" High Power Midbass Midrange Woofer Speaker?
This is going in a boat, in an open enviroment The speaker will be mounted on the side of the interior. The wall opens up right below the speaker so the isn't any enclosure. So my next question is should I enclose it? and how much air space does it need?Thanks to all
Any super tweeter will be a good match to this mid-bass. It does not have to be in an enclosure although you will get slightly more upper bass in a small vented enclosure. 0.35 cubic feet with a 3" diameter, 3.5" long port will tune the enclosure to about 100 Hz. I would recommend a high pass filter at 80 Hz to prevent over excursion at high power levels.
Date published: 2013-07-21